BATH RUGBY Dunn and Stuart staying for another season

bath rugbyBath Rugby can confirm contract extensions for England international duo Tom Dunn and Will Stuart for the 2023/24 season.

They join new forwards Alfie Barbeary and Ted Hill, as well as British & Irish Lion fly-half Finn Russell and England centre Ollie Lawrence, in committing to the club for another term.


SW RUGBY Sinckler commits to Bristol Bears until 2024

Bristol Bears light logoEngland and British and Irish Lions tighthead Kyle Sinckler has signed a one-year extension to his deal at Bristol Bears.

The 52-cap front row forward, who joined from Harlequins in July 2020 and has made 38 appearances for the Bears, will remain at Ashton Gate until the end of the 2023/24 campaign.


Simmonds talks future plans... and Exeter at Bristol

Exeter Chiefs Master LogoSam Simmonds insists he wants to ‘go out with a bang’ in what will be his final season with the Exeter Chiefs.

The England and British Lions forward confirmed recently that he will be departing Sandy Park at the end of the season to take up a contract with French Top14 side, Montpellier.


RUGBY UNION Simmonds back in England frame

england rugby wideExeter's Sam Simmonds is back in Eddie Jones' 36-player England squad for a three-day training camp next weekend.
The squad will meet in Richmond on Sunday and train at Twickenham Stadium in preparation for four home Autumn Nations Series fixtures in November.


PREMIERSHIP RUGBY Bristol vs Bath now today

Premiership rugbylogoPremiership Rugby is united in paying tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II for an inspirational life of service and unparalleled contribution to the United Kingdom.

Following consultation with the RFU, DCMS and the PRL Board, Premiership Rugby yesterday confirmed as a mark of respect, the two Gallagher Premiership matches scheduled for last night - including Bristol versus Bath - would be postponed.


SOUTH WEST RUGBY All change for community game

winscombe vs clevedonThe 2022/2023 season will see the biggest change in 30 years to how community rugby is structured in the adult men’s game in England.

The new structure is intended to improve player retention and attract new players to an area of the game where research has indicated players are choosing to play less regularly.


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