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Northampton Saints team named for Bath Rugby trip according to : Premiership Rugby

as informed in The Northampton Saints team has been named for Friday evening’s Aviva Premiership tie at Bath.
Ben Foden leads the team out once more, while among the replacements Charlie Clare, Api Ratuniyarawa, Calum Clark and James Wilson all join the match day 23 for a game that kicks off at 7:45pm, live on BT Sport.
There are two changes from the side that beat Scarlets in the final pool game of the Anglo-Welsh Cup both come in the pack, where Alex Waller and Teimana Harrison start.
NORTHAMPTON SAINTS TEAM TO PLAY BATH RUGBYAviva Premiership Rugby Round 14The RecFriday, February 10th, 2017Kick off 7:45pm15 Ahsee Tuala14 Ken Pisi13 Nafi Tuitavake12 Harry Mallinder11 Ben Foden (capt)10 Stephen Myler9 Nic Groom1 Alex Waller2 Mikey Haywood3 Kieran Brookes4 Michael Paterson5 Christian Day6 Jamie Gibson7 Teimana Harrison8 Sam Dickinson16 Charlie Clare17 Ethan Waller18 Paul Hill19 Api Ratuniyarawa20 Calum Clark21 Lee Dickson22 Rory Hutchinson23 James Wilson

Northampton Saints team named for Bath Rugby trip

referring to Keep up to date with all the latest local rugby and Bath Rugby news on the Bath Chronicle website.
Rhys Priestland scored the winning points with the last kick of the game as Bath Rugby secured a bonus-point victory against top four rivals Northampton Saints at the Rec.
A further penalty try ensured Bath were in control at the break, although three penalties from Stephen Myler kept Saints just about in touch.
But Bath were not done yet and just minutes after missing a kick from wide on the right, Priestland scored the winning penalty to earn his side a vital five points.
It looked like being an easy night for the hosts as tries from Paul Grant and Semesa Rokoduguni on his 100th appearance for the club put Todd Blackadder’s side in command.

Premiership: Bath Rugby 32 Northampton Saints 30

referring to The win ends a run of three straight Premiership defeats for Bath, while defeat ends Saints three-match league winning streak.
Rhys Priestland replaced regular fly-half George Ford who is with EnglandAviva Premiership Bath (19) 32 Tries: Grant, Rokoduguni, Penalty, Cook Cons: Priestland 3 Pens: Priestland 2 Northampton (9) 30 Tries: Foden, Ratuniyawara, Gibson Cons: Myler 3 Pens: Myler 3Rhys Priestland’s dramatic last-minute penalty earned Bath victory over Northampton Saints in a thrilling Premiership match at The Rec.
Northampton director of rugby Jim Mallinder:”I think Bath were the better team in the first half and put us under pressure.
Northampton Saints: Tuala; K.Pisi, Tuitavake, Mallinder, Foden (capt); Myler, Groom; A.Waller, Haywood, Brookes, Paterson, Day, Gibson, Harrison, Dickinson.
Bath: Homer; Rokoduguni, Clark, Tapuai, Wilson; Priestland (co-capt), Fotuali’i; Catt, Dunn, Lahiff, Stooke, Ewels, Ellis, Louw (co-capt), Grant.

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