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  • Baskervilles Gym Easter Activities

    Baskervilles Gym Easter Activities

    Today

    There is lots of fun to be had this Easter at Baskervilles Gymnastics.

    Lansdown Bath Car Boot Sale

    Lansdown Bath Car Boot Sale

    Today

    Visit the Bath Lansdown car boot sale on Sunday's & Bank Holiday Monday's at the Bath Racecourse in Lansdown.

    Yogalates

    Yogalates

    22/04/2014

    A brilliant Yogalates class for adults which takes place in the Baskervilles Gym Studio!

    Somewhere over the rainbow

    Somewhere over the rainbow

    25/04/2014

    Have you ever been to a wine tasting evening before?

    Try kayaking and conoeing

    Try kayaking and conoeing

    26/04/2014

    Try Kayaking for free in April

    Car Boot Sale

    Car Boot Sale

    27/04/2014

    A fun day out for the family at Castle Combe Circuit car boot sale. Caste Combe is a very pretty village 12 miles from Bath.

    Your Bath - The City Conference

    Your Bath - The City Conference

    30/04/2014

    The aim of the day is to engage with the people of Bath - whether they live in, work in, or visit the City

    Cake sale;Tombola & Guess the Name of the Giant Panda!

    Cake sale;Tombola & Guess the Name of the Giant Panda!

    02/05/2014

    Help raise funds for The Forever Friends Campaign to build a new Cancer Care Centre for the RUH

    Larkhall Festival

    Larkhall Festival

    03/05/2014

    Larkhall Festival 3rd-5th May 2014 - Great entertainment for all the family.

    Evening of Celebration at The Orangery Laser and Beauty Clinic

    Evening of Celebration at The Orangery Laser and Beauty Clinic

    08/05/2014

    Your invitation to an Evening of Celebration at The Orangery Laser and Beauty Clinic

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    BCFC_SC: ON THIS DAY: (14/4/2007) Southern Prem - Bath City 2-1 Maidenhead Utd. Goals - Edwards & Paul. Att - 923. #Romans http://t.co/RPYbokRm2L 132 hours ago
    lindasideja: Mmmmmmmmm absolutely love the nandos in larkhall went with Sophie clews sooo good best place on earth 132 hours ago
    nje9210: Buzzing for bath rugby tonight 133 hours ago
    Buster_Sparks: RT @ParagonBath: Get yourself to the Rec this evening to cheer our U11 rugby team on against Bath Rugby U11. Kick off 5.45! Go Paragon! 134 hours ago
    LookBath: Ex-England hooker Brian Moore says referee Tim Wigglesworth not to blame for Gloucester v Bath Rugby bra... http://t.co/WFxrev7RrB #bath 135 hours ago
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  • Bath Garden Design and Landscaping

    Unique garden service for the Bath area

  • Ashman Jones Vets

    A quick tour

  • recommend a business

    Every business on thebestof is recommended by local people just like you...

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  • what local people say...

    Gemelli's Beauty

    Sonia D said about: Gemelli's Beauty

    5 Stars

    Gemini is very friendly, she makes you feel at ease and her prices are the best I found in Bath for a better service....

    Added April 2014

    Mardan Removals & Storage

    Anthony M said about: Mardan Removals & Storage

    5 Stars

    Could not fault the service from Mardan Removals and helpfulness of men. Took a lot of stress out of moving....

    Added April 2014

    Bobby Mak

    Anita C said about: Bobby Mak

    5 Stars

    Bobby Mak: Excellent service, friendly staff, relaxed and informal yet efficient too!...

    Added April 2014

  • About thebestof Bath

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  • Bath Rugby

    A sell-out crowd at the Rec was kept enthralled until the final minute as Bath Rugby overcame a never-say-die Worcester Warriors 32-20.

    Worcester looked dangerous from the outset, with wing Josh Drauniniu threatening to break loose from the opening whistle. In the 10th minute, Drauniniu made good on those threats when he sidestepped through the defence in Bath's 22 to score the first try of the match. Lamb missed with the conversion. 0-5.

    A penalty to Bath inside their own half saw George Ford put in a tremendously accurate kick to touch after 20 minutes of play, giving the home side a lineout only metres from the Worcester line. Bath won the ball and recycled it quickly, and following two phases from the forwards, Micky Young ghosted through to get Bath back in the game. The simple conversion was made by Ford, and Bath now had a slender two-point lead. 5-7.

    Four minutes had gone by when solid work from Stuart Hooper and Matt Garvey set Ford on a run into the Worcester 22, where the fly-half threw a basketball pass to Horacio Agulla, who cut back inside to score Bath's second try. Ford converted to take his team nine points clear. 14-5.

    Warriors openside Sam Betty was yellow-carded three minutes from time for taking out Agulla in the air. Bath capitalized on Worcester's loss, with their best phase of attack coming in the 40th minute. Matt Banahan was hauled down two feet from the Worcester line. As the ball was sent out wide, Ford received it in front of the posts. He feigned to pass back inside to the left, flummoxing the defence sufficiently to allow Nick Abendanon on the right to carve a line through to score. The conversion was unsuccessful, but Bath had struck a telling blow at a vital juncture.

    Half time: Bath Rugby 19 – Worcester Warriors 5

    Inside ten minutes of the second half, a relentless showing at the scrum by Bath earned the home side a penalty shot at goal, which Ford struck well from inside the Worcester 10m to notch up a further three points. 22-5.

    Shortly after the hour, Warriors were themselves able to profit from an opposition player's sin-binning. With Ford shown a yellow card for a reckless tackle, Worcester were in prime position with a scrum on Bath's 5m and when the ball was shipped out it took little time for inside centre Andy Symons to score a short-range effort. Fullback Chris Pennell converted. 22-12.

    Bath's lead was further reduced when, with 18 minutes left to play, they were penalized for a side entry at the ruck. Pennell stepped up to kick the three points. 22-15. Gavin Henson, on for Ford, soon cancelled out Pennell's effort when Worcester were penalised in front of their posts. 25-15.

    Worcester struck back instantly with aplomb, attacking upfield and creating the space for Pennell to score down the left wing. He failed to convert his own try, but nonetheless, they now trailed Bath by only five points and a Warriors comeback seemed well and truly on. 25-20.

    In fact, it appeared to be all Worcester until the 77th minute, when Matt Banahan scored after a patient build-up from Bath's forwards. The try and subsequent conversion from Ford served to ease the nerve-wracked home crowd and gave Bath a crucial try bonus point. 32-20.

    Full time: Bath Rugby 32 – Worcester Warriors 20


    19-04-2014 18:06:51

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