Bath bounce back to beat Glasgow

Bath came back from a first half 13-8 deficit against Glasgow Warriors at Firhill Arena in Glasgow to eventually run out 19-25 winners.

 

Bath not only won the match after trailing at half time but they also scored three tries in the second half which with Matt Banahan’s first half try earned them a four try bonus point.

 

The result means that Bath made it two from two against Glasgow.


Maddock, third highest try scorer in the Guinness Premiership at the moment, suffered a dislocated eye socket but made a recovery and his inclusion proved vital.


The 25-19 win keeps pressure on Pool 5 leaders Toulous but it took a try six minutes from time from Maddock to secure the victory.

 

Final Score Glasgow Warriors 19 (13) Bath 25 (8)

Scorers


Glasgow
Tries – Gregor
Con – Parks
Pen – Parks 3, Jackson


Bath
Tries – Banahan 2, Berne, Maddock
Con – James
Pen – James


Referee: Christophe Berdos (France)


Teams


Glasgow Warriors: B Stortoni; L Fa’atau, M Evans, A Henderson, T Evans; D Parks, C Gregor; J Va’a, F Thomson, M Low, T Barker, D Turner, K Brown, J Barclay, J Beattie


Replacements: E Milligan, K Tkachuk, O Palepoi, R Vernon, S Pinder, R Jackson, H O’Hare


Bath Rugby: N Abendanon; J Maddock, S Berne, E Fuimaono, M Banahan; B James, M Claassens; D Barnes, P Dixon, M Stevens, J Harrison, D Grewcock, A Beattie, M Lipman [capt], D Browne


Replacements: L Mears, D Bell, S Hooper, J Faamatuainu, S Bemand, A Crockett, J Cuthbert


 

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