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Another Bath fixture called off

NEWS: Bath’s Premiership match at London Irish on Monday has been called off after the club returned more positive Covid-19 test results.


It follows the cancellation of Bath’s Premiership Rugby Cup game against Exeter on Wednesday after a significant number of players were ruled out.

A Premiership Rugby spokesperson said: “Our priority is the health and safety of everyone involved with Bath Rugby and London Irish so the decision has been made to cancel the match.

“We will give the clubs any support they need and wish everyone affected a full and speedy recovery.

“Neither Premiership Rugby nor the club will be naming any of the players or staff involved and we’d ask everyone to respect their privacy.”

A Premiership Rugby panel will now be convened to determine the allocation of points from the fixture at the Brentford Community Stadium.

A statement from Bath said: “Following the cancellation of our Premiership Rugby Cup fixture against Exeter Chiefs earlier this week, we are sorry to share that our Premiership game against London Irish on Monday 3rd of January at Brentford Community Stadium can no longer go ahead safely.


“We are sorry to share this news today and wish you all a happy and healthy New Year.”

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