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Bath Rugby to start Aviva Premiership season at Worcester Warriors

By This is Bath  |  Posted: July 04, 2012

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Bath Rugby will start the new season at Worcester Warriors

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Bath Rugby will begin their 2012/13 Aviva Premiership season with a trip to Worcester Warriors.

The club will head to Sixways for the opening round of fixtures over the weekend of September 1 and 2, before hosting London Wasps seven days later in the first home game at the Rec.

New head coach Gary Gold told the club's website: "It's an interesting opening few weeks for us, and one that holds plenty of challenges.

"We saw last season just how competitive the Aviva Premiership is now, and the standard just keeps getting higher each year.

"We're putting a lot of hard work into pre-season to enable us to hit the ground running, and as a squad we will certainly be doing all we can to make a positive start to the league season, to set us up with some winning momentum throughout."

Bath will make the short trip to Gloucester Rugby on October 6, before hosting the return fixture on March 2, 2013.

Gold's men will host Exeter Chiefs on October 27, and play at Sandy Park on December 29.

September 2012

September 1... Worcester A

September 8... London Wasps H

September 15... Northampton H

September 22... London Irish A

September 29... Sale H

October 2012

October 6... Gloucester A

October 27... Exeter H

November 2012

November 3... London Welsh A

November 24... Harlequins H

December 2012

December 1... Leicester A

December 22... Saracens H

December 29... Exeter A

January 2013

January 5... London Wasps A

February 2013

February 9...Worcester H

February 16... London Irish H

February 23... Northampton A

March 2013

March 2... Gloucester H

March 23... Sale A

March 30... London Welsh H

April 2013

April 13... Harlequins A

April 20... Leicester H

May 2013

May 4... Saracens A

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