Team Bath Netball. Saturday 4th March, 2023. Away game against Worcester’s Severn Stars in a Netball Super League West Country derby. 7pm. There have been a host of changes in both squads for the 2023 season, with Stars now under the leadership of player-coach Jo Trip. Former Blue & Gold mid-courter Jess Shaw is set to line up against her old team, while Team Bath include two ex-Stars players – Summer Artman and Bethan Dyke – in their 12-strong squad. If you can’t get to Worcester you catch the action live on the Sky Sports YouTube channel.
Bath Rugby. Saturday 4th March, 2023. AWAY. Leicester Tigers 48 V Bath RFC 27. Welford Road.
Bath were in a contest with Leicester for much of the match but the Tigers pulled ahead keeping their lead and made it a third Premiership win in a row. Alfie Griffin, Sam Underhill and Will Stuart all replaced due to injuries.
For Bath Matt Gallagher, Ben Spencer, Josh McNally, Fergus Lee-Warner scored tries, Ben Spencer converting two and kicking a penalty.
For Leicester Harry Potter, Handre Pollard, Julian Montoya (2), Hanro Liebenberg and Harry Wells scored their tries, with Pollard kicking 16 points off the tee.
Bath Ladies Rugby. 12th March, 2023. Away game V Reading Abbey.
Bath Saracens Rugby. Saturday 4th March, 2023. Away game. Warminster II 14 Bath Saracens 45.
A Counties 3 Tribute Dorset & Wilts Central fixture.
Bath City FC. Away game against Dover Athletic at their Crabble Athletic Ground on Saturday 4th March, 2023. 3pm. Dover 0 Bath City 0
City faced their longest trip of the season when they make the 194 mile journey to Dover Athletic and they picked up a point in a hard fought draw in this mid table clash. Bath City FC play in the Vanarama League South, the sixth tier of the English league system.
Bath City Women FC Home game at Twerton Park. Sunday 5th March. . Bath City W FC 2 Wellington Ladies 0.
Chelsea Giles’ strike from the corner of the box gave the Romans the lead before Bronnie Cranfield broke clear to slot home from Ali Diegutis’ through ball and seal the win.
Odd Down FC. Away game. Cheddar FC 1 Odd Down 2. The Down came out winners against the Cheesemen from Somerset. The team are in mid table of the Toolstation Western Football League while Cheddar are pushing for promotion.
The photo: Bath Rugby