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Wales forward Luke Charteris will join Bath from Racing 92 at the end of the season.
The 6ft 9in second-row has 62 international caps and played in all five of Wales' matches at this year's World Cup.
"It is such an ambitious club, and that's a great atmosphere to be joining," Charteris said.
"There is some incredible talent in the squad and I'm really looking forward to heading over and getting started."
Charteris was also offered a deal by Cardiff Blues but the 32-year-old opted for a return to Bath, where his family have a house and he studied at university.
Bath head coach Mike Ford added: "He's a superb athlete at the set-piece and in the loose, has strong leadership qualities and a lot of experience that he can bring to the squad."
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Swansea City full back Neil Taylor has been named Asian footballer of the year for the second time at the Asian Football Awards.
Taylor beat off competition from Wolves captain Danny Batth and West Brom striker Adil Nabi to lift the title with judges praising his contribution towards Wales’ qualification for next summer’s European Championship finals in France.
Taylor, whose mother is from Kolkata in India said:
“It’s a great feeling to win this award. I am pleased to be here tonight to pick it up, it means a lot to me. Hopefully Asian football flourishes throughout the years.
“My advice to any young aspiring player is to sacrifice. You have to be willing to sacrifice and follow your own path of where you want go, where you want to be and what you want to achieve. You also need to have people who are willing to go on that journey with you.
“Whatever background you are from, it doesn't matter. You can make it to the top. Hopefully this can inspire the next generation of footballers.”
Former Swansea midfielder Shaun MacDonald says his current side Bournemouth have the beating of Garry Monk's men, as they prepare to travel to south Wales tomorrow.
The Welshman spent six years with City and says he's well aware of what a good side they are, despite both clubs struggling at the wrong end of the Premier League table.
I have a lot of friends who are season tickets holders at Swansea and a lot of my family are too. We will probably have a bit of banter but this is my job. We have to go and get the job done. We know what kind of football they play and we have to go with a game plan and hopefully come away the win.
Full time and the Cardiff Blues lost 20 - 32 in tonight's European Challenge Cup match against the Harlequins.
Blues look to regroup after the shuddering blow of two away tries in two minutes. Tom James into the action with a strong run
Try for Blues!! Huge forward pressure from the lineout and the referee awards a penalty try! J Evans with the conversion. 13-25
Cardiff Blues currently take the lead 6-3 against the Harlequins in tonight's European Challenge Cup match.
A minute's applause was also held to pay tribute to former Blues player and New Zealand international Jonah Lomu who died at the age of 40.
7m Patchell pen Cardiff Blues 3 Harlequins 0
13m Patchell penalty Cardiff Blues 6 Harlequins 0