Gavin Henson has signed for London Welsh, his fourth club in 18 months. The former Lions centre has another chance to revive his career.
Gavin Henson has been sacked by Cardiff Blues for 'totally unacceptable' behaviour on a team flight at the weekend.
Cardiff Blues' management will decide what action to take against Gavin Henson after drinking and 'inappropriate behaviour' on a plane.
Saracens are offering Bath fans the opportunity to get their money back if former Wales star Gavin Henson scores a point during the top of the table clash at Allianz Park on Sunday.
– Clare Jackson of Saracens Supporters Services
If Gavin Henson scores a point at Allianz Park this Sunday we will give Bath fans their money back – but you need to have a Bath postcode as your home address.
Footage has been released following reports of a fracas in a Bath pub, allegedly involving Wales International Gavin Henson.
Bath Rugby, which signed Henson last month, confirmed there was 'a minor incident in the city centre on Wednesday night involving a few members of the playing squad' and said it was investigating.
Bath Rugby is investigating reports of a fracas during a night out, allegedly involving Wales International Gavin Henson.
It has been reported that Henson, who joined the club last month, was punched during the incident in a city centre pub on Wednesday night.
A statement released by the club said: 'Bath Rugby can confirm there was a minor incident in the city centre on Wednesday night involving a few members of the playing squad.
'The club are investigating the matter as a priority and will only make a statement when further information is available.'
Avon and Somerset Police have confirmed they received a call but that no offences are being investigated as officers were not required to attend.
Henson's representatives could not be contacted earlier today.
Bath Rugby confirms it has signed Gavin Henson.
The 31-year-old will join the club from London Welsh in the summer.
"We know Gavin's qualities and have seen him work extremely hard for his team and perform at a consistently high level last season" says Head Coach Gary Gould.
"He is still a very ambitious man and the prospect of him playing at the Rec is an exciting one."
Gavin Henson is expected to be out of action for six weeks, after fracturing his cheekbone during a pre-season friendly for his new club London Welsh against the Scarlets on Saturday.
– London Welsh statement
London Welsh can confirm that Gavin Henson suffered a minor fracture to his cheekbone during London Welsh's pre-season friendly with the Scarlets at Parc y Scarlets on Saturday. It is anticipated that Gavin will return to full contact training in six weeks.
The 30-year-old centre was injured while being tackled by Deacon Manu in the first minute of the game, but played on until the 33rd minute, before being taken to hospital for X-rays.
The Aviva Premiership starts next weekend, with London Welsh facing Leicester on Sunday.
Gavin Henson has signed for newly-confirmed Aviva Premiership side London Welsh. The 30-year-old centre was sacked by Cardiff Blues in April after 'totally unacceptable' behaviour on a team flight.
London Welsh Head Coach Lyn Jones worked with Henson at the Ospreys between 2003 and 2008. Former Ospreys and Wales centre partner Sonny Parker is also a new teammate.
Jones said: "Gavin has a great talent but over the past three or four seasons he has not realised his full potential for a number of reasons that are well-documented. I sincerely hope and believe he can now draw a line under that period and move forward again with London Welsh."
Gavin Henson has been dropped as the face of a range of yoghurts aimed at children. The Wales international's deal with Nestle Chilled Dairy, the makers of Munch Bunch yoghurt, after getting drunk on a plane trip back from Glasgow.
A company spokesman said they "decided to terminate the contract in light of reports about his unacceptable behaviour."
Cardiff Blues cancelled Gavin Henson's contract after an 'incident' on a team flight. The former Wales centre apologised for 'drinking and behaving inappropriately' after the Blues' RaboDirect PRO12 defeat at Glasgow.
Former Wales international Adrian Hadley says that Gavin Henson's professional career hangs in the balance, after his latest indiscretion, and patchy form on the pitch.
Hamish Stuart, editor of Sporting Wales magazine, says that Gavin Henson has burned a lot of bridges in the rugby world now, and that - if he's serious about reviving his career again - he may have to drop down from the top level to find a club.