Team Bath Netball have missed out on a place in the Vitality Netball Superleague Grand Final.
The Blue and Gold were defeated in Saturday’s semi-final in Manchester, with a final score of 53-46.
A disappointing result for Bath but we can hold our heads high knowing that we pushed Thunder till the end and gave it our all
Bath Rugby have confirmed first team coach Neal Hatley will join the England set up at the end of the season as their scrum coach.
It’s been a real privilege to have been part of Bath Rugby these past four years.
I’d like to thank my fellow coaches, players and staff for an unforgettable time, during which this team has reached some new heights. I’ll also never forget how great the Bath supporters have been, and I’m hoping we can give them more reason to cheer with two games remaining this season.
I’d like to thank Bath Rugby for their understanding and allowing me to take up this fantastic opportunity. Being asked by Eddie Jones to be part of the national team’s coaching staff is a real honour, and a special moment for me and my family.
It's a very exciting time to be involved with this young England team and for the game in this country.
Hatley joined Bath in 2012 and is widely regarded as one of the best forward coaches in the game.
He's described the move as a real honour, and a special moment for him and my family.
He will join the England setup at the end of the season.
England Head Coach Eddie Jones described his arrival as an "important appointment" as the Grand Slam winners prepare for June's three-match tour of Australia.
We’re delighted to have brought Neal into the coaching team. Successful English rugby teams have always had strong, powerful, dominant scrums.
Neal is an experienced coach and has impressed me with the work he has done in English rugby.
I’ve no doubt he is the type of character who will thrive in an international environment.
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