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Friday 3rd May 13:01
Joe Maddock is moving back home to New Zealand after confirming his days as a professional rugby player are over.
Thursday 9th June 09:36
Saracens have completed the signing of experienced winger Joe Maddock from Italian club Treviso.
Monday 10th May 09:14
Popular Bath winger Joe Maddock has confirmed he will be leaving The Rec after the play-offs - with Italy his expected destination.
Tuesday 5th May 22:46
Harlequins flanker Chris Robshaw has been named Guinness Premiership player of the season.
Sunday 24th February 17:25
Bath bounced back from last Saturday's defeat to Wasps with a 34-15 bonus point victory over lowly Leeds.
Tuesday 22nd January 16:08
Joe Maddock has signed a new contract that commits him to Bath for two more years.
Tuesday 22nd January 11:40
Bath have insisted that Matt Stevens and Olly Barkley are not set to follow Steve Borthwick out of The Rec in the summer.
Friday 4th January 21:33
Bath beat Guinness Premiership leaders Gloucester 10-5 to close the gap to two points at the top of the table.
Thursday 27th April 10:04
Bath have handed Kiwi winger Joe Maddock a new two-year contract.
Saturday 8th April 16:55
Replacement Mark Easter scored a late try as Northampton claimed a 24-21 victory over Bath.
Saturday 3rd December 19:45
Bath edged a tight battle 21-12 to book a place in the Powergen Cup semi-finals.
Thursday 13th October 09:44
Frikkie Welsh has confirmed that his thigh injury is less serious than first feared.
Wednesday 7th September 17:47
Joe Maddock and Lee Best are struggling to be fit for the game against Northampton.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have exhilarating highs and deflating lows aplenty over the past seven days.
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