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We're back for January with the PRA Q&A where Rugby Union stars answer your questions.
This month it was Bath prop and new PRA Chairman David Barnes who you grilled, and below is what he had to say, about Bath, Brian Ashton and Jennifer Aniston.
In February, we will have another guest to answer your questions.
David, What the hell is going on at Bath? Brilliant in the Heineken Cup but awful in the Guinness Premiership. How do you explain the contrast in your performances? Mrs Diana Denman, Taunton.
David says: Well it's difficult to say to be honest, we seem to have struggled in scoring tries at home but in the Heineken Cup it hasn't been a problem winning games. With last week's moral boasting win against Wasps hopefully things will turn around and we will start to gain some consistency in both tournaments. It would be good to move away from the relegation zone as quickly as possible.
Does the arrival of Brian Ashton at the Rec mean it is the end of the good old days of you and the Bath pack shoving everyone around in the mud? Some of us quite like our rugby like that, don't go giving the ball out to the girls in the backs all the time! Steve, Hinton Charterhouse.
David says: Well Brian has tried to bring a new philosophy to the club. Although there might still be times when there is some shoving around in the mud, we are attempting to play a more expansive game. As I mentioned before tries have been hard to come by and we are wanting to address that.
I'd be interested to know your opinions on the Premiership playoff issues. Bath, Gloucester and Leicester have all beaten Wasps past the post but then lost in the final. I know that "we all knew the rules at the start" but do you think the rules are wrong, and were you even a little bit bitter on the day you lost to Wasps? Greg Sharp.
David says: Well you're right Greg we all knew the rules at the start. I can only congratulate Wasps on three consecutive titles in a row. Possibly in the first year when they won, Gloucester where not properly prepared but the last two years for Bath and Leicester we have both known the title comes down to a final game. I do think that this system does allow for teams that commit a lot of players to international rugby time to catch up before the end of the season though.
Why do you think you have been consistently overlooked by England when you have been one of the most consistent performers as a prop for the past decade? Ian H, Oxford. Anon.
David says: Well I was involved with England A back in 1997. I have been unfortunate to play alongside to fantastic loose head props in my career, Jason Leonard and now Andrew Sheridan. However I will never give up hope that I will get a chance and Perry Freshwater is testament to age now not being a factor in selection.
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