Final Weekend For Bath Rugby
Uniserve Group are looking forward to a major rugby match this Easter weekend, as Bath take on Exeter Chiefs in the final of the Anglo Welsh Cup Final.
The two West Country rivals lock horns on Good Friday, and as proud sponsors of Bath Rugby we are hoping the boys can return their first major honour in ten years.
The final was originally due to be played on 18th March, but was postponed due to a snow covered pitch at Gloucester, where the final takes place.
Bath were narrowly defeated 18-20 when the two teams met last week in the Aviva Premiership and Exeter are currently top of the table, with Bath now sitting in eight place. Therefore, its a big ask for our boys.
Nevertheless, we remain optimistic that an upset could be on the cards and are looking forward to a great game of rugby and seeing the Uniserve logo worn proudly by the team. The game will be screened live on BT Sport 2 and kicks off at 2.30pm.
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