Fresh from England’s debate to New Zealand this summer, where he scored a try from a wing in a mid-week diversion opposite a Crusaders, Watson got off to a drifting start this season, scoring opposite Sale Sharks within a notation of kick-off.
“Last deteriorate was good for me in many ways – from removing unchanging initial group rugby in a winning team, to being called adult to debate with England this summer – and we know that a vast partial of a reason I’ve managed to do all that is due to my pierce to Bath. The Club has a illusory joining to building immature players and creation them a best they can be.
“The whole sourroundings here is about operative tough to make improvements each day, focusing on what we can all do to rise a diversion for a larger good of a team, and that has unequivocally helped me pull on. I’ve unequivocally enjoyed my time here during Bath so far, so we was unequivocally vehement to extend my contract, and we can’t wait to play my partial as we set about achieving a aims.”
Pacey and indeterminate in attack, clever and secure in defence, 20 year aged Watson fast determined himself in a Bath Rugby starting line-up, creation 29 appearances in sum via a season, scoring 5 tries, and setting-up many more.
He arrived during Bath carrying carried a 2013 IRB Junior World Championship trophy, along with new teammates David Sisi and Ollie Devoto, and brazen of being comparison for a patrol for a 2014 RBS 6 Nations, he noted his England Saxons entrance opposite a Irish Wolfhounds with a long-range interception try.
Bath Head Coach, Mike Ford, believes a best is nonetheless to come from Watson.
“Anthony is an implausible talent, and we’re apparently gay he’s staying with us. we consider what is many sparkling for us as coaches is that he’s still immature and still has so most intensity to get better. He has a genuine healthy ability on a field, and that will usually turn some-more finely tuned as he gets some-more experience.
“He’s a kind of actor that we wish to watch, that will constantly perplex defences as they don’t know what he’s going to do next, and we’re all looking brazen to operative with him and assisting him swell in his career.”
Bath Rugby can also endorse that loosehead column Beno Obano has assimilated a Academy on a one-year contract.
The 19-year-old, a former tyro of Dulwich College who was formerly a member of a Wasps Academy, tender during his spell with Bath United final season.
“Beno is an impossibly clever column who can move an corner to a brazen play,” pronounced Academy Director Danny Grewcock. “We’re building a unequivocally sparkling Academy squad, and he will be a pivotal actor this season.”
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