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We found out what some of Bath's heroes of yesteryear are up now. In the mid-to-late s silverware wasn't just a hope, it was an expectation for Bath Rugby. That's what happened in when, with the mercurial centre John Palmer as captain, Bath beat Wasps. At down and with their dead-eyed kicker and skipper Palmer too injured to place kick, they looked in serious trouble.
Tony Swift hit back with a try down the blind-side and David Trick took over the kicking duties — something he had not done seriously since his schooldays at Bryanston. It all came flooding back as he slotted three conversions and a penalty in a flawless display from the tee. Roger Spurrell, Richard Hill and Paul Simpson all crossed the whitewash and Balcombe's try for Wasps ended up being a consolation as the trophy headed West for the third season in a row.
Played times for Bath and was still playing national level rugby into his 50s. Dawe has been a consultant coach for Saracens and England under Eddie Jones. The year-old still has a farm near the Devon and Cornwall border. Spurrell led Bath to their first John Player Cup win in and played times for the club, leaving in October These days Spurrell owns a seafood restaurant specialising in lobster in Newquay Bay, called The Boathouse.
The year-old is also one of the first six inductees into Bath Rugby's Hall of Fame. On leaving the club he became director of rugby at Basingstoke and later worked for the RFU, coached England unders and does after-dinner speaking. The former prop is a full-time rugby coach, working as elite player development group coach for Bath Rugby Academy, as well as coaching at the University of Bath and Oldfield Old Boys. The England international and British Lion made appearances for Bath. Last year he returned to Clifton, Bristol, with his family, having been running an investment management business in Hong Kong.
After appearances and 87 tries, Hall was Bath Rugby's first director of rugby at the dawn of professionalism.