Daniel joins Bath
July 5, 2003

Winger Brendon Daniel has become the latest player to leave Bristol Shoguns following their relegation from the Zurich Premiership.

The 25-year-old has become the 10th close-season signing for Bristol's west country rivals Bath, joining the likes of Isaac Feaunati, Duncan Bell and David Flatman at the Recreation Ground.

Daniel, who has represented New Zealand in sevens rugby, told the club's official website, www.bathrugby.co.uk: "I'm really excited about the new season and linking up with players of the calibre of Iain Balshaw and Matt Perry.

"I'm also looking forward to playing with Mike Catt to see if I can get on the inside of him and find some gaps.

"Bath have a good history and I'm looking forward to playing in the team. If I can play well for the club, hopefully the opportunity will arise to play international rugby."

Director of rugby Jack Rowell added: "Brendon Daniel has excellent credentials in the Zurich Premiership.

"He is an experienced campaigner who has proven himself as a top-class finisher. Brendon joins us with this capability, and also with something to prove both to the club and himself."

Daniel's former Bristol colleagues Andrew Higgins and Michael Lipman have already joined Bath as the Shoguns adjust to life outside the top flight.

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