Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 September 2014

Henson can earn Bath fans a refund

Gavin Henson has failed to score a point in his first two Bath games

Saracens will give travelling Bath supporters a full refund on their match tickets for Sunday's Aviva Premiership clash at Allianz Park if Gavin Henson scores a point.

Henson has yet to score in two appearances since his summer move to Bath from London Welsh having come on as a first-half substitute at Newcastle and then started against Leicester.

Only fans with a Bath postcode as their home address are open to the offer.

"If Gavin Henson scores a point at Allianz Park this Sunday we will give Bath fans their money back," Clare Jackson of Saracens Supporters Services said.

"It really is that simple - if Gavin gets on the score sheet, Bath fans can travel back home this Sunday with a full refund."

Saracens top the Premiership table after securing a maximum 10 points from their opening two games of the season, while Bath have also posted two victories.

Sarries made a similar offer to Gloucester fans for their trip to Allianz Park last week with visiting supporters able to choose to get a refund based on the result.

A 44-12 win for Saracens meant that those who took up the offer and decided to take their money on a home win at least travelled back to the south west with the consolation of their money back.

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