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Semua studbooks ditutup. Apa artinya adalah hanya kuda berkembang biak yang bisa didaftarkan di studbook itu. Satu satunya pengecualian adalah individu peternakan lain yang dianggap dapat meningkatkan garis keturunan saat ini berkembang biak. Bath Rugby’s top 10 try scorers of the 2017/18 seasonWe’ve totted up all the tries in the Premiership, Champions Cup and Anglo Welsh Cup12:02, 14 MAY 2018Updated14:07, 14 MAY 2018(Clockwise from top left) Anthony Watson, Semesa Rokoduguni, Matt Banahan and Max Clark After the disappointments of being knocked out at the pool stage of the Champions Cup and losing to Exeter Chiefs in the Anglo Welsh Cup final, the Blue, Black and Whites managed to sneak into sixth place with two big wins against Gloucester and London Irish.A late flurry of tries saw them end up with 63 in the Premiership (the 7th best), 16 in the Champions Cup and 12 in the Anglo Welsh Cup.But who was the most prolific player for the 1st XV in 2017/18? Here are the top try scorers.10= Freddie Burns (1 Prem, 1 Anglo Welsh), Max Clark (2 Prem), Levi Douglas (2 Anglo Welsh), Kahn Fotuali’i (2 Prem), Rhys Priestland (2 Prem), Elliott Stooke (2 Prem), Ben Tapuai (1 Prem, 1 Anglo Welsh), Jack Wilson (1 Prem, 1 Anglo Welsh) 2 A large group of Bath players ended up with two tries. Bath also scored two penalty tries against Leicester Tigers in the Anglo Welsh Cup pool and against Benetton Rugby away in the Champions Cup.Everything we know so far about the new Premiership Rugby Cup Bath Rugby will play in next season5. Aled Brew (4 Prem, 1 Euro), Paul Grant (4 Prem, 1 Anglo Welsh), Jonathan Joseph (3 Prem, 2 Euro) 5 Players’ Player of the Year Brew was more prolific earlier in the season and ended a December to April drought against the Cherry and Whites.Grant’s pace and support play saw him end up with a decent haul from the back row considering he hardly played for the 1st XV once Taulupe Faletau returned from Six Nations duty.Joseph crossed five times before the Six Nations, then his season ended when he suffered a broken foot against Saracens in April.Alex Davies becomes latest Bath Rugby recruit as youngsters sign new deals2= Semesa Rokoduguni (7 Prem) and Zach Mercer (3 Prem, 3 Euro, 1 Anglo Welsh) 7 Rokoduguni stormed out of the blocks; scoring seven tries in seven Premiership games by the end of November.Had he played the whole season, the chances are he would have beaten Vereniki Goneva and Josh Adams’ 13 league tries, but he broke a shoulder against Exeter Chiefs on December 2, had surgery, and didn’t play again.Mercer was Bath’s top try scoring forward at the age of 20.