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Bath Rugby are on the verge of signing a new contract extension with increasingly influential centre Max Ojomoh, according to The Rugby Paper.


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Ojomoh, 23, who made his 51st appearance for the club in last weekend’s 45-27 West Country derby win over Gloucester, has been flourishing so far during the 2023/24 season as displayed on Friday night as he made repeated linebreaks after being put through gaps by fly-half Finn Russell who he appears to have immediately sparked a strong partnership with.

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Ojomoh, who is predominantly an inside centre, has added a new string to his bow over the summer by growing his game to be able to play at outside centre as well, making him the perfect foil to either Ollie Lawrence or Cam Redpath in Bath’s talented young midfield.

Discussing Ojomoh with SomersetLive last month, Bath head of rugby Johann van Graan said: “We needed to make some decisions about where do we play him with Cam and Ollie in the squad and with plans to use Will Butt in the

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centre more, and the 13 jersey is going to be hotly contested. I have got the confidence now to pick him at 13.

“After tighthead, that 13 position is the most difficult, particularly defensively because you have got so many different things coming at you. We have got a very good defensive coach [JP Ferreira ] and he has been working on it with Max.”

The centre, who has also covered fly-half for Bath in the Premiership since making his senior debut four years ago, came through the club’s academy and is the son of former Blue, Black and White and England backrower Steve Ojomoh.

Bath’s new head of recruitment Rob Burgess will certainly be a busy man over the coming weeks with the likes of Sam Underhill, Will Stuart, last weekend’s player of the match Will Muir, Joe Cokanasiga and Tom de Glanville all understood to be out of contract at the end of the season.

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