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Bath worked their way deep inside the Edinburgh half going through several phases before Tom Ellis crashed over from close range. Burns hit the post with the resulting conversion. Edinburgh reduced the gap to two points with the last kick of the half, as Jason Blaggott kept his composure to slot the penalty.
Edinburgh came out of the blocks strongly in the second half and applied the early pressure. The waves of attack paid off, as Chris Dean used the pick and go to good effect to put his side into the lead for the first time on the evening. As the game went into the last 15 minutes, Bath went from defence to attack. After a strong scrum, the ball was recycled to Jamie Roberts, who crashed through the Edinburgh defence in typical fashion to score a debut try.