Brew extends stay in Bath
NEWS: Wales international Aled Brew has extended his stay with Bath, the Premiership club revealed.
Having initially joined last season on a short-term contract, Brew quickly established himself as an integral member of Todd Blackadder's squad.
He is currently enjoying a rich run of form, having scored four tries in 11 appearances so far this season.
"I'm really enjoying my rugby again here at Bath, so I didn't hesitate to re-sign," the wing said.
"We're a close, ambitious squad, and there's a real hunger and drive to keep working hard and develop, both as a team and as individual players, which is a really powerful environment to be in."
Director of Rugby Blackadder added: "Aled has been fantastic for us. He brings a real energy to the squad, on and off the pitch, and he is so committed to everything he does.
He's got a lot of experience to draw on, but also still has a real appetite to learn and improve, which is a great attitude and exactly what we're looking for in our players."
The 31-year-old made his professional rugby debut with Ospreys in 2004 and had represented Dragons and Cardiff Blues in the past before switching to the Recreation Ground in 2016.