Gary Gold "sad" to see Tom Biggs go

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Bath director of rugby Gary Gold admits that everyone at the club is "sad" to see Tom Biggs leave.

Bath director of rugby Gary Gold has admitted that his side will miss winger Tom Biggs when he leaves the club at the end of Aviva Premiership season.

The 29-year-old will join his hometown club of Hull FC, having signed for Bath in 2010.

"Everyone loves having him around and he's a bit of a fan favourite. We are going to be worse off not having him around," Gold told BBC Radio Bristol.

"We're sad to see him go but in another way we're happy to see a guy fulfil an exciting dream and ambition."

Biggs started his career at Leeds Carnegie in 2004 before moving on to Newcastle Falcons and then Bath.

Tom Biggs of Bath poses for a portrait at the photocall held at Farleigh House on August 27, 2013
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