Bath came away with a 31-25 win in a scrappy game against Gloucester in the Aviva Premiership this evening.
Despite being down to 14 men, Gloucester were able to reduce the hosts' advantage, Henry Trinder breaking the whitewash for a try.
Carl Fearns was shown a yellow card, making the match 14-a-side for 10 minutes, during which May and Biggs each added a try to keep the scores close heading into the final 15 minutes.
Neither side were able to add to the score board towards the end of the match, ensuring that Bath took the win. They sit seventh in the table.