England international winger Semesa Rokuguni will be leaving Bath Rugby after the current Premiership season. It is the end of a 10-year tenure at the Rec.
Fiji-born, the 34-year-old flier has scored more than 70 tries in over 190 games for Blue, Black, and Whites since 2012, when he made his debut.
Rokoduguni has arranged his country and club commitments around the role of a British Army Lance Corpsoral.
He stated that he was “extremely proud” and “honored” to have played for the club.
“I'm also grateful for the support of the British Army and the opportunity to play professional rugby in Premiership.
“I've learned so much during my career here. I've also been blessed to have worked with so many great coaches, players, people.”
He was a star in 2014-15, scoring 10 tries to lead Bath to the Premiership final. He also played in 2015 Rugby World Cup for England.