UK Armed Forces players conceded 12 tries against a very strong and hungry Bath development side at the Remembrance match.
UKAF, who only joined up as a team on Monday, shipped 12 tries, losing 76-0 in the annual Poppy Day fixture held over because of a washout last November.
The result belies the level of possession the forces players had and they came close to scoring, especially in the second half. Ten new caps were awarded to the military men.
The match was played in front of an excellent crowd of around 3,000 at the Rec, where Bath Rugby Club paid it respects to the fallen by painting giant poppies onto the pitch.