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Last updated 17 May 2022
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Former Watford FC academy player signs for Power


Reece Bath returns to Australia after spending the last four years playing overseas in Spain and England to help push Power to the three-peat in 2022.

The former Watford FC Academy player also spent time playing with Spanish clubs, AD Merida and CD Guadiana.

Bath departed Brisbane at 17 years of age to join the Hornets ranks after playing in Queensland as a junior with Brisbane City, Sunshine Coast Wanderers, Narangba United, North Lakes Mustangs and our very own Peninsula Power.

Prior to signing in for AD Merida in Spain following his escapades at Vicarage Road, Bath trialled for La Liga club Levante UD, fourth division sides Club Deportivo Acero and UD Montijo as well as fifth division club C.F. Albuixech.

Now back in Australia, Bath can't wait to get stuck in with Peninsula Power.

“Due to COVID, it was time to come back to Australia.

"Signing for Peninsula Power was a no-brainer considering the quality and consistency the club has shown over the years."

Bath credits playing overseas to his professional development over the years, moulded by his experiences in Spain and England.

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Reece Bath in photoshoot for Watford FC.

"Being professional for four years has made me mature a lot more in my playing style.

"Things like knowing the correct movements and game management but the biggest one for me is keeping the game simple."

Senior Director of Football, Ben Ryan, is excited to have someone with Bath's experience overseas at a young age.

"Reece first trained with us a few years ago whilst in between things in Europe.

"When we heard he was back, we were keen to see him in training and he's impressed."

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