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Flood touched down the Tigers’ third try of the game, after Anthony Allen and Tom Croft had crossed, to banish memories of England’s hellish day in Dublin as Richard Cockerill’s side stormed through to open up a 22-3 lead at the interval.
Croft and Flood doubled their try-tallies after the break, while Butch James kicked Bath’s only points in the crushing 37-6 defeat.
The victory opens up a slender two-point gap between Tigers and Saracens at the top of the Aviva Premiership, ahead of Sarries clash with Newcastle at Vicarage Road tomorrow.
Meanline, winger Ugo Monye posted a reminder of his talent with a hat-trick as Harlequins notched the biggest score of the day with a thumping 53-15 win over Gloucester.
Quins ended Gloucester’s 11-match unbeaten run in emphatic style with further tries from George Lowe, twice, and one each from Joe Gray and George Robson.
And two Armitage brothers were on the scoresheet as London Irish downed Exeter 39-17.
Steffon crossed twice after Delon opened the scoring, while David Paice added another and Tom Homer kicked 19 points to keep the Exiles within touching distance of third placed Gloucester.