City can officially reveal the arrival of striker Adam Mann after his move away from Evo-Stik Southern League East side Evesham United had been rumoured for some time.
It seemed as though the 26-year-old was on his way to newly-promoted Southern League South outfit Swindon Supermarine earlier this summer, but he has chosen to step up to the National League South with the Romans.
Mann was prolific for Evesham last season, scoring 24 goals in 44 matches to help the Robins to a play-off spot in Division One West.
He has previously played for the likes of Forest Green Rovers and Shortwood United and had been with Evesham for three and a half seasons, having originally joined on loan from Bath`s league rivals Gloucester City.
Bath have also signed 6`4” centre-back Robbie Cundy from Gloucester.
Cundy had trials with Kidderminster Harriers and Sutton United during the 2017/18 pre-season but signed on the dotted line for the Tigers in August 2017.
Cundy had been with Gloucester before, having appeared on loan for the club from Oxford United during the 2015/16 season, and during that time, he showed his quality in defence and was recognised with a league player of the month award.
Apart from Gloucester, the 21-year-old also had loan spells with Oxford City and Southport whilst on Oxford United`s books.