England and Bath flanker Sam Underhill has played the last rugby of this season, having picked up a season-ending injury in England camp.
The 21-year-old has ruptured the tendon under his big toe, an innocuous yet significant injury that sees his debut season as a first team regular for both Bath and England crulley curtailed.
Bath Director of rugby Todd Blackadder has described Underhill's time in the Premiership so far this year as "one of those seasons to forget".
Since arriving at Bath from the Ospreys, the England openside has suffered shoulder, head and toe injuries that have seen him feature only four times for Bath in the Aviva Premiership.
England will have to face the rest of their Six Nations without the young flanker, with Chris Robshaw, James Haskell and perhaps even Sam Simmonds in contention for the white seven jersey.
Bath will eagerly await the return of Springbok openside Francois Louw, who was nearing a return to fitness following a knee ligament injury, but has now suffered a groin strain that will keep the 57-times-capped international sidelined for an additional four-to-five weeks.