The home side took a first minute 7-0 lead with a try from Kyle Eastmond and Tom Heathcote conversion. The home side then doubled their lead shortly afterwards when Tom Dunn peeled off the back of the driving maul to score, again Heathcote converted.
The Bath pack was in dominant form and were awarded a penalty try by the referee which Heathcote again converted.
Charlie Ingall went closest for the Jets just before the break but was halted just short of the line by Max Clark.
HT Bath United 21 Sale Jets 0
Straight after the game restarted The Jets infringed and Heathcote kicked the penalty.
On 50 minutes a well worked move by Bath saw Eastmond create space, he fed Olly Woodburn who then put Tom Briggs in for the try. Heathcote missed his conversion but nailed a penalty shortly afterwards to give the home side a 32-0 lead.
Bath United Lock Charlie Ewels scored Bath's fifth try after good work by Chris Cook. Heathcote converted 39-0.
The Jets never gave up though and scored tries through Juan Crous, Charlie Ingall and Tom Brady; Chris Johnson converted all three to add some respectability to the scoreline that ended
Bath United 39 Sale Jets 21