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RECORD WIN FOR BRIS
Bristol recorded their biggest ever win against Leicester in a game that saw the home side crush the visitors and prevent them scoring anything in the second half of a 41 - 10 victory.
BRIS BATTLE BACK BUT WASPS WIN
Bristol looked dead and buried in the clash with Wasps before a remarkable turnaround sparked by a hat-trick from Harry Thacker. Bristol came up just short, eventually losing 32 - 28 having been 32 - 7 down at one stage.
Premiership Rugby Cup
Wasps v Bristol, Sunday, November 11th at 3PM
Worcester Warriors v Bristol
Bristol take on Worcester in a game that will show both sides where they stand and might go a long way towards defining the season for both sides
THIRTY TWO UNANSWERED POINTS SEE BRIS FALL TO GLOS
Bristol lead another Premiership match at half time only for indiscipline and a tactical rethink by the hosts to see them swamped in a second half comeback. Bristol stuck to the current playing style that had seen a frustrated Gloucester limited to just a single penalty in the first period. However the powerful direct running of Polledri, in particular, got Gloucester over the gainline and Bristol gave away penalty after penalty at the breakdown and the hosts were able to take full advantage of the territory and possession to overwhelm what seemed a tactically naive visiting side.
Bristol v B**h
A first competitive outing for a controversially renamed Bristol against local rivals B**h. A full house, under the lights and on TV.
Club officials faced up to supporters who were like bears with a sore head when a previously arranged Q&A session was overshadowed by the controversial decision to call our club Bristol Bears
PROMOTION PARTY AT ASHTON GATE
An entertaining 60 - 10 win over Doncaster was a fitting precursor to the celebration of promotion achieved two games before season's end. It was also a fitting swansong for several crowd favourites.
BRIS BLIZZARD TOPPLES TITANS
In difficult conditions Bristol bounced back from a first league defeat to beat a Rotherham side that had suffered a cruel last second away loss to second place Ealing. A six-nil lead with all the territory and the wind behind them looked far from sufficient but Bristol took control of the second half and were deserved winners.
BRIS EDGE EALING
A victory by a single point saw Bristol open a gap over the hosts at the top of the league. Poor conditions saw both sides play excellent rugby but it was the visiting side that had just that bit more class particularly out wide and the bonus point win was well deserved.