I think he played the first 62 minutes and was replaced by Armitage.
Wikipedia has him still at Toulon.
To judge him on 62 minutes of a hellish evening in sunny Tyneside isn't quite fair.
Some turkey! Some neck! His pedigree and record, his youngish age indicates that Bristol really mean business and although it would be foolish not to recognise Newcastle as favourites to bounce straight back up, this signing along with Michael Tagicakibau proves two things.
One Bristol have the financial clout to attract players world wide capable of challenging in the Premiership. And secondly this is now a well run club with seriously ambitious and realistic objectives.
Put together it means Bristol are in business, thanks to our owner and the board. It should be a good season of entertaining rugby coming up!
Edited 5 time(s). Last edit at 10/08/2012 07:31 by WilliamBlessing.