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100% HOME RECORD BUT STILL CAN'T WIN THE FIRST HALF

By Ian Todd
April 18 2015

Bristol finished the regular home season with a 100% record and the umpteenth try-scoring bonus point.  But looked so far from a promotion winning side it was unbelievable.  The first half, in particular, was littered with errors and a defence that was scarcely worthy of the name.  The return of aimless and unchased kicks was especially unwelcome.  Credit to Jersey, who came to... More >

TEN TRY TRIUMPH

Bristol outscored Plymouth by ten tries to one to demonstrate why one side is top of the table and the other is rooted to the bottom.  Plymouth's relegation appeared to have b... More >

BRIS BREEZE BY BLUES

Bristol emerged comfortable winners, but there was an awful lot of very sloppy play and a surprising lack of urgency at times.  Bristol weren’t helped by a side that see... More >

SEASON TICKET 'CONSULTATION'

A very well attended meeting received clarification of some issues relating to how season cards will be implemented next season.  Those expecting a genuine consultation might ... More >

BRISTOL MAULE THEIR WAY TO VICTORY

Bristol broke a half century of points and scored eight tries in a fine victory over a side fighting for a place in the pray-offs.  For the first 15 minutes there was the same... More >

BRIS DO DONNY DOUBLE

Bristol notched up the points that secured a pray-off spot in an entertaining but error-strewn encounter at Castle Park.  The strange thing is we are back there again in a cou... More >

STATLER & WALDORF SILENCED IN HENSON SHOW

Bristol scored an impressive eight tries in a victory that was far less comfortable than the scoreline might suggest.  After racing into a 19 - 0 lead the defence fell apart t... More >

"BUNCH OF KIDS BEAT MULTI-MILLIONAIRES"

The comment from a Pirates supporter leaving the ground may have overstated the disparity in both age and financial rewards between the two sides, but it illustrated how this ... More >

NIGHTMARE START, FAIRYTALE ENDING

Bristol dashed the hopes of Yorkshire Carnegie with a last second conversion that made the final score 29 - 28.  The win took Bristol back to the top of the league, but it was... More >

A HAPPY NEW YEAR FOR BRIS

2015 started with a 55 - 18 victory in front of a record regular season Championship crowd of 10,701 (which represents over three-quarters of the total league attendence of one Pre... More >

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