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By Ian Todd
May 29 2017

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BRIS HOLD ON FOR A SINGLE POINT DERBY VICTORY

Bristol, bottom of the league, on the back of a bad run, thumped in the last two games - up against B**h.  Obviously a 12 – 11 victory was the only possible outcome.&nbs... More >

What would you give for this?

A famous victory that ultimately proved in vain with Bristol relegated after a dismal performance against London Irish.  Even if B**h had finished the season rock bottom the c... More >

VARNDELL CLAIMS RECORD TRY BUT BRIS SURRENDER

A win would have seen Bristol off the bottom.  Instead a horrible 'performance', relieved only by Tom Varndell's 91st Premiership try, ensured that Bristol would remain stuck ... More >

GLOS SECOND HALF BLOWS AWAY BRIS

Bristol were in front at half time with Gloucester failing to trouble the scoreboard.  A vastly improved performance from the hosts in the second half took the game away f... More >

BRISTOL'S SEARCH FOR A WIN GOES ON

In the first Premiership derby for seven years Bristol came away with a losing bonus point and might even have claimed a draw at the very end.  Although Bristol were competiti... More >

NEW ERA, DIFFERENT STORY

A win at last for Bristol.  OK, so it wasn't in the Premiership, against a side that wasn't near full-strength and is notoriously poor on the road but it was a win.  And ... More >

NEW ERA, SAME STORY?

After a turbulent week for Bristol it was something of a surprise to find there was actually a game of rugby on Friday evening.  Yes, it was just the Anglo Welsh Cup and no, A... More >

BRISTOL SLUMP TO DERBY DEFEAT

It won't rate highly in the pantheon of derby matches with B**h, but it was the first competitive one in seven years.  Neither side had much to be happy with in terms of perfo... More >

BRIS CRASH TO ANOTHER HEAVY DEFEAT

Life in the Premiership doesn't get any easier with a home defeat to Exeter.  The opposition racked up another big score although it was a major improvement on last Sunday's l... More >