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OPINION: The United Rugby Championship should follow suit with the Gallagher Premiership and the Top14 in introducing a salary cap

What makes sport interesting? Close games, not knowing who’s going to win, the list goes on. Now this is both visible in the Gallagher Premiership and The Top 14. Every week you don’t know who could take home four or five points.  There is a drastic difference over the border from England, in Wales, Scotland […]


From Kyle Sinckler to Callum Sheedy – How the Bristol Bears players have fared on Six Nations duty so far

The Six Nations always has the potential to derail any side’s domestic campaign.  With the Gallagher Premiership season currently around the halfway point, losing key players to international duty at this stage has proved detrimental to several squads of years gone by. Additionally, with the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup contested at the dawn of the […]

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Scrapped relegation “doesn’t change anything” says George Skivington after Gloucester’s narrow defeat to Bristol Bears

Gloucester suffered their eighth loss of the season on Friday as they were narrowly defeated by Gallagher Premiership leaders Bristol Bears 18-17 at Kingsholm. The Cherry and White’s led 17-15 until a high tackle from lock Alex Craig in the 75th minute allowed Bears’ fly-half Ioan Lloyd to convert a penalty from 40 meters which […]


“We’ve sent a clear statement to the rest of Europe” – Bristol Bears fans react to historic Challenge Cup triumph

Friday night was a historic one for Bristol Bears, as the West Country side overcame Toulon 32-19 in France to claim their first-ever European trophy. Pat Lam’s side put in a typically aggressive, intense performance at the Stade Maurice-David , something that has been synonymous with the rising club since the Aucklander took over in […]


BREAKING: Bristol Bears podcaster Tony Cox claims the club will threaten the top level of rugby for “years to come”

Friday night saw the emergence of Bristol Bears as a European force, with the South West side beating established opponents Toulon to claim the Challenge Cup Trophy in France. Pat Lam has overseen a transformation of the Ashton Gate outfit during his three-year tenure, taking them from Championship obscurity to Champions Cup qualification, the height […]