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5 Clifton players in Premiership Shield action at Station Road

By Mike Barber

5 Clifton registered players were in action last night as Gloucester Rugby take 14-15 win over Bristol Bears at Station Road.

Clifton were represented on both sides of the West Country Premiership Shield clash as Gloucester sneaked a 14-15 win under floodlights at Station Road. Reece Dunn and Jacob Morris have been highly influential in Clifton's recent league campaign and the Gloucester Academy players were just as effective in last nights match, along with Tom Stanton and Alex Morgan. Dave Hill came off the bench for Bristol Bears as he looks to gain some competitive game time as the season draws to a close for Clifton.

Bristol Bears ‘A’ suffered late heartbreak as Todd Gleave’s last-gasp try snatched a dramatic victory for Gloucester United in Monday night’s Premiership Rugby Shield clash.

Bristol had led 14-0 midway through the first-half thanks to two tries in seven minutes from Reiss Cullen and Toby Fricker.

But Gloucester responded before the half was out with Gareth Denman and Louis Rees-Zammit touching down in quick succession to claw the Cherry and Whites back into it.

And Gleave struck the killer blow five minutes from time, applying the finishing touches to a maul in the left-hand corner to seal the points for Gloucester United.

Bristol Bears ‘A’: Chamberlain, Fricker, Welsh, Bedlow (cc), Cullen, Eden, Stirzaker; Jo Lay, Lindsay, Armstrong, Ehizode, Batley, J Capon, Heenan (cc), Lam. Replacements: Kloska, Dawe, Faletau, Hill, Jeffries, Pashley, Ascherl, McNab.

Gloucester United: Dunn, Morgan, Purdy, Reeves, Morris, Coetzer, Chapman; Traynor, Walker, Denman, Savage, Butler, Ludlow (c), Hinkley, Evans. Replacements: Gleave, McAllister, Seville, Safe, Mullis, Fenley, Stanton, Rees-Zammit.

Bristol Bears A: Tries: Cullen 17, Fricker 25. Cons: Eden 17, 25

Gloucester United: Tries: Denman 35, Rees-Zammit 37, Gleave 74

Updated 12:19 - 22 Apr 2019 by Wyn Tingley

Where next?

Colts County Final: Clifton vs Minchinhampton Support Your Colts @ Lockleaze Sports Centre, 7:45pm on Friday (5th)
Clifton beat Barnes 22-15 to move to 6th in the league Tries from Pomphery and brace from Lambert seal back to back wins as Clifton move up to 6th with 3 rounds to play.

Schedule
Sat 17 Aug
a
1st XV Pontypridd
Friendly 14:30
Thu 22 Aug
h
Friendly 19:30

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