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The Showdown at Shaftesbury Park

The Showdown at Shaftesbury Park

Bristol Bears Women and Dings Crusaders are set to host a festival of rugby at Shaftesbury Park, including three games and variety of community focused rugby activities throughout the day on Saturday, April 4th.

Posted: Wednesday, March 4th 2020

Loan watch: Dings back on track, Falcons down Hartpury

Loan watch: Dings back on track, Falcons down Hartpury

Seven Bristol Bears players were in loan action over the weekend, for GKIPA Championship side, Hartpury and National Two South outfit, Dings Crusaders.

Posted: Sunday, February 9th 2020

Loan watch: Hartpury overpowered by Ealing

Loan watch: Hartpury overpowered by Ealing

Four Bristol Bears players were in loan action over the weekend, as Tiff Eden, Jake Armstrong, John Hawkins and Sam Graham featured for Hartpury in the GKIPA Championship.

Posted: Sunday, February 2nd 2020

Loan watch: Ice cool Eden fires Pury, Dings suffer defeat

Loan watch: Ice cool Eden fires Pury, Dings suffer defeat

Six Bristol Bears players were in loan action over the weekend, starring for Dings Crusaders and Hartpury RFC.

Posted: Sunday, January 26th 2020

Loan watch: Defeats for Dings and Hartpury

Loan watch: Defeats for Dings and Hartpury

Four Bristol Bears players were in loan action over the weekend, as George Kloska, Blake Boyland, Sam Graham and Tyrese Johnson-Fisher all featured for Dings Crusaders, and Tiff Eden played for Hartpury.

Posted: Sunday, January 12th 2020

Loan watch: Quartet star in Dings victory

Loan watch: Quartet star in Dings victory

Five Bristol Bears players were in loan action over the weekend, as George Kloska, Blake Boyland, Sam Graham and James Dun and Ollie Dawe all featured.

Posted: Monday, January 6th 2020

Shaftesbury Park named as new home venue for Bristol Bears Women

Shaftesbury Park named as new home venue for Bristol Bears Women

Bristol Bears Women confirm home games for the upcoming Tyrrell’s Premier 15s season will be played at Shaftesbury Park.

Posted: Tuesday, August 7th 2018

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We've got to do it on the defensive end - Kapoulas

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Report: Bristol Flyers 73-84 London Lions
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Report: Bristol Flyers 73-84 London Lions

Bristol Flyers could not keep pace with a hot shooting London Lions team at the SGS WISE Campus.

Posted: Saturday, April 10th 2021 • Basketball