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Bears Women's first two rounds selected for streaming

Bristol Bears Women’s opening two rounds of the 2021/22 Allianz Premier 15s season will be streamed free-to-air by the RFU.

Dave Ward’s side face back-to-back West Country derbies to kickstart their league campaign as they face Exeter Chiefs Women in the curtain-raising fixture on Saturday, September 4th (12pm KO) at Shaftesbury Park.

The following week the Bears will take a short trip up the M5 to take on Gloucester-Hartpury at the Alpas Arena on Saturday, September 11th (12pm KO).

The RFU have committed to streaming 40 free-to-air fixtures from throughout the AP15s season as well as producing high quality highlight packages from each round.

Regular commentators Nathan Middleton, Nick Heath and Johnnie Hammond will be joined by the likes of Kat Merchant, Danielle Waterman and Topsy Ojo who will form part of regular match day presentation teams throughout the campaign. Reporters Claire Thomas and Ashleigh Wilmot will continue their pitch side roles. 

Supporters can come and watch the action live from Shaftesbury Park on September 4th in what will be a mouthwatering derby against Exeter Chiefs to open the season. Adults can purchase a tickets online for £5, Under-19s and Over-65s can get a ticket for £3 and Under-12s for £1. 

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