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Callum Sheedy joins the 1,000-point club!

With his 18-point haul against Wasps in round two, Callum Sheedy has become just the eighth player in the club's history to score 1,000 first team points.

The fly-half scored one try, two conversions, two penalties and a drop goal at the Coventry Building Society Arena, with his 'full house' helping the Bears to a first away league victory over Wasps since April 2000.

Sheedy joins Mark Tainton, Alan Pearn, Dave Sorrell, Alan Morley, Gordon Cripps and Simon Hogg in the 1,000-point club, with eight tries, 258 conversions, 149 penalties and two drop goals making up his total.

The Welshman's full house against Wasps was only the third time a Bristol player has achieved the feat in a competitive game. The last player to do it was Adrian Jarvis against London Welsh in 2010. The last Bristol player to do so in the Premiership was South African Henry Honiball versus Bath in 2000. 

Stats courtesy of Club Statistician Neil Williams.


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