Lam Ecstatic With Team Performance
Lam Ecstatic With Team Performance

Head coach Pat Lam reflects on a memorable European victory for Bristol Bears, with a 13-3 victory over La Rochelle.

A brief glimpse into the past

Tigers Classic | Courage League: Leicester Tigers v Bristol Rugby [1995]
Tigers Classic | Courage League: Leicester Tigers v Bristol Rugby [1995]

Leicester Tigers take on Bristol Rugby in the final fixture of the 1994/95 season at Welford Road, with a chance for the home side - captained by Dean Richards ...

🍒 ⏮ | 1️⃣8️⃣ 6️⃣4️⃣ | 🍒 Try! That’s the bonus point! Concerted pressure results in @edslater powering over from close range. 🍒 27 – 13 🐻 #GloucesterRugbyRewind 📺

🍒 ⏮ | 1️⃣8️⃣ 4️⃣9️⃣ | 🍒 Try! The catch and drive is held out, but slick hands from Twelvetrees and Cipriani put @CharlieSharples under the posts! 🍒 15 – 13 🐻 #GloucesterRugbyRewind 📺

🍒 ⏮ | 1️⃣8️⃣ 4️⃣8️⃣ | Yellow card The penalty count against the visitors is rising and referee Foley loses patience when George Smith kills the ball near his own line. The flanker is sent to the sinbin. 🍒 10 – 13 🐻 #GloucesterRugbyRewind 📺

🍒 ⏮ | 1️⃣8️⃣ 4️⃣1️⃣ | 🍒 TRY!!! A wonderful line from @LewisLudlow94 to within 5 metres of the Bristol line. Polledri carries it on but it’s @Gerbrandt69 who muscles his way over from close range. 🍒 8 – 13 🐻 #GloucesterRugbyRewind 📺

🍒 ⏮ | 1️⃣8️⃣ 3️⃣4️⃣ | TMO Check Polledri hits over the line to score. But it goes to the TMO who doesn’t agree. No Try - but another penalty. Still no card though? 🤔 🍒 3 – 13 🐻 #GloucesterRugbyRewind 📺

🍒 ⏮ | 1️⃣8️⃣ 1️⃣6️⃣ | 🐻 Try! Madigan dinks the ball in behind, Luatua collects and flicks the ball back inside to Morahan who runs in to score. Madigan converts. 🍒 3 – 10 🐻 #GloucesterRugbyRewind 📺

🍒 ⏮ | 1️⃣8️⃣ 🔟 | Penalty Ian Madigan puts a simple penalty over from in front of the posts to level the scores. 🍒 3 – 3 🐻 #GloucesterRugbyRewind 📺

Team, Place & City Details

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