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