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Plymouth Albion vs Bristol Rugby

MATCH DAY OVERVIEWPlymouth Albion vs Bristol Rugby

Bristol Rugby

Last 3 matches
07/08/14 Bristol Rugby 19-34 Newport Gwent Dragons
22/08/14 Bristol Rugby 26-27 London Irish
26/08/14 Bristol Rugby 70-21 Clifton RFC

 

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Plymouth Albion Plymouth Albion

Last 3 matches
10/08/14 Plymouth Albion 55-3 Launceston
16/08/14 Plymouth Albion 34-7 Neath
23/08/14 Plymouth Albion 34-26 Hartpury College

 

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Played 0
Wins 0
Losses 0
Draws 0
Average Pts Per Game 0
Biggest Win 0
Heaviest Defeat 0

 

Head 2 Head

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0 Tries 0
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0 Penalties 0
0 Drop Goals 0
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MATCH DAY PREVIEWPlymouth Albion vs Bristol Rugby

Craig Hampson clears his lines in training

Bristol Rugby round off their pre-season campaign with a visit to Plymouth Albion on Saturday (3pm KO).

Andy Robinson selects a 26-man squad for the Brickfields clash, as flanker Ross Rennie skippers the side for the first time.

Darren Hudson starts at full back, while Ryan Edwards – who bagged a hat-trick against Clifton – retains his place on the wing.

In the pack, Max Crumpton is named at hooker, while Ben Glynn also returns to the starting line-up.

Josh Ovens (unattached) is included among the replacements having returned to action on Tuesday.

Bristol Rugby team to face Plymouth Albion at Brickfields on Saturday, 30 August (3pm KO):

Darren Hudson; Ryan Edwards, Jack Tovey, Luke Eves, Charlie Amesbury; Adrian Jarvis, Craig Hampson; Kyle Traynor, Max Crumpton, James Hall, Ben Glynn, Glen Townson, Marco Mama, Ross Rennie (c), Ben Skirving.

Replacements: Ross Johnston, Jack O’Connell, Gaston Cortes, Joe Joyce, Olly Robinson, Ellis Genge, Luke Baldwin, Mark Cooke, Callum Sheedy, Auguy Slowik, Josh Ovens.

Team Line-up

Bristol Rugby

No. Name
1 Kyle Traynor
2 Max Crumpton
3 James Hall
4 Ben Glynn
5 Glen Townson
6 Marco Mama
7 Ross Rennie (c)
8 Ben Skirving
9 Craig Hampson
10 Adrian Jarvis
11 Charlie Amesbury
12 Luke Eves
13 Jack Tovey
14 Ryan Edwards
15 Darren Hudson
16 Ross Johnston
17 Jack O'Connell
18 Gaston Cortes
19 Joe Joyce
20 Olly Robinson
21 Ellis Genge
22 Luke Baldwin
23 Mark Cooke
24 Callum Sheedy
25 Auguy Slowik
26 Josh Ovens

 

MATCH DAY REPORTPlymouth Albion vs Bristol Rugby

Bristol Rugby 46-17 Plymouth Albion

Bristol Rugby rounded off their pre-season preparations with a convincing 46-17 defeat of Plymouth Albion on Saturday.

Ryan Edwards grabbed his second hat-trick in the space of five days, while Ross Rennie, Charlie Amesbury, Craig Hampson and Max Crumpton also touched down, while referee Simon Harding awarded a second half penalty try.

The home side went in front inside the opening five minutes as Eoghan Grace spotted a gap to run in for a converted try from close range.

Bristol responded almost immediately when Ryan Edwards collected Charlie Amesbury’s pass to skip over in the corner, although Jarvis couldn’t add the extras.

After Craig Hampson had crossed for his first try in Bristol colours, the winger added a second to stretch Bristol’s lead to 7-17 when he reacted fastest to a grubber kick through to dab down.

And the visitors pushed further ahead when Max Crumpton rounded off a superb team attack to touch down in the corner after a spell of pressure.

Ross Rennie notched Bristol’s fifth try in the opening forty minutes, rumbling over from a driving lineout, while Jarvis directed his conversion attempt wide of the upright.

Andy Robinson made six changes at half-time, but the procession of tries continued as referee Simon Harding awarded a penalty try soon after the restart.

But Plymouth hit back courtesy of Lawrence Raynor’s opportunist try. The fly half capitalized on Peter Homan’s break to cross in the corner, although he couldn’t convert his effort.

And the hosts reduced arrears again when Tom Jubb fended off a handful of defenders to muscle his way over for an unconverted try, moving the score to 17-34.

Bristol surpassed forty points when Ryan Edwards completed his second hat-trick in as many games, showing superb acceleration to leave two red shirts in his wake and touch down.

In the dying moments, Charlie Amesbury rounded off the scoring, touching down for Bristol’s eighth of the afternoon.

Plymouth Albion:

Ben Foley; Lewis Warner, Toby Howley-Berridge, Ben Woods, Peter Homan; Lawrence Rayner, Jimmy Williams; Tom Fidler, Ted Stagg, Andrew Tiedemann, Neale Patrick, Tom Jubb, Iain Grieve (c), Eoghan Grace, Alistair Bone.

Replacements: Sam Matavesi, Tom Heard, James Gibbons, Rob Langley, Sam Simmonds, Josh Davies, James Shanahan, Jake Henry, Tom Cowan-Dickie.

Bristol Rugby:

Auguy Slowik; Ryan Edwards, Jack Tovey, Luke Eves, Charlie Amesbury; Adrian Jarvis, Craig Hampson; Jack O’Connell, Max Crumpton, James Hall, Joe Joyce, Glen Townson, Marco Mama, Ross Rennie (c), Ben Skirving.

Replacements: Ross Johnston (for Max Crumpton, 50 mins), Ellis Genge (for Jack O’Connell, 40 mins), Gaston Cortes (for James Hall, 40 mins), Josh Ovens (for Marco Mama, 40 mins), Olly Robinson (for Ross Rennie, 40 mins), Luke Baldwin (for Craig Hampson, 40 mins), Mark Cooke (for Jack Tovey, 40 mins), Callum Sheedy (for Luke Eves, 70 mins), Lucas Slowik (for Adrian Jarvis, 52 mins).

Referee: Simon Harding

Match information

Competition Pre-Season Friendly
Opponent Plymouth Albion
Venue Brickfields
Result Win
Score 46-17

Bristol Rugby

No. Name T C D P
1 Jack O'Connell        
2 Max Crumpton 1      
3 James Hall        
4 Joe Joyce        
5 Glen Townson        
6 Marco Mama        
7 Ross Rennie (c) 1      
8 Ben Skirving        
9 Craig Hampson 1      
10 Adrian Jarvis   2    
11 Charlie Amesbury 1      
12 Luke Eves        
13 Jack Tovey        
14 Ryan Edwards 3      
15 Auguy Slowik        
16 Ross Johnston        
17 Ellis Genge        
18 Gaston Cortes        
19 Josh Ovens        
20 Olly Robinson        
21 Luke Baldwin        
22 Mark Cooke   1    
23 Callum Sheedy        
24 Lucas Slowik        

 

Plymouth Albion Plymouth Albion

No. Name T C D P
1 Tom Fidler        
2 Ted Stagg        
3 Andrew Tiedemann        
4 Neale Patrick        
5 Tom Jubb 1      
6 Iain Grieve (c)        
7 Eoghan Grace 1      
8 Alistair Bone        
9 Jimmy Williams        
10 Lawrence Rayner 1 1    
11 Peter Homan        
12 Ben Woods        
13 Toby Howley-Berridge        
14 Lewis Warner        
15 Ben Foley        
16 Sam Matavesi        
17 Tom Heard        
18 James Gibbons        
19 Rob Gibbons        
20 Sam Simmonds        
21 Josh Davies        
22 James Shanahan        
23 Jake Henry        
24 Tom Cowan-Dickie