17-try Bristol crush RC Enisei 107-19 on their way to play-off

Pat Lam's side scored over 100 points on Saturday
Pat Lam's side scored over 100 points on Saturday

Bristol Bears 107-19 RC Enisei, Ashton Gate

Bristol Bears came up with a stunning 17-try performance as they trounced RC Enisei 107-19 at Ashton Gate on Saturday to reach the play-off of the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

Bristol now finished the group stage at second place in Pool 4 with 21 points and will take on La Rochelle in the quarter-final while RC Enisei finished at the bottom after losing all their six games.

The game started with a huge setback for the French side as they lost Maxim Gargalic to red card for a high tackle in the third minute and the Premiership side made total use of the advantage with Jordan Crane (4'), Tom Pincus (12'), Ryan Edwards (15'), Andy Uren (18, 26, 32, 38) all scored tries.

Callum Sheedy also kicked five conversions as the home side ended the first half amassing 50 points while the visitors had a solitary try coming from Denis Simplikevich.

Crane (43'), Yann Thomas (47'), Edwards (55' and 79'), Uren (57'), Piers O' Connor (59'), Sam Graham (68'), Reiss Cullen (72'), Pincus (74') all touched down to take their tally to 107 points as Bristol completely dominated the game to complete a terrific 88 point victory.


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