Bristol Bears experience tough opening day at Premiership Rugby Sevens

first_img🎥 | “We put ourselves into good positions, but we couldn’t execute. It’s great to see our young players testing their skills in this environment.”@seanbeanymarsde talks to #BristolBearsTV ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/3mENclFTM8— Bristol Bears (@BristolBears) July 27, 2018Sean Marsden reflects on the opening defeat live on the official twitter account: @bristolbears. Then, in balmy conditions, the young guns fell to a 12-41 loss at the hands of rampant Harlequins, who raced into an early unassailable lead.Reiss Cullen and Lailand Gordon crossed in quick succession for consolation tries, but Bristol Bears return on Saturday to battle it out in the plate competition.🎥 | “They retained possession really well and it left us with a mountain to climb.”@seanbeanymarsde on #PremRugby7s loss ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/8CZ5HWWfro— Bristol Bears (@BristolBears) July 27, 2018Sean Marsden talks to the club’s official twitter account following the Quins loss. Sean Marsden’s side – which included two members of the Academy U18s – went down 12-26 to Sale Sharks in the opening Pool D clash, with the Bears scoring from a penalty try and Ioan Lloyd’s late effort.last_img

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