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In this week's show we reminisce about the Bears 26-18 victory over South Africa A in front of a record-breaking attendance at Ashton Gate.The boys discuss the game and the off-pitch events this made this game one that will live long in the memory. But find out why Lee had to raise a Gets My Goat from Thursday night.We also discuss Bristols 38-31 loss away to Gloucester in the Premiership Cup and the Women's convincing opening league victory against Wasps.We look ahead to the next league game against Sale, mourn the loss of Brizzley Bear and comment on his successor and round up this weekend's international action.There's an invitation to Bears' CEO Tom Tainton and Bristol's favourite sports broadcaster to come on the show. All this and more with Lee, Miles, Pete, Tony and the return of the Christmas Tree.
In this week's show we discuss Bristol Bears 31-12 friendly win against Cardiff at Ashton Gate.  Hear our thoughts on the game, performances and the match day announcer!We then look ahead to Thursday's big Game against a South Africa XV at a sold out Ashton Gate. Find out who we think will play against the Boks and why it is so important the off-pitch experience is good for first time visitors to the Gate. We also think about the Team Pat will send to Gloucester in the Premiership Cup a mere two days after the South Africa game.We also talk about the Bristol contingent in the Red Roses heartbreaking Word Cup Final loss to New Zealand and take a look at Sinckler and Genge's performances for England against Japan.All this and more with Tony, Miles and Pete.
In this week's show we just have to get a few things off our chests. It is a "Gets My Goat" special after a night to forget at Ashton Gate.Bristol fell to a 25-10  defeat against Saracens in what was billed as a "Fireworks Spectacular". But much like the promised pyrotechnics, the Bears failed to ignite on the night as our losing streak continues. Hear our thoughts on the tactics, excuses and player performances.We also look ahead to the friendly against Cardiff, discuss the performances of our International Bears and comment on a new arrival at Ashton Gate.All this and more with Tony, Lee, Miles and Pete.
In this week's show the boys take a look ad the disappointing defeat at Franklin's Gardens. After a promising opening 10 minutes the Bears conceded 38 points without reply and eventually lost 45-31 to Northampton Saints.Just about everything that could go wrong, did go wrong on a day to forget that included injuries to Joyce, Piutau and Capon. Hear our thoughts on the tactics, selections and player performances. We also look ahead to the visit of Saracens to the Gate on Bonfire Night and give our view on selections and score predictions. All this and more on this week's episode with Tony, Miles and Pete.
In this week's show we discuss the 29-0 victory against Bath in the Premiership Cup. Harry Thacker helped himself to a hat trick as an experienced Bristol team overwhelmed Bath at the Rec.We also look forward to the next league game away at Northampton Saints and give our thoughts on selections and score predictions.In a busy week off the pitch we discuss the news that Kyle Sinckler has extended his Bristol contract, our surprise about Dan Thomas's hastily arranged loan to Scarlets and the signing of Will Porter from Wasps as scrum half cover.All this and more with Tony, Lee, Miles and Pete.
In this episode we discuss the narrow 31-28 loss to Gloucester at Kinsgholm. After chastening defeats to Newcastle and Exeter this was an improved performance by Bristol, even if some basic errors cost us dear. Hear our thoughts on player performances and the key points from the game.We also talk about the A Team's game at Exeter and the Women's cup game against Loughborough Lightening. There's also our thoughts on Wasps likely demise and rumours that the Bears might be looking at Dan Robson as scrum half cover.All this and more with Lee, Miles, Pete and Tony.
There are four grumpy Bears on this podcast after Bristol's hugely disappointing defeat away at bottom club Newcastle Falcons in the league. A catalogue of errors and lapses in discipline let the Falcons swoop for their first win of the season. Hear our post mortem on the game and the players' performances.We also discuss the midweek defeat at home to Exeter in the Premiership Cup. Two young sides locked horns with the Chiefs coming out on top. Find out which of the young players stood out for TC on the night.We also discuss Andy Uren's new three-year contract and the rumours that max Malins may return to Bristol next season.All this and more on this week's show, with TC, Miles, Pete and Lee.
In this week's show we discuss Bristol Bears 40-36 home win against London Irish. That's three wins in a row to start the season and 14 out of 15 available points collected. Hear our thoughts on the key moments and our review of the players' performances. We also look ahead to the mid-week game against Exeter Chiefs in the Premiership Rugby Cup and the next league game away at the faltering Falcons. We speculate on who we may see on Wednesday night and who will be kept fresh for the Newcastle game.All this and much more with Tony, Lee, Miles and Pete.
In this week's show we cover the Bears opening games of the 2022-23 season.First up the rescheduled opener against Bath, which saw the return of the Ellis 'Baby Rhino' Genge to Bristol.  We assess the narrow victory that came 24 hours later than expected following the sad passing of HM Queen Elizabeth. We then analyse this week's resolute away win against Wasps. Our first victory at their place for 22 years as the Bears put on a defensive masterclass. Hear our thoughts on the game and player performances. We also look ahead to the next game against London Irish, Worcester's fight for survival and reflect on a big week for the women's game in Bristol. All this and more with Lee, Miles, Pete and Tony.
We are back with season four of Bears Beyond The Gate.This week we discuss the performances from the Bears three pre-season friendlies and ask what pointers can we take for the opening game.We also preview 'The Big One' that kicsk off our season at home against arch rivals Bath. We give our thoughts on the starting XV and how we see the game going.There's also our review of this seasons three shirts, our thoughts on Worcester's predicament and our predictions for Bristol's 2022/23 season.All this and more with Tony, Lee, Miles and Pete. It's good to be back.
In this week's show we discuss the disappointing 42-19 defeat at Sale to finish our campaign for the year. Hear our thoughts on the game, tactics and player performances. We then look back on the 2021/22 season picking out some of the highs, a few of the lows and some of the memorable moments on and off the pitch. We also pick out the players we've enjoyed watching most this year and give our initial thoughts on how the Bears will get on next season.All this and more in the final episode of season three. 
What a way to round off the home campaign with a fine 40-33 win against local rivals Exeter Chiefs.  In a flashback to last season the Bears played some sublime rugby to score six tried and end Exeter's playoff hopes. We talk about some sparkling performances and analyse how the Bears turned in such a great victory.This week we also said goodbye to eleven players following the publication of the retained list for 2022/23. We discuss the departing players and their contribution to the Bears as well as going through the squad for the next campaign.There's also our thoughts on the Women's 28-24 semi-final defeat away at Exeter which has brought to an end a fine season and our preview of the men's final league game away at SaleAll this and more on the show. 
In this week's show we look ahead to the final home game of the season as Bristol face Exeter Chiefs at the Gate. Hear our thoughts on the team and our predictions for the game. We also look forward to the Women's team's trip to Sandy Park to face Exeter in the play off semi final, following this week's narrow away to defeat to Exeter in their final league game.  It's all Exeter, Exeter, Exeter!One of our listeners has asked for help to complete a research project into the women's game. If you are a season ticket holder at Bristol and can spare 20-30 minutes please listen to the interview and get in touch with us if you can help.We also discuss the news that mark Tainton is stepping down as CEO at the end of the season. Is he leaving or has he been pushed? We also discuss the Daily Telegraph story about an 'inside' Twitter account that criticised the training arrangements this season. No smoke without fire? Hear our thoughts.All this and more with Tony, Pete and Miles.
In this week's show we discuss the heavy defeat at Welford Road as the Bears lost 56-26 to Leicester. We talk about the game, tactics and player performances. We also discuss today's news that John Afoa will leave the club at the end of the season rather than take up a role as a full time coach. John is heading to France with a two-year playing contract.We discuss the implications of losing both our best scrummager and a coach!All this and more with Tony, Lee, Miles and Pete.
What a difference a week makes. After European disappointment last week the Bears bounced back with a late 29-28 win over Gloucester to win the Rifles Cup.With Semi out for the rest of the season and many of our other stars unavailable the match day squad did the club proud to snatch a late win despite Sam Bedlow's red card. Hear our thoughts on the game and player performances.We also talk to the Leicester fan's podcast about our next game away at Welford Road. After a Christmas ding-dong at the Gate and the controversial finish to the game at Leicester last season this could be a spicy encounter. Hear our thoughts on team selection and our result predictions.We also talk about the club's open training session during the Easter holidays, Semi's knee operation and the departure of Antoine Frisch to Munster next season.All this and more with Tony, Lee, Miles and Pete.
In this week's show we talk about the fateful Friday night that saw Bristol dumped out of the Champions Cup by Sale. Hear our thoughts on the selections, tactics and player performances.  We also preview the next home game against Gloucester with our friends from the Cherry Jam Podcast.  Due to a technical glitch the last five minutes of this week's recording is unavailable. 
It may not have been a showcase of fluent rugby but we are mighty happy with the 9-10 victory away at Sale in the Champions Cup first leg. Hear our thoughts on the game, player performances and Pat's tactic of going with a superstar heavy bench.With the second leg at home on Good Friday we debate the Bears approach for the next clash with Sale. Same again or do we start our big names from the first minute. Hear our thoughts.We also talk about the arrivals of Ibitoye, Williams, Davies, Mulhall and Charalambous for next season. Some astute signings by the club as we look to balance the books next year.There's also our thoughts on season card prices and the club's decision to move the family section to the Lansdown Upper.  All this and more with Tony, Lee and Pete.
Not a great week for the Bears with disappointing loss against Gloucester in the Premiership Cup quickly followed by a league defeat away at Northampton. Hear our thoughts on the player performances, tactics and where it all went wrong... again.To make a bad week on the field worse, news broke of Bristolian Dave Attwood's departure at the end of the season to join Bath. Then the Daily Telegraph's  revelation that a contract mess up means six players who were due to leave the club have been given one year extensions, due to a missed deadline, leaving a reported £400k gap in our salary budget for next season.We discuss the how the gap may be filled and what big names might be on their way out to balance the books. Plus our preview of the European game away at Sale with our friends from The Shark Tank podcast. All this and more on this week's show.
In this week's show we review Bristol 61-19 win against Bath in the Premiership Rugby Cup and the narrow 27-23 defeat to Saracens in the 'Showdown' at White Hart Lane.Hear our thoughts on both games and the player performances that stood out.There's also our previews of the forthcoming games against Gloucester (cup) and we speak to Northampton journalist, Tom Vickers, about our trip Saints  (league). Plus more rumours about players arriving and leaving.
Recorded right after the game the boys discuss the disappointing 29-38 loss to Saracens at Ashton Gate on Sunday. Having conceded 14 points in the first 3 minutes the boys showed a lot of heart to battle back into the game but ultimately fell short... again.We discuss the individual performances and look at some of the key moments in the game.There's also our preview of the forthcoming games against Bath and Saracens, a discussion on new signing Magnus Bradbury and our thoughts on Randall and Sinckler's performances for England against Ireland.
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