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It's all over! The referee has blown their whistle to end the game.

80'

Bristol Bears decided to go for goal with James Williams taking the penalty goal but their aim is not up to scratch as the ball slides to the left of the post.

79'
Penalty Goal

Henry Slade kicks the penalty.

75'

Bristol Bears decide to make a substitution, with Piers O'Conor getting some game time.

71'

Bristol Bears decide to make a substitution, with Noah Heward being replaced.

71'

Bristol Bears decide to make a substitution, with Ed Holmes getting some game time.

70'

Bristol Bears decide to make a substitution, with James Dun being replaced.

70'

Henry Slade curls the ball too far, missing the posts to the right.

68'
Try

Josh Iosefa-Scott scores the try from close range.

67'

Exeter Chiefs make a substitution with Joe Hawkins coming on.

65'

Exeter Chiefs make a substitution with Tom Hendrickson coming off.

65'

Bristol Bears sub James Williams comes onto the field.

62'

Benhard Janse van Rensburg departs for Bristol Bears.

62'

The defensive line has been broken as Noah Heward goes through the gap.

58'

Niall Armstrong comes on for Exeter Chiefs.

57'

Tom Cairns leaves the field.

57'

Harry Randall comes on for Bristol Bears.

55'

Kieran Marmion leaves the field.

55'

Aidon Davis comes on.

53'

Ross Vintcent comes off.

53'

Dafydd Jenkins comes on.

53'

Lewis Pearson comes off.

53'

Dan Frost makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

47'

Exeter Chiefs decide to make a substitution, with Josh Iosefa-Scott getting some game time.

47'

Exeter Chiefs decide to make a substitution, with Ehren Painter being replaced.

47'

Exeter Chiefs decide to make a substitution, with Dan Frost getting some game time.

47'

Exeter Chiefs decide to make a substitution, with Jack Yeandle being replaced.

47'

Exeter Chiefs decide to make a substitution, with Nika Abuladze getting some game time.

47'

Exeter Chiefs decide to make a substitution, with Scott Sio being replaced.

47'

Bristol Bears decide to make a substitution, with Virimi Vakatawa getting some game time.

46'

Bristol Bears decide to make a substitution, with Will Capon being replaced.

46'
Conversion

Callum Sheedy adds the two points for Bristol Bears.

46'
Try

A clever kick there by Bristol Bears allows Richard Lane to collect the ball and touch down for the try.

44'

Richard Lane makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

44'

Spellbinding play by Callum Sheedy is finished off with a try.

44'
Conversion

Henry Slade adds the two points for Exeter Chiefs.

42'
Try

The pick and go results in a try for Exeter Chiefs as Tom Wyatt goes over.

41'

Bristol Bears sub Daniel Thomas comes onto the field.

40'

Josh Caulfield departs for Bristol Bears.

40'

The second half kicks off.

40'

The half-time whistle blows and both teams head for the dressing rooms.

40'

Bristol Bears sub Will Capon comes onto the field.

38'

Virimi Vakatawa departs for Bristol Bears.

38'
Yellow Card

Harry Thacker (Bristol Bears) is shown a yellow card

35'

Trouble here as Immanuel Feyi-Waboso breaches the defence.

31'

Max Lahiff comes on for Bristol Bears.

30'

George Kloska leaves the field.

30'

Harry Thacker comes on for Bristol Bears.

30'

Will Capon leaves the field.

30'

Jake Woolmore comes on for Bristol Bears.

30'

Sam Grahamslaw leaves the field.

30'

Trouble here as Immanuel Feyi-Waboso breaches the defence.

30'

Callum Sheedy will not be happy with that penalty goal attempt, as they had the direction but not the power.

29'
Conversion

Henry Slade makes no mistake with that conversion attempt.

26'
Try

The pressure has finally told as Ehren Painter scores from close range.

25'

This is dangerous for the defence as Immanuel Feyi-Waboso bursts through to advance the Exeter Chiefs attack.

21'

Callum Sheedy takes the conversion but it hits the upright and bounces away, kick unsuccessful.

19'
Try

What a kick! Richard Lane takes full advantage to score for Bristol Bears.

18'

This is dangerous for the defence as Richard Lane bursts through to advance the Bristol Bears attack.

18'

Callum Sheedy sets up the try.

18'

Callum Sheedy has hooked the conversion to the left of the posts.

10'
Try

The kick through from Bristol Bears has allowed Richard Lane to touch down.

9'

Callum Sheedy played a key part in that try.

9'
Penalty Goal

Callum Sheedy kicks the penalty.

6'
Conversion

Henry Slade has kicked a conversion.

3'
Try

Exeter Chiefs are only a few metres out, surely they must score! And they do with Rusiate Tuima touching down.

2'

The defensive line has been broken as Lewis Pearson goes through the gap.

0'

We are underway as the referee blows their whistle.

0'
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Match Details

Bristol v Exeter Chiefs

Gallagher Premiership - Round 4
Sun 5th November 2023, 10:00am EST
Sandy Park

Points Flow Chart

Exeter Chiefs win +9
Exeter Chiefs
Bristol
Exeter Chiefs
Time in lead
Bristol
63
Mins in lead
17
79%
% Of Game In Lead
21%
67%
Possession Last 10 min
33%
3
Points Last 10 min
0

Key Events

Full Time
Slade
29 - 20
75'
Iosefa-Scott
26 - 20
67'
Sheedy
46'
21 - 20
Lane
44'
21 - 18
Slade
21 - 13
42'
Wyatt
19 - 13
41'
Half Time
Thacker
35'
14 - 13
Slade
14 - 13
26'
Painter
12 - 13
25'
Lane
18'
7 - 13
Lane
9'
7 - 8
Sheedy
6'
7 - 3
Slade
7 - 0
3'
Tuima
5 - 0
2'
Start

22m Entries

Avg. Points Scored
2
14
Entries
Avg. Points Scored
3.3
6
Entries

Attack Profile

Exeter Chiefs
Bristol
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Defence Profile

Exeter Chiefs
Bristol
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Ruck Speed

0-3 secs
40%
38%
3-6 secs
45%
25%
6+ secs
12%
29%
130
Rucks Won
27

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