Sport by Press Association March 9, 2019, 4:57 pm Send us a story Sign up to our Sport newsletter Bristol won a dramatic and controversial Gallagher Premiership clash at Northampton which saw the home side end the game with just 11 men on the field. A topsy-turvy game saw tries from wings Taqele Naiyaravoro and Ahess Tuala plus full-back George Furbank and scrum-half Cobus Reinach, along with two Piers Francis conversions against tries for lock Joe Batley, number eight Jordan Crane and replacement Harry Randell, plus two Luke Daniels conversions. Then, in added time, Piers O’Connor went over for a Bristol bonus-point try, with replacement Ian Madigan landing a conversion to win it 26-24, inspiring boos from the home faithful. Bristol got off to a flying start as excellent work down the left from scrum-half Andy Uren and lock Chris Vui sent Batley to run in from 22 metres. Daniels came close when he dashed from the Saints’ 10-metre line to be held up just short but, from a resulting scrum, centre Siale Piutau came within a metre before Crane just managed to score. Daniels’ conversion put Bristol 12-0 ahead. Northampton were at sixes and sevens but they managed to… Read full this story
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