Banner image

Author

James Crawley

James Crawley writes

Posted Monday, June 4th 2018

Morrell on target in Wales draw

Joe Morrell scored from the penalty spot as Wales Under-21s drew 2-2 with Georgia.

Sunday's (June 3rd) fixture was the first of two tests against the same opposition for Rob Page’s side who are preparing for the second half of their European Championship qualification campaign.

Georgia took the lead through Beka Mikeltadze's 25-yard strike after Wales had hit the crossbar. But they were level when Morrell cooly slotted home from 12 yards on the half-hour mark.

Mark Harris showed quick reactions to put Page's side ahead but Georgia fought back in the second half, with Mikeltadze converting a late penalty of his own.

Page's youngsters face Georgia U-21s at the Mikheil Meskhi Stadium on Wednesday (June 6th). The match kicks off at 8pm local time.

Morrell was loaned out to League Two side Cheltenham Town for the 2017/18 season, where he made 39 appearances and netted three times.

Latest News

Highlights: Bristol City 0-1 Middlesbrough

Highlights: Bristol City 0-1 Middlesbrough

Posted: Wednesday, October 21st 2020

‘It was an off night’ – Holden

‘It was an off night’ – Holden

Posted: Tuesday, October 20th 2020

Report: Bristol City 0-1 Middlesbrough

Report: Bristol City 0-1 Middlesbrough

Posted: Tuesday, October 20th 2020

Rowe ready for busy schedule

Rowe ready for busy schedule

Posted: Tuesday, October 20th 2020

Also from Bristol Sport

Trio join up with England ahead of Quilter Cup clash
Rugby icon

Trio join up with England ahead of Quilter Cup clash

Ben Earl, Max Malins and Kyle Sinckler have joined up with the England squad as they prepare for the game against the Barbarians at Twickenham Stadium on Sunday.

Posted: Wednesday, October 21st 2020 • Rugby

Bristol Sport Foundation, Feeding Bristol and Square Food Foundation Partner to Tackle Food Insecurity and Inactivity
Community icon

Bristol Sport Foundation, Feeding Bristol and Square Food Foundation Partner to Tackle Food Insecurity and Inactivity

Recently Bristol Sport Foundation (BSF) announced a new partnership with Feeding Bristol to build on the work that was started over lockdown to try to tackle food insecurity and inactivity in Bristol.

Posted: Wednesday, October 21st 2020 • Community

An open letter from Chairman, Chris Booy
Rugby icon

An open letter from Chairman, Chris Booy

Chairman Chris Booy reflects on a memorable 2019/20 season and looks ahead to the future.

Posted: Wednesday, October 21st 2020 • Rugby

Download Challenge Cup winners wallpaper for mobile and desktop
Rugby icon

Download Challenge Cup winners wallpaper for mobile and desktop

Download your desktop or mobile wallpaper of the Bristol Bears' Challenge Cup trophy winning squad.

Posted: Wednesday, October 21st 2020 • Rugby

One for the history books: Mark Hoskins
Rugby icon

One for the history books: Mark Hoskins

Club historian, Mark Hoskins reflects on a memorable season for the club and where it ranks among Bristol's greatest.

Posted: Wednesday, October 21st 2020 • Rugby