Johnson ‘buzzing’ as players return to Failand for small group training
Posted: Tuesday, May 26th 2020
Thursday, September 6th 2018
Callum O’Dowda’s Republic of Ireland were comfortably beaten by Wales in their UEFA Nations League opener.
City’s wideman completed 90 minutes at the Cardiff City Stadium, as Ryan Giggs celebrated his first competitive game in charge with a 4-1 victory.
The hosts set the tone when they broke the deadlock as early as the sixth minute through Tom Lawrence, before Gareth Bale doubled their advantage with a curling left-footed strike from the edge of the area.
Aaron Ramsey made it three as half-time approached and the game was put beyond doubt when Connor Roberts rifled a thunderbolt beyond Darren Randolph from 20 yards.
Shaun Williams did reduce the deficit for Martin O’Neill’s side in the 66th minute when he seized on a Ramsey mistake, but it proved nothing but a consultation.
O’Dowda and his teammates will now return to Ireland before travelling to face Poland in an international friendly on Tuesday (September 11th).
Bristol Bears owner, Steve Lansdown spoke to Chris Jones, Ugo Monye and Danny Care on this week's edition of the BBC Rugby Union Weekly Podcast.
Posted: Tuesday, May 26th 2020 • Rugby
Staff from The Bristol Sport Foundation have raised more than £2,000 for a number charity’s supplying meals to vulnerable people in the Bristol community.
Posted: Tuesday, May 26th 2020 • Community
Settle in for this week's Flyers Flashback, as we stream a classic game against Plymouth Raiders from the 2018/19 season.
Posted: Saturday, May 23rd 2020 • Basketball
Ashton Gate are pleased to announce a four-night line-up of feel-good movies this summer.
Posted: Friday, May 22nd 2020 • Stadium
Watch this week's episode of Bristol Sport TV with Bristol City Assistant Coach Dean Holden and Bears Assistant Coach Conor McPhillips.
Posted: Friday, May 22nd 2020 • Football