Ulster A exit with a whimper
Bristol 47-13 Ulster A
Published 23/01/2016 | 02:30
Ulster A gave a pathetic performance in their final B&I Cup group game.
Bristol, who lost 30-5 to Ulster A earlier in the competition, ran in six tries.
Ulster have never fared well in this competition but to lose three in a row and finish with only two wins in six outings is very disappointing.
They were the better team for the first 25 minutes and led 13-11, thanks to tries from Lorcan Dow and the returning Stuart Olding - sandwiching Charlie Amesbury's effort for the hosts.
However, the visitors then capitulated as the home team took a 18-13 interval advantage and added a further 29 points after the restart.
Matthew Morgan put Bristol ahead, and the second half was just a matter of how many points Bristol would accumulate.
Tries followed from Jamal Ford-Robinson, Max Crumpton, Ross McMillen and Ben Glynn. Goalkicker Morgan finished with 22 points.
Bristol - L Arscott, R Edwards, G Maule, B Mosses, C Amesbury, M Morgan, C Hampson, E Genge, C Brooker (c), G Cortes, J Joyce, B Glynn, N Koster, M Cumpton, J Phillips. Reps: R McMillan, K Traynor, J Ford-Robinson, Mark Sorensen, S Jeffries, W Homer, C Sheedy.
Ulster A - R McBurney; R Lyttle, S Olding, S Windsor, J Stockdale; J McPhillips, C Young; A Warwick, J Andrew, R Kane; J Donnan, P Browne; S Mulholland, C Joyce, L Dow. Reps: J Murphy, J Simpson, M Lagan, A Thompson, C Boomer, L Free, A Magrath.