European Challenge Cup: Enisei-STM Krasnoyarsk 9-65 Bristol Bears
|European Challenge Cup|
|Enisei-STM Krasnoyarsk (9) 9|
|Pens: Gaisin 3|
|Bristol Bears (27) 65|
|Tries: O'Conor 2, Joyce, Fenton-Wells 3, Haining, Protheroe, Armstrong, Graham, Pincus Cons: Sheedy 5|
Bristol kept their European Challenge Cup quarter-final hopes alive with an 11-try victory against Enisei-STM.
The Bears wrapped up the bonus point before half-time, with tries from Piers O'Conor, Joe Joyce, Nick Fenton-Wells, Nick Haining and Mat Protheroe.
Three Ramil Gaisin penalties kept the Russian side in the contest, but Jake Armstrong touched down after the break.
Fenton-Wells completed his hat-trick, while tries from O'Conor, Tom Pincus and Sam Graham rounded off the scoring.
Pat Lam's Bears are likely need another victory against Enisei-STM at Ashton Gate on 19 January if they are to reach the last eight, with the five pool winners and three best runners-up making the quarter-finals.
The 65 points racked up in Sochi was the most Bristol have ever scored in an away European fixture.
Enisei-STM: Maslov; Babaev, Trishin, Gerasimov, Simplikiewicz; Gaisin, Scherban; Sekisov, Magomedov, Zykov, Saulite, Elgin, Gachechiladze, Temnov, Gargalyk.
Replacements: Mamukashvili, Polivalov, Pronenko, Krotov, Byakov, Ryabishchuk, Mikhaltsov, Orlov.
Bristol: Protheroe; Pincus, O'Conor, Bedlow, Daniels; Sheedy (co-capt), Uren; Woolmore, Fenton-Wells, Armstrong, Holmes, Joyce, Haining, Heenan, Crane (co-capt).
Replacements: Thacker, Dawe, Thiede, Hawkins, Graham, Stirzaker, Eden, Powell.
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