A late Ioan Lloyd penalty, as well as Bryan Byrne and Jake Heenan tries, saw the Bristol Bears beat Gloucester 18-17 late on at Kingsholm. While Tom de Glanville, Tom Dunn and Josh Bayliss tries ensured Bath won at Sale Sharks 27-22 Last Updated: 12/02/21 11:02pm Jake Heenan was on the scoresheet with a try as Bristol scored a late penalty to win at Gloucester Recap Friday night's Gallagher Premiership action as Bristol and Bath picked up away victories at Gloucester and Sale Sharks respectively... Gloucester 17-18 Bristol BearsSantiago Carreras scored two superb first-half tries but it was not enough to earn bottom club Gloucester victory over injury-ravaged Gallagher Premiership leaders Bristol, who snatched an 18-17 win at Kingsholm. Ioan Lloyd's penalty five minutes from time ensured the Bears remained at the summit, with Gloucester's losing bonus point insufficient to lift them off the foot of the table. Ollie Thorley scored Gloucester's third try, while Billy Twelvetrees kicked a conversion. Bristol's tries came from Bryan Byrne and Jake Heenan, with Lloyd adding two penalties and a conversion.Sale Sharks 22-27 BathBath eased the pressure on director of rugby Stuart Hooper as they ended a run of six successive defeats with a 27-22 win over Sale at the AJ Bell Stadium. Tries from Tom De Glanville, Tom Dunn and Josh Bayliss, as well as 12 points from the boot of Rhys Priestland, guided Bath to a victory that saw them pull six points clear of Worcester and Gloucester at the foot of the Gallagher Premiership table.Captain Jono Ross, Dan Du Preez and Cameron Neild touched down for Sale with Rob Du Preez kicking a conversion and penalty and AJ MacGinty added a late conversion. .
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