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Welcome back, Malcolm Delpeche

Welcome back, Malcolm Delpeche

Bristol Flyers are proud to welcome Malcolm Delpeche back to the club, ahead of the 2021/22 season.

Posted: Friday, June 18th 2021

Flyers add Michael Miller to 2021/22 roster

Flyers add Michael Miller to 2021/22 roster

Bristol Flyers have acquired American shooting guard Michael Miller on a one-year deal.

Posted: Friday, June 11th 2021

Flyers sign Marcus Evans out of VCU

Flyers sign Marcus Evans out of VCU

Bristol Flyers have completed the signing of American point guard Marcus Evans, out of VCU.

Posted: Tuesday, June 8th 2021

Thomas-Edwards agrees new Flyers deal

Thomas-Edwards agrees new Flyers deal

Raphell Thomas-Edwards has put pen to paper on a new one-year deal with the Bristol Flyers.

Posted: Thursday, June 3rd 2021

Also from Bristol Sport

Planning Application Submitted For Sporting Quarter
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Planning Application Submitted For Sporting Quarter

Plans for a new Sporting Quarter at Ashton Gate have now been submitted to Bristol City Council.

Posted: Monday, June 21st 2021 • Bristol Sport

Capon, Randall and Malins named in England squad for summer series
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Capon, Randall and Malins named in England squad for summer series

Harry Randall, Will Capon and Max Malins have been named in Eddie Jones’ updated 36-player England squad as they continue preparations for their summer series of fixtures.

Posted: Sunday, June 20th 2021 • Rugby

Academy trio star in England U20 comeback win
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Academy trio star in England U20 comeback win

Jack Bates, Deago Bailey and Alex Groves all featured as England U20 Men produced a stunning second half comeback to begin their 2021 Six Nations campaign with a win against France.

Posted: Sunday, June 20th 2021 • Rugby

International Watch: June 2021
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International Watch: June 2021

City have four players in action for their countries during the June international window and here's how they're getting on.

Posted: Saturday, June 19th 2021 • Football

Report: Bristol Bears 36-43 Harlequins
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Report: Bristol Bears 36-43 Harlequins

Bristol Bears squandered a 28-point lead to lose a mind-blowing Gallagher Premiership semi-final to Harlequins after extra time.

Posted: Saturday, June 19th 2021 • Rugby