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Bristol Sport TV - Featuring Greg Streete, Mark Ashton and Sean Holley

Bristol Flyers captain Greg Streete reflects on the 2015/16 BBL campaign and looks forward to starting the Great Bristol Run 10K on this week’s Bristol Sport TV.

Also on this week's show:

  • Bristol City chief operating officer Mark Ashton looks back on the club’s season
  • Sean Holley previews Bristol Rugby’s Championship play-off final against Doncaster Knights
  • Chief stadium operations officer Mark Kelly tells supporters what they can expect from Ashton Gate for Euro 2016
  • A sneak peek of the next episode of Bristol Sport Kids TV with Bristol City duo Richard O’Donnell and Jodie Brett
  • Lee Haskins looks ahead to the defence of his IBF Bantamweight title
  • Latest on the stadium redevelopment

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