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The centre was replaced on the hour mark to a brilliant reception from the 6,789 supporters in attendance, having put in a standout performance in the blue and white hoops.
In front of nearly 7,000 supporters at Ashton Gate, Bristol began at break-neck speed and took the lead when Dan Thomas picked a line against the grain to crash over for the game’s opening score.“This is not a fresh start and I am immensely grateful for my predecessor, as well as my existing cabinet colleagues and senior officers who show their expert calibre on a daily basis.“I am also very grateful for the experience of Teresa Heritage as the deputy leader and am pleased to have her on board with many complementary skills.” Councillor Williams represents Herts County Council on the board of the Herts Local Enterprise Partnership and the London Stansted Cambridge Consortium. John 1917-18 Will Jones 1918-19 Ike Davies 1919-20 John Jefferies 1920-21 Tom Jefferies 1921-22 W. Thomas 1922-23 William Beynon 1923-24 William Beynon 1924-25 D. Beynon 1932-33 Digby Jones 1933-34 Eric Evans 1934-35 Elvet Lloyd 1935-36 Elvet Lloyd 1937-38 Glyn Jefferies 1945-46 Geraint Lloyd 1945-46 Wyn Gabriel 1946-47 Laurie Hill 1947-48 David Evans 1948-49 Stan Jefferies 1949-50 Ken Sage 1950-51 Cyril Evans 1951-52 Bert Lewis 1952-53 D. David Williams – executive member for resources property and the economy – will be taking on the role after standing unopposed.
He said in his first full council meeting: “It is a huge honour to be your choice to lead this council and a privilege to serve the people of Hertfordshire.
But Rhodri Williams’ second, courtesy of Callum Sheedy’s inside pass, and Joe Batley’s first try for the club, took Bristol past the 50-point mark for the third time this season, before Coghlan’s late score rounded off a high-scoring afternoon at Ashton Gate.
Bristol ran in five tries during a blistering first half performance, but it was a ten-minute spell of sturdy defence that set the hosts up for this bonus-point win.
Rhys Patchell could take over kicking duties from Halfpenny, who was the star performer for Wales in their 34-7 win over Scotland last Saturday.
Halfpenny scored two of Wales' four tries and kicked a further 14 points to inspire his team to victory at the Principality Stadium.
But Williams’ second and a late score for Joe Batley sealed a tenth successive league win for Bristol, with Jordan Coghlan adding a late third for Ian Costello’s visitors.