Callum Sheedy kicked 22 points as Bristol returned to the Premiership for the first time since 2009 despite a 34-32 loss on the night against Doncaster. After winning 28-13 in the first leg, the hosts never hit top gear but held firm for a 60-47 aggregate victory.
Bristol Sport manages Ashton Gate Stadium on behalf of Bristol Rugby and Bristol City Football Club. Last year Integral Build, the construction, refurbishment and fit out division of Integral were appointed by Bristol Sport to complete the fit out of the new Ashton Gate Stadium. This new 27,000-capacity stadium boasts the largest conference and events venue in the south west of England.
Since August 2015 Integral manage all mechanical, electrical and fabric elements of the stadium and training facilities and are proud to be working at this prestigious stadium and be long term sponsors of Bristol Rugby.
Integral Build are now starting work on the Phase 3 (West Stand) fit out and Integral very much look forward to continuing their association with Bristol Rugby into the Premiership era.