Fijian winger Ratu Siva Naulago scored a try to guide the Bristol Bears to a hefty 33-19 win over the USA Perpignan in the European Challenge Cup at Ashton Gate today.
A first-half haul from Bristol saw the Bears score all their points in the first half to hold off a late flourish from Perpignan to win.
The visitors had an early start with a try to fullback Ali Crossdale which was converted by halfback Matteo Rodor.
The Bears answered with five successive tries to Harry Randall, Dan Thomas, a double to Ellis Genge and Naulago.
Flyhalf AJ MacGinty converted four of the five tries to send them to the break 33-7.
Perpignan managed two more tries in the second half to open wing Nino Seguela and number eight Valentin Moro with Rodor adding one more conversion.