Bristol vs. Bath player ratings: Who shone and who was found out?

Bristol Bears 17-10 Bath player ratings: Who shone and who was found out?


Fullback: Tom Homer – He screwed up what should have been the first try of the season when he knocked on. The fullback then knocked on again to almost concede a try just before halftime. He got redemption in the second half when he got Bath on the scoreboard with a try, grounding it this time. 5.5/10

Winger: Semesa Rokoduguni –  It was great to see him back from  his serious shoulder injury but he simply wasn’t given the opportunity to shine. 6/10

Outside-centre: Jackson Willison – Very quiet. 6/10

Inside-centre: Jamie Roberts – Looked at home in the Bath shirt, starting the game off with trademark crunching tackle. He also carried well throughout. Could have supported Priestland better. 7/10

Winger: Joe Cokanasiga – The winger, who is reportedly quicker than Anthony Watson, put on a real show during his debut for Bath. Some powerful running, crisp offloads and a try-saving tackle in the first half made him the standout performer for the blue, black and whites. 8/10

Fly-half: Rhys Priestland – Missed a relatively straightforward penalty in a poor first half. Turned it around after the break with some better kicking from the Wales international. 6.5/10

Scrum-half: Chris Cook – Took on a large amount of responsibility in building Bath’s attack, but didn’t show enough variation to unlock the hosts stubborn defence. 6/10