Ewan Lloyd’s late penalty kick, in addition to attempts by Brian Byrne and Jake Henan, saw the Bristol Bears beat Gloucester 18-17 late in Kingsholm. While attempts by Tom de Glanville, Tom Dunn and Josh Bayless secured a victory for Bath at Sally Sharks 27-22 LAST UPDATE: 12/02/21 11:02 PM Jake Henan was on the goalscoring list with an attempt as Bristol scored a late penalty to beat Gloucester Match Summary Gallagher in the Premier League on Friday night as Bristol and Bath scored two away victories over Gloucester and Sal Sharks respectively … Gloucester scored 17-18 Bristol Bears Santiago Carreras scored two fantastic first-half attempts but that wasn’t enough to win bottom-ranked Gloucester side a win over Injury – Bristol faced Premier League leaders Gallagher, who clinched an 18-17 win in Kingsholm. Ewan Lloyd’s penalty kick five minutes before the end of time ensured the Bears remained at the top, with Gloucester losing an insufficient bonus point to lift them off the table. Olly Thorley scored the third attempt for Gloucester, while Billy Twelveetris made a transfer. Bristol’s attempts came from Brian Byrne and Jake Henan, as Lloyd added two penalties and a diversion, and Seal Sharks’ 22-27 Bath Bath eased the pressure on rugby manager Stuart Hopper as they finished a series of six-game losing streak with a 27-22 sell-off at AJ Bell. Attempts by Tom de Glanville, Tom Dunn and Josh Baylis, as well as 12 points from Reese’s Priestland shoes, lead Bath to a win that saw them lead by six points over Worcester and Gloucester at the foot of Gallagher’s table in the Premier League. Juno Ross, Dan de Briz and Cameron Nilde arrived for sale with Rob de Breeze making a transfer and penalty, and AJ MacGinty added a late transfer. .