Remembrance Day sees Bristol united – for a minute!

The pre-match one minute’s silence was observed impeccably by the teams and supporters of Bristol Rovers Juniors and Bristol City Juniors on Sunday at Kingswood.

There’s always a fair bit of rivalry when the two teams play together and that’s mainly between the parents; however, the Remembrance Day setting brought the best out in all.

The match itself was a competitive affair, played in chilly conditions.

Kellands Bristol proudly supports the Bristol Rovers Juniors Under 8's kit pictured.

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