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Bristol Rugby's First Team Coach has left he club after three seasons.
Sean Holley joined the team in 2013, and helped the squad to win the Championship title in May.
But, after what he called "three tough years" he announced professional rugby had taken its toll and he had decided to leave.
I’m delighted and proud to have played my part in helping Bristol reach their goal of getting back to the Aviva Premiership after a seven year absence.
However, it’s been a tough three years with some highs and lows and professional rugby takes its toll, especially on the family who have remained living in Wales.
I’d like to thank everyone involved with Bristol for some great memories and wish them all the best for the future but I now look forward to pursuing some new and exciting challenges.
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Bristol Rugby thanked Sean for his "significant contribution" to the environment at the Club but added with a tough Aviva Premiership campaign ahead they felt now was the right time to restructure their coaching department.
Sean leaves with our very best wishes and we wish him success in the next chapter of his career.
Many Bristol Rugby fans will be nursing sore heads today as they celebrate their team's promotion.
A nail biting second half saw a flurry of tries and a very close score line, but Bristol came out triumphant in the end.
Our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth caught up with a few after the match: