Despite the scores being level on several occasions, the Bears came out on top under the Saturday night lights.
Louie Trevett claimed a double for the Cubs, whilst Sonny Davis and Louis Nancekivell also scored.
It was the visitors who opened the scoring through Sam Kerr. The home side responded soon after when Davis punched over the try line. Neither side converted their tries.
Both sides lost their hookers to the sin bin in quick succession. Quins were first to go down to 14. Bears capitalised on the player advantage, Trevett dotted down close to the posts and Fin Fielder slotted the extras.
Quins returned the compliment when the Cubs went down to 14, Theo Currie with their second.
Ted Phillips made a fantastic break which led to Trevett’s double. The Cubs went in at the break 17-12 ahead.
The visitors scored first in the second half, Will Peart-Smith ran over in the corner.
The space opened up for Nancekivell and the winger switched on the afterburners to stretch the Cubs’ lead. Fielder converted.
Tom Humphreys brought Quins to within two, but a solid final defensive effort from the Cubs handed them the victory.
Bristol Bears: 15. Jake Smith (Collegiate & Chew Valley RFC), 14. Louis Nancekivell (Bristol Grammar School), 13. Isaac Campbell-Wu (Clifton College & Clifton RFC), 12. Jacob Mitchell (Clifton College), 11. Tom Ormsby (Redland Green & Dings Crusaders), 10. Fin Fielder (Clifton College & Chippenham RFC), 9. Sam Morton-Smith (Hartpury College & Edenbridge); 1. Louie Trevett (Clifton College & St Albans RFC), 2. Oscar Simms-Preston (SGS College), 3. George Payne (Clifton College & Clifton RFC), 4. Ollie Thraves (QEH & St Brendan’s RFC), 5. Joachim Hullah (SGS College & Hornets RFC), 6. Joe Wooler (Clifton College & Chew Valley RFC), 7. Sonny Davis (SGS College & Hornets RFC), 8. Tom Gardner (Clifton College & Tondu RFC).
Replacements: 16. Arthur Davis (SGS College & Cleve RFC), 17. Louis White (Collegiate & Chew Valley RFC), 18. Kenzie Jenkins (Coleg y Cymoedd & Mountain Ash RFC), 19. Archie Prewett (SGS College), 20. Jamie Howick (Wellington School), 21. Ted Phillips (Clifton College), 22. Eamonn Rogers (Clifton College).