Friday began the date 3 of the Premiership with an agonizing victory of Bristol Bears on Northampton Saints. On Saturday, the date continued with the duel between Leicester-Exeter (Joaquin Diaz Bonilla alternate and Facundo Cordero incumbent) that the Chiefs took, while both Newcastle as Bath they did the same before Wasps Y Worcester respectively. The Sunday live 11.30am, London Irish (Augustine Creevy will be the owner) receives It leaves on ESPN Play already at 1:15 p.m. Y Gloucester-Harlequins (with Santiago Garcia Botta from startup) on ESPN3 and ESPN Play.
LEICESTER TIGERS 13-35 EXETER CHIEFS (Saturday)
Five were the tries that the Chiefs scored, with Facundo Cordero from the start, led by Jack Yeandke (12 ‘), Jannes Kirsten (51’), Ian Whitten (54 ‘), Sam Simmonds (70’) and Ollie Devoto (74 ‘). On the other hand, in the Tigers only Calum Green (35 ‘) could reach the ingoal rival. The owner of the house also had Argentine participation, since at 70 ‘Joaquín Díaz Bonilla replaced Zack Henry. Thanks to the win, Exeter was for the moment the sole leader in the Premiership.
WASPS 17-27 NEWCASTLE FALCONS (Saturday)
He caught up with Newcastle with a fast-paced first half, in which both Adam Radwan (16 ‘), Marco Fuser (34’) and Ben Stevenson (43 ‘) visited their rival. But the key was in the foot of Toby Flood who added a total of twelve points. On the opposite side, Wasps was not precise and could do little despite the tries of Paolo Odogwu (20 ‘), Tom West (63’) and Levi Douglas (81 ‘)
WORCESTER WARRIORS 17-33 BATH (Saturday)
Bath started with everything from minute one against a Worcester that cost him to take the initiative and took too long to wake up. The visiting team had a phenomenal first half and scored three tries through Zach Mercer (20 ‘), Max Wright (27’) and Josh Mcnally (42 ‘). Later, in the complement, the Warriors tried to turn history with the conquests of Perry Humphreys (61 ‘) and Nick David (74’), however Bath was not intimidated and responded by arriving at the ingoal rival of Elliott Stooke (52 ‘) and Semesa Rokoduguni (56’).
BRISTOL BEARS 18-17 NORTHAMPTON SAINTS (Friday)
With a penalty in time served by Sam Bedlow -who also added a conversion-, the local team won by the minimum. The duel was very even, and there were two tries per side: Henry Purdy (19 ‘) and Piers O’Conor (71’) supported for the winner, while for the visit that had started 14-0 up at 15 ‘, David Ribbans and Piers Francis scored, followed by James Grayson with two conversions and a penalty.