Premiership: with Santiago Socino and Santiago Carreras, Gloucester beat Newcastle from Matías Orlando

Premiership: with Santiago Socino and Santiago Carreras, Gloucester beat Newcastle from Matías Orlando

The date 17 of the Premiership opened on Friday with a great match that faced the leader Bristol board with his escort Exeter. It was Chiefs win 20-12 as a visitor and without the presence of Facundo Cordero.

The day Saturday there were four clashes. The London irish from Agustín Creevy and Facundo Gigena, both of them Headlines, fell 25-21 against Harlequins, which had Martin Landajo in the substitute bank. With Santiago Carreras and Santiago Socino entering from the bank, Gloucester defeated at home 35-24 a Newcastle Falcons, which had Matías Orlando in the initial XV but no to Mateo Carreras, in a duel for the bottom of the table. What’s more, Sharks out was imposed in a great match Worcester 35-32 Y Leicester, with Tomás Lavanini entering from the bench, could not against Northampton as a local.

The Sunday, Wasps Y Bath they will put the clasp to the date.

The local team, which had Agustín Creevy and Facundo Gigena from the start, could not face the Quins. Paddy Jackson scored three penalties and a conversion, while Ben Loader and Ollie Hassell-Collins supported the tries. On the side of the winner, who had Martín Landajo on the bench and did not enter, Mike Brown, Cadan Murley and Marcus Smith were the authors of the conquests, while Smith himself hit two penalties and two conversions.

With Matías Orlando as the starter, the Falcons couldn’t on their visit to Gloucester. The venue, where Santiago Socino and Santiago Carreras entered from the substitute bench, prevailed thanks to the tries of Louis Rees-Zammit, Ruan Ackermann, Willi Heinz in duplicate and Lloyd Evans, the four conversions of Lloyd Evans and another of Billy Twelvetrees . In the visit with Matías Orlando from the start, Callum Chick twice and George McGuigan scored the conquests, while Brett Connon scored all three conversions and a penalty.

WORCESTER 32-35 SALE (Saturday)
In a vibrant encounter, the Sharks turned it around and took a big win away from home. Connor Doherty, Byron McGuigan, Arron Reed, Coenie Oosthuizen and Daniel du Preez scored the winner’s tries, while AJ MacGinty made four conversions and Kieran Wilkinson another. In the Warriors, two players were the main protagonists: Francois Hougaard scored a hat-trick and Jamie Shillcock supported once and collaborated with two penalties and three conversions.

Despite the two tries by Nemani Nadolo and the conversion and two penalties by George Ford, the Tigers could not and lost at home to the Saints. For these, David Ribbans, Rory Hutchinson and Samuel Matavesi scored the conquests, while Dan Biggar was the author of a conversion and two penalties. Tomás Lavanini was the only Argentine who participated in the meeting when he entered the complement from the bench.

BRISTOL 12-20 EXETER (Friday)
Without counting on the Argentine Facundo Cordero, the Chiefs prevailed over the leader in a compelling game. For the visit, the tries were scored by Sam Skinner, Tom O’Flaherty and Jacques Vermuelen, while Joe Simmonds scored a conversion and a penalty. On the Bears side, the conquests were supported by Andy Uren and Luke Morahan and Ioan Lloyd hit one of those posts to the sticks.

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