Leicester advanced to the Challenge Cup grand final by defeating in his stadium Ulster 33-24 in an exciting match. Matías Moroni was headline and a key piece, while Tomás Lavanini entered the complement. The other key, without Argentines among its ranks, provided a very tight and even match between Bath and Montpellier, which ended with a victory for France by 19 to 10.
BATH 10-19 MONTPELLIER (Saturday)
Montpellier took a laborious victory and will go in search of the title. Although the French team did not have the best start, giving up a try in the first minutes of the game, they were able to rebuild themselves and achieved victory to reach the final of the tournament. At the local, Tom Dunn supported the first victory of the game, converted by Ben Spencer, who also added a conversion and a penalty. For the visit, Yacouba Camara was the one who reached the ingoal, while Benoit Paillaugue added a conversion and three penalties.
LEICESTER 33-24 ULSTER (Friday)
Leicester got a triumph to get into the grand final of the contest to go for the title. Matías Moroni, with two great catches and an assist for Guy Porter’s final try, was essential for the victory, while Lavanini entered the second stage. Wiese (44 ‘), Genge (52’), and Porter (73 ‘) supported the conquests for the local, while George Ford added three penalties and the same number of conversions.