It continues to play the date 20 of the English Premiership that already has the 4 classified to the semifinals. Harlequins, with a try from Martín Landajo, beat Bath and closed the ticket to the definition of the tournament. The Quins join Bristol, Exeter and Sale. Thomas Lavanini’s Leicester visits Worcester. Later, Northampton beat Wasps, and to close the date on Sunday, Exeter Chiefs, with Facundo Cordero as the starter, was overwhelmingly imposed on Newcastle.
At the start of the day on Friday, the Gloucester by Santiago Carreras and Santiago Socino turned it around at the end and beat the London Irish 30-28 from Agustín Creevy and Facundo Gigena. For his part, Sale defeated 22-12 at Bristol of Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, who returned after his injury.
EXETER 74-3 NEWCASTLE (Sunday)
A dozen tries scored by the Chiefs who had no mercy against the Falcons, who only added three points through a Toby Flood penalty (7 ‘). The conquests of the team that had Facundo Cordero as the starter were Sam Skinner (3 ‘), Sam Simmonds (19’), Alex Cuthbert (30 ‘), Henry Slade (34’ and 53 ‘), Jacques Vermeulen (40’ and 44 ‘), Joe Simmonds (56’), Dave Ewers (63 ‘), Stuart Hogg (68’), Harvey Skinner (72 ‘) and Tom O’Flaherty (78’). Marías Orlando and Mateo Carreras were not among those called up by Newcastle for this Premiership match.
HARLEQUINS 44-30 BATH (Saturday)
Triumph and qualification to the semifinals for Harlequins that had the entry of Martín Landajo, who scored the last try of the match. Santiago García Botta also entered the party’s epilogue. The other conquests came through Jack Kenningham, Danny Care, Joe Marchant, Luke Northmore, and Stephan Lewies. Marcus Smith contributed four conversions and two penalties. For the visitors there were tries by Josh McNally, Will Muir and Josh Bayliss, while Rhys Priestland was present on two conversions and three penalties.
WORCESTER 17-18 LEICESTER (Saturday)
With the entry of Tomás Lavanini at 21 ‘of the complement, the Tigers want to finish as high as possible. They brought a victory against the last of the standings that had an uncertain result until the end of the match. Ellis Genge was the hero of the afternoon with two tries and Zack Henry rounded off the victory with a conversion and two penalties. In the Warriors Ted Hill and Jamie Shillcock reached the ingoal and the last one was in charge of the two conversions and a penalty.
NORTHAMPTON 30-25 WASPS (Saturday)
With the result and the classification of Harlequins, the Saints already without chances of entering the semifinals, did their homework and also beat the Londoners who were far this season from fighting above. Samuel Matavesi, Tom Wood and a penalty try were the conquests and Dan Biggan crowned the victory with two conversions and three penalties. For the visitors the tries came with Dan Robson, Brad Shields and Tom Willis. Jacob Umaga hit a conversion and two penalties and Charlie Atkinson 1 conversion.
GLOUCESTER 30-28 LONDON IRISH (Friday)
Santiago Carreras was one of the figures of the match after a try at the start of the match. The protagonism was shared by both, but London Irish knew how to carry the game forward, but Billy Twelvetrees became his nightmare with an incredible kick in the 81st minute. In that way he turned the game around. Kyle Moyle and Louis Rees-Zammit were the remaining authors for Gloucester. On the visitors’ side, Willliam Goodrick-Clarke, Curtis ROna and Albert Tuisue, gave him the tries that were not enough to take the units. The Argentine wing left after 54 minutes of the game. The London Irish hooker was replaced at 42. Facundo Gigena entered at 56 and Santaigo Socino two minutes later.
SALE SHARKS 22-12 BRISTOL (Friday)
The drought of ownership points in the first half and without many risky moves for the ingoal. However, the points began to arrive by going from the hands of the clock. Ben Earl released the first try four minutes into the supplementary stage and Ioan Lloyd discounted with one more at the end. Robert and Daniel du Preez each converted a conquest for Sale and Curtis Langdon sentenced the wide victory and wants to touch the heels of Bristol that takes him eight points to two dates that the regular phase is finished. Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro played the final 25 minutes for the Bears.