The second date of the England Premiership and Leicester Keep on the right foot firmly. He defeated 33 to 26 a Gloucester in the only meeting on Friday. Saturday Bath Rugby fell 13-20 to Newcastle Falcons, and Exeter chiefs 24 to 26 opposite Northampton Saints. The current champion Harlequins remains firm and beat 35 to 29 a Worcester Warriors, and Wasps 44 to 8 a Bristol Bears. On Sunday he closed with a try by Agustín Creevy for the London Irish draw against Sale Sharks 31-31.
GLOUCESTER RUGBY 26 – 33 LEICESTER TIGERS (Friday)
In the only game of the day, Leicester managed to take the away game against Gloucester 33-26. The Tigers took the initiative and with two penalties converted by George Ford opened the scoring on Friday afternoon. Harry Wells’s try a few minutes later began to put the match on track, but the local team reacted quickly and, thanks to Fraser Balmain, they scored the first try. What remained of the game was a string of tries for both teams, but first-half penalties by the Tigers made the difference to win the game.
BATH 13-20 NEWCASTLE FALCONS (Saturday)
Adam Radwan, Iwan Stephens and George MCGuigan were in charge of supporting the visiting team, who achieved their first victory in the tournament. Max Ojomoh’s try and Orlando Bailey’s penalties were not enough for Bath to take the win on this date.
EXETER CHIEFS 24-26 NORTHAMPTON SAINTS (Saturday)
In a very even game, Northampton managed to take the victory at Sandy Park. The local team, which had the presence of Facundo Cordero from the start, took the initiative in the match with two tries in a row by Don Armand and Jack Maunder, but failed to stand up to their people. Again the kicks of George Furbank were present in the victory of the visitor, this time in the last minute of the match to culminate 26 to 24.
WASPS 44-8 BRISTOL BEARS (Saturday)
Wasps went strong at home in his first game of the season. Although Callum Sheedy opened the scoring with a penalty for the Bristol Bears, the homeowner’s forceful attack was the key to taking the win on his first date. Brad Shields, Tom Willis, Zach Kibirige and rookies Ali Crossdale and Dan Frost were in charge of scoring at the Bristol ingoal.
HARLEQUINS 35-29 WORCESTER WARRIORS (Saturday)
The current champion remains firm in the tournament. Louis Lynagh, Alex Dombrandt, Joe Marchant, Cadan Murley and Dino Lamb were in charge of supporting the winner. On the visiting side, Ollie Lawrence, Willi Heinz, Will Chudley and Marc Thomas scored the tries, but Harlequins was superior and celebrated with his people on the return to the Stoop.
LONDON IRISH 31-31 SALE SHARKS (Sunday)
Sale started with a monopoly of game. He kept almost half of the first half to London Irish on its territory. In less than 13 minutes, the local team had committed four penalties. AJ MacGinty and Marland Yarde were the authors initials of the tries. Later, Ben white came to reduce the account. Sam james did his thing to further stretch the away team’s lead. Nevertheless, Agustín Creevy dyed the ingoal light blue and white. First he threw a, spectacular, offload and then he took the ball from a ruck to dive into the ingoal. After, Will cliff would give a new smile to Sharks to carry the score forward and go into halftime with a partial victory. In the second half, Irish started with two wonderful conquests of Tom Parton and the dream of matching the score was just a try and conversion away. Curtis rona He was in charge of making the local wish come true. Nonetheless, Paddy jackson had the chance to to win with a penal from behind the court, but tHe hit the stick and they finished 31-31.