Premiership: Creevy scored a try again and London Irish beat Exeter

Premiership: Creevy scored a try again and London Irish beat Exeter

The sixth date of the Premiership started with a win by the hand of the Northampton by Dan Biggar on Worcester 66-10. Later, London Irish claimed their first victory of the tournament by defeating Exeter Chiefs 33-21 on a try by Agustín Creevy. The defending champion Harlequins got a win over Bath 31-17, in which Santiago Garcia Botta entered the final minutes. For its part, Gloucester beat Newcastle 29-20 with Matías Alemanno as starter and Santiago Socino and Santiago Carreras entering the complementary stage, while Mateo Carreras was in the Falcons’ starting XV. Finally, Leicester defeated Sale Sharks 19-11 with Julián Montoya from the start and Matías Moroni stepped onto the court in the second half. On Sunday, they will close the Saracens match against Wasps.

Worcester suffered the fall of a drizzle from tries that did not stop in the 80 minutes of play. The possession was mostly from the local who, despite having made the decision to propose a more aerial game, was able to take the initiative and score ten conquests total: Courtnall Skosan (hat-trick), Tommy Freeman (two), Axel Mitchell (two), Dan Biggar, Rory Hutchinson and Api Ratuniyarawa. On the part of the visiting team, Will chudley was the only one who scored points by scoring from the ingoal

By fifth consecutive match, Agustin Creevy he scored a try and served as the first victory in the contest for London Irish. Despite this feat, he had to leave at 16 minutes due to a blow to the head and did not return. His team maintained possession and found a way to break through Exeter’s defensive lines, which did not have a good afternoon. Curtis rona he was one of those who went bankrupt and managed to score for the visitors. Benhard van Jansen Rensburg, Ben Loader and Ollie Hassell-Collins they were the authors of the remaining conquests in the triumph of the visit. On the other hand, Chiefs knew how to compose himself at a stage in the Sandy Park with the conquests of Will Witty, Stuart Hogg and Jack Nowell, but it did not reach and it took its third defeat in the contest.

HARLEQUINS 31-17 BATH (Saturday)
In Twickenham, Harlequins became strong with the ball and went forward from the start, so that Andre Esterhuizen scores a double. Sam Underhill and Will Stuart turned the game around momentarily. In the second half, Marcus Smith billed for the locals and at the end, hoping to win, Bath set about tackling, but the group led by Conor O’Shea achieved victory with two conquests by Joe Marchant. Santiago Garcia-Botta He entered the first half, by temporary change, and then at the final five minutes.

Both teams started with a game stuck in the middle of the court without clear attacks. The tackles They were one of the keys to this game, with few errors in defense but not offensively. In the first half, the ingoals were clean. However, just at 49, Hanro liebenberg inaugurated with a try to put Leicester on top. For its part, Curtis langdon discounted on the end for Sale Sharks, who failed to put up a solid attack. In the Tigers, Julián Montoya played most of the game and Matías Moroni entered in the 66th minute.

Gloucester put forth an unshakable defense and it was. Tackleó 188 times, one hundred less than Newcastle. He did not get the most possession of the ball and territory of the match, but with tries by Val Rapava-Ruskin and Jonny May, the home team was able to get the victory. The set in which Matías Alemanno He started and took the few opportunities that came his way and managed to win at Kingsholm. Santiago Carreras and Santiago Socino entered the second half, while Mateo Carreras played from the start for the Falcons.

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