The tenth date of the English tournament was closed and left different interesting results to review: Gloucester, with Alemanno and Santiago Socino, beat Bristol 27-10. On the other hand, with a Augustine Creevy’s try, London Irish beat Newcastle 43-21. What’s more, Worcester beat Wasps 32-31, Northampton beat Bath 40-19 and Exeter Chiefs won 18-15 against Saracens, newly promoted team. The date closed with victory of the Leicester from Julián Montoya and Matías Moroni in view of Harlequins by 16-14.
LEICESTER 16-14 HARLEQUINS
Leicester knew how to carry the driving of the match from the start against him last Premiership champion. The local team just managed to reach the ingoal from Harlequins in the opening minutes of the second half with a excellent assist from Ben Youngs for Harry Potter. Later, Louis lynagh discounted for the visiting team that he did not know how to generate many dangerous chances and with the hits to the sticks of George Ford, The Tigers took the game by 16-14. Julián Montoya and Matías Moroni played the whole game, while Santiago Garcia-Botta did not add minutes.
LONDON IRISH 43-21 NEWCASTLE (Saturday)
The local monopolized the meeting in the Brentford Community Stadium by leaving no chance of winning Newcastle. Although the visitors tried to fight, the homeowners knew how to neutralize the attacks and beat the Falcons on points with six tries. Agustin Creevy, Ollie Hassell-Collins (two), Steve Mafi and Kyle Rowe were the autories and thus Irish achieved a victory needed at this stage of the contest. For its part, Sean Robinson, Callum Chick, and Adam RadwaAt the end, they left Dave Walder’s Newcastle with 21 points. Juan Martín González debuted at the premises the second half when he entered the Final 17 Minutes by Tom Pearson and had a good performance with a amazing fishing.
NORTHAMPTON 40-19 BATH (Saturday)
Northampton had an incredible meeting in the Franklin’s Garden Stadium with six tries in the whole match. Bath was not firm and the locals knew how to break the defensive line on several occasions. Rory Hutchinson he scored at the minute of play to celebrate the first try of the match. Juarno Augustus (two), Courtnall Skosan (two) and Tommy Freeman were in charge of giving this broad victory to the group led by Chris boyd. Secondly, Sam Underhill, Lewis Boyce and Will Stuart discounted for the defeated team.
WORCESTER 32-31 WASPS (Saturday)
Despite Wasps kept possession of the ball and territory, Worcester he took the opportunities that came his way. Gfareth simpson He was the one who started the try early after three minutes of play for the locals. Later, Vaea Fifita equaled the situation in the Sixways Stadium. Nevertheless, Duhan van der merwe put Worcester in the lead again, although, quickly, Dan frost frustrated the partial victory of the local team. In the complementary stage, Waps defense started asleep and he wore the try by Will Chudley. As the minutes go by, the visiting team gained strength and began to own the party. Frost scored his second try of the day and about the end Sam Wolstenholme and Tom Willis They left one point away from the tie with Wasps.
EXETER CHIEFS 18-15 SARACENS (Saturday)
Exeter dominated the game throughout the match. In this way, he made it impossible for Saracens to achieve constant attacks to reach the ingoal of Chiefs. Despite the defeat of the visiting team, they had a outstanding defense performance when specifying a total of 142 tackles over 90 of the premises. Nonetheless, Tom O’Flaherty was the first and only Exeter player to score a try to give victory to the team led by Rob Baxter.
GLOUCESTER 10-27 BRISTOL (Friday)
During an even first half, neither of the English teams stood out in what began with annotations via sticks by both. Bristol board He seemed unable to specify some situations, which if he could do a Gloucester with more vertical attack. For the complement, the input of Semi Radradra during the visit he energized the game of his own, but the local bet on efficiency to stay with the victory at home.