Premiership: despite Montoya's try, Leicester fell and lost undefeated

This Saturday part of the 12th date of the Premiership. Saracens could not with Gloucester, losing the game by the slightest difference 25 to 24. In the latter they were headlines Matías Alemanno and Santiago Carreras and entered the second half Santiago Socino. For its part, Newcastle Falcons with Matias Orlando Y Mateo Carreras in the starting team, he fell by a landslide to Northampton Saints 44 to 8. What’s more, el champion Harlequins, which had Santiago Garcia Botta in the bank, he beat him 14-12 to the Exeter from Facundo Cordero. This Sunday, with a try of Julián Montoya was not enough Y Leicester lost to Wasps 16-13 with Matias Moroni entering from the reserve bank. While Bath won his first game of the season for 22-19 in view of Worcester.

WASPS 16-13 LEICESTER (Sunday)

Julian Montoya was headline and planted flag for Leicester, while Matías Moroni entered the second half. However, that was not enough for Wasps cut the magnificent streak of thirteen victories in a row between the Premiership and Champions Cup to the leaders. The conquest of the Argentine and some penalties from George Ford in the first half it was the only thing they could do the tigers to keep the undefeated alive. The local team scored a penalty try and nothing else in the entire first half, although in the second half, cwith three kicks to the sticks of Jimmy Gopperth, Wasps recovered and managed to place almost half of the table.

BATH 22-19 WORCESTER (Sunday)

Bath he did it and gotfinally its long-awaited first win of the season in this contest. The first handicap you received Worcester was the red card Rory Sutherland got at the beginning of the meeting. Consequently, Semesa Rokodugini scored the try for the local set. Later, James shillcock approached the visit on the scoreboard and with Joe Batley and Gareth Simpson, Worcester he went in the first half with a wide difference to be the candidate to win. However, a conquest of Max Ojomoh and Tom de Glanville matched the situation in the Recreation Ground. The hero of the day was Orlando bailey who with his kick ensured Bath’s victory with a penalty and made the team add four for the first time in the Premiership.

SARACENS 24-25 GLOUCESTER (Saturday)

Both teams were sparked throughout the match. Gloucester started out winning the meeting thanks to the try of Fraser Balmain, but two yellow In less than a minute it complicated the course of the first half. This is how he knew how to take advantage of it Saracens, who came to the try three times and went to rest with a yellow. In a game with a lot of sleight of hand, Gloucester responded with a try by Clement and conversions of Hastings. Matías Alemanno and Santiago Carreras were headlines, while Santiago Socino entered in the second half.

NEWCASTLE 8-44 NORTHAMPTON (Saturday)

The party was completely of the visitor. Northampton never gave the Falcons respite they didn’t find their game. The tries of Collins, Skosan, Matavesi, Furbank and James followed by the big kick of Dan biggar They took a firm step for the visitors to win the match with a bonus point. For those from Newcastle he was able to discount with a try Byron McGuigan. In the titular set, both Matías Orlando as Mateo Carreras they were from the start.

HARLEQUINS 14-12 EXETER CHIEFS (Saturday)

At Twickenham Stoop, Harlequins and Exeter lived a day to pure try, but only one was victorious. The match started with a Harlequins conquest through their second center Luke northmore. Exeter chiefs he was slow to react but finally he did it thanks to Henry slade and a good sleight of hand. The first half ended with a red card to Alec Hepburn but that did not generate conflicts for the visiting team that reached the try first in the second half. Harlequins attacked with great force and got the try in the last minutes of the match through André Esterhuizen. The locals won the game thanks to the efficiency in their opening conversions Marcus Smith.

BRISTOL 32-15 SALE SHARKS (Friday)

At the ashton gate, the Bears got strong and cut the negative streak of four losses in a row. With two tries from Morahan, one from Capon and Uren they were decisive in addition to the three conversions and two penalties from Sheedy. On the visit side, Ashman and Robert du Preez were the ones who marked the conquests and MacGinty collaborated with a conversion and a penalty.