Worcester Warriors v Northampton Saints
Northampton Saints put their shoulders to the wheel to grind out a tough win against Worcester Warriors, thereby putting an end to their 4 match losing streak.
Worcester Warriors 10
Tries: Ollie Lawrence
Conversions: Jono Lance
Penalties: Jono Lance
Northampton Saints 16
Tries: Mikey Haywood
Conversions: James Grayson
Penalties: James Grayson (3)
WHAT A COVER TACKLE! 🔥— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) March 6, 2020
Cobus Reinach ❤️ a try saving moment...
He slapped that one away! 👏👏 pic.twitter.com/fLjhxnBl3h
Sale Sharks v London Irish
Sale Sharks’ bench kicked them into gear, turning 15-0 after 55 minutes into a 39-0 thrashing of London Irish at the AJ Bell Stadium. Faf De Klerk injected new energy into the backs off the bench, as did fellow South African Lood de Jager in the forwards for Sale.
Sale Sharks 39
Tries: Sam James, Luke James, Rob Webber, Denny Solomona, Byron McGuigan
Conversions: Robert Du Preez (3)
Penalties: Robert Du Preez (1)
Saracens v Leicester
Saracens managed to turn a 13-7 deficit into a 24-13 victory over Leicester Tigers with a commanding second half performance Allianz Park.
Tries: Alex Lewington (2), Dom Morris
Conversions: Manu Vunipola (3)
Penalties: Manu Vunipola (1)
Tries: Ben White
Conversions: Tom Hardwick
Penalties: Tom Hardwick (2)
Wasps v Gloucester
Wasps outscored Gloucester 5 tries to 4 in a clinical display securing a valuable win at Ricoh Arena. Wasps were far better in the first half, scoring 4 of their 5 tries before losing momentum somewhat in the second stanza.
Tries: Jack Willis, Josh Bassett, Jacob Umaga, Nizaam Carr, Malakai Fekitoa
Conversions: Jimmy Gopperth (4)
Penalties: Jimmy Gopperth (1)
Drop goals: Dan Robson
Tries: Tom Marshall, Ollie Thorley, Billy Twelvetrees, Lloyd Evans
Conversions: Billy Twelvetrees
Exeter Chiefs v Bath
Exeter showed why are sitting top of the Gallagher Premiership table with a dominant performance against Bath. The home side were on the board early after a Tom O’Flaherty try and never looked back. Bath did well to post 20 points in a game they never really looked like winning.
Exeter Chiefs 57
Tries: Tom O’Flaherty, Ollie Woodburn (2), Sam Simmonds (2), Jannes Kirsten, Elvis Taione, Jack Maunder
Conversions: Joe Simmonds (5), Gareth Steenson (2)
Penalties: Joe Simmonds (1)
Tries: Zach Mercer, Max Wright, Ruaridh McConnochie
Conversions: Freddie Burns
Penalties: Rhys Priestland
Bristol v Harlequins
Bristol secured their fifth consecutive win as they downed Harlequins 28-15 at Ashton Gate. The Bristol attack was led by Luke Morahan who came away with a brace of tries. Bristol were tryless in the second half, their only points coming from a penalty kick from. Quins dotted down once in the second stanza but Bristol made sure a possible comeback was not on the cards andmanaged to close the game out in their favour.
Round 14 Fixtures