EXETER CHIEFS eye Premiership points record

Henry Slade 20193070Exeter Chiefs are set to set a new Premiership points record following their seven-try 52-20 mauling of Leicester Tigers at Welford Road.

Chiefs' big win - their 15th in 18 league starts - means they are now on 76 points and fast closing in on Saracens' Premiership record mark 87.

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Bristol claim long-awaited Prem win over Gloucester


Bristol Bears roared up to ninth in the top flight following a long-awaited, paw-biting 28-24 Premiership win over South West rivals Gloucester at Ashton Gate last night.

A fifth Premiership win of the season lifts the Bears up the table and more importantly 13 points clear of bottom club Newcastle Falcons.

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EXETER CHIEFS 11 Saracens 14

Exeter Chiefs crestSaracens strengthened their position at the Premiership summit by edging past Chiefs at windswept Sandy Park. 

A 75th minute Charlie Hodgson penalty, one of three second half kicks for the Premiership's all-time leading scorer, proved to be the difference between the top two sides.

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Gloucestershire U20 56 Berkshire U20 3

Gloucestershire RFU badgeGloucestershire Under 20s scored a 10-try pool four win over 2013 national U20 champions Berkshire at Cinderford RFC.

Full back Jack Skelton’s try put the home side ahead on 17 minutes. Joe Murphy kicked a penalty to reduce the gap to 5-3 on the half hour before Gloucestershire eased further ahead when skipper Lance Randall scored a push-over try close. Skelton converted for a 12-3 interval lead.

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Devon U20 24 Dorset & Wiltshire U20 14

rfu logoDevon face an RFU Under 20 Championship quarter final trip to the cathedral city of Canterbury after toppling hardy Dorset & Wiltshire 24-15 at Topsham RFC.

In a compelling pool 3 match under the Devon sun, the home side sealed victory thanks to tries from Pearce Hancock (2) George Wilson and George deMendonca.

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U20 COUNTY RUGBY All to play for in final pool matches

Gloucestershire under 20 full back Jack Skelton lands stoppage time winner. Picture courtesy & copyright Dave Fox Gloucestershire can still qualify for the 2014 RFU Under 20 County Championship quarter finals following a 16-15 pool four win over Hertfordshire at Cinderford RFC.

Weston-super-Mare full back Jack Skelton landed a stoppage time penalty in driving rain to clinch victory (pictured).

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