BUCS Super Rugby Team Bath 21 Hartpury University 15

Team Bath Hartpury 270123  rugbyAaron James praised his Team Bath side as they overcame a tough test from Hartpury to complete a BUCS Super Rugby league double over their regional rivals.

Converted tries from Duncan Hood, Ellis Horgan and Archie Griffin gave the Bath Building Society-sponsored men’s 1st XV a 21-15 victory in a stop-start match played on the artificial surface at Dings Crusaders RFC in Bristol.


PREMIERSHIP FINAL Exeter 38 Harlequins 40

Louis Lynagh’s scored two late tries as Harlequins pipped Exeter 40-38 in a pulsating Premiership final at Twickenham.

Quins trailed by five points before Lynagh’s 73rd and 76th minute tries put the London side in the lead for a final time.


WOMENS RUGBY Albion Ladies 30 Teddington Antlers 17

Sophie Tansley Albion Ladies image courtesy copyright Daz HandsPlymouth Albion Ladies 30 Teddington Antlers 17 (HT 15-12)

An injury-affected Plymouth Albion Ladies produced a superb team performance to defeat their obdurate visitors in a free-flowing RFUW Championship South West 2 encounter at The Brickfields.

Albion began strongly with number eight Sophie Tansley scoring the game's opening try after just two minutes.


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.


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.


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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