Gallagher Premiership on Saturday round-up | Rugby Union News

Gallagher Premiership on Saturday round-up |  Rugby Union News

Kyle Rowe’s hat-trick helped London Irish fight back draw with Saracens

We round up all of the action of the four of Saturday matches in the Gallagher Premiership…

Bristol Bears 27-5 Worcester Warriors

Toby Fricker scored two tries and Bristol took care of Worcester extended their miserable way record as they crashed into defeat at Ashton Gate.

The Warriors don’t have won away in each competition since beating London Irish at the Stoop in September 2020, but if they had taken their chance, they certainly could have done it run the home side a lot closer.

Even though I have the lions share of possession and territory, Warriors could only make one attempt from Noah Heward, while the powerful Bristol scored four to take the bonus point.

Sam Jeffries and Tom Whiteley added to Fricker’s double, with Callum Sheedy kicks a penalty and two conversions.

Saracens 34-34 London Irish

A Kyle Rowe hat-trick set the stage for 14-man London Irish take sensational 34-34 draw against Saracens in Stone X Stadium.

The exiles were standing 34-8 . behind with 18 minutes left after losing Adam Coleman to a first-half red card, but on the one of came another way back until earn A draw, with Rory Jennings kicks the final conversion to seal the comeback.

Tom Wolstencroft’s effort had put Saracens ahead, followed by Paddy Jackson and Alex Lozowski die exchanged penalties before Coleman was sent off for a high tackle.

Two attempts either side of half time of Rotimi Segun seemingly helped to place Sarries in control, followed by Ben Earl die the bonus point and Mako Vunipola goes over to have Rowe’s sandwich first.

There seemed no way back for the exiles, but Rowe stuck over again and that was followed by scores by Nick Phipps and Matth Rogerson, setting up a grandstand finish die saw the winger? complete his hat-trick and Jennings earn to be side An share of the loot.

Sale Sharks 30-6 Northampton Saints

AJ MacGinty claimed 15 points if sale relaxed past Northampton 30-6 in the Gallagher Premiership in a rainy AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday night.

Akker Van Der Merwe, Marland Yarde and Jono Ross crossed over while the hosts bounced back of defeats at Leicester and Worcester.

Northampton thoroughly enjoyed it of territory and possession, but they were rebuffed by a determined sales defense, die refused to offer holes for the route side exploit.

The Saints – Missing 23 players because of injury and international duty – ended the evening with just two James Grayson sentences for show for their efforts.

Northampton had also dealt a triple blow for the kick-off as Fraser Dingwall, Teimana Harrison and Juarno Augustus were forced to withdraw from the squad due to: injury.

Exeter Chiefs 14-15 Newcastle Falcons

Newcastle earned their first win at Exeter on the 14th attempt as Brett Connon’s late penalty surprised the chiefs.

It was a third defeat in four home games for the Devon side, following on of their losses to Northampton and London Irish.

George McGuigan’s attempt at a line-out and Joel Hodgson’s conversion put the Falcons in for, but Joe Simmonds – playing Bee full-back – pulled Exeter level on the stroke of half time with an attempt huh also converted.

Don Armand forced his way over for a converted attempt to the Chiefs 10 minutes in the second half to put them first, but die by Jack Nowell? yellow card for a deliberate knockon left them temporarily down up to 14 men.

An unconverted attempt by Ben Stevenson after a driving maul gave Newcastle hope, and while Hodgson both saved the conversion and a penalty then Connon stepped up the grab win when the Chiefs committed a 45-yard violation out with eight minutes to go.

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