Sunday, March 10, 2019

Europe WRap: only Gallagher as Pro14 and T14 off


Europe WRap 3.8-3.10: Gallagher, Guinness and T14
6             penalties struck by home 10, Rhys Priestland, against 3 by traveling 11, Alex Lozowski, and Bath dropped Saracens at the Rec, 18-9; Corsairs left pining for a number of players on duty with Men of the Rose this day;
            try Sale Sharks did precisely what was necessary in leveling Leicester Tigers at Salford City, 32-5, and The Dime’s boys got the nickel in AJ Bell Friday night; Carnivores of the Sea yet innit;
1             the measure of separation after a three-pointer coolly collected by Newcastle sharpshooter, Brett Connon, in the second minute of overtime and Falcons got the surprising road win over Wasps at the Ricoh, 20-19; cellar dwellers could climb from the relegation station next week;
4             buttery hued notes for homeboys badboys in a 9-minute interval between ’72 and ’81 ultimately resulted in a touch down by travelers 22 years old 13 Piers O’Conor to draw level at 24s, and the subsequent 87th minute conversion by relief 10, Ian Madigan, and Bristol Bears were handed the victory by an obstreperous and unsaintly Northampton XV at Franklin’s Gardens, 26-24;
            try Exeter nearly squandered the match, allowing 12 unanswered in the last quarter, yet held on for the 33-30 traveling happy over Worcester Warriors at Sixways;
29           and 0 the tallies at Twickers before home XV was able to ground in the 75th minute, but Gloucester got the important traveling win at 29-7 over Harlequins;
Guinness Pro14 are on the bye for the fortnight
Top14, they’re on the bye, too, but just for this weekend


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