Recap all of Saturday’s Gallagher Premiership action as Bath and London Irish won on the road, while Saracens and Leicester Tigers picked up home wins… Worcester 21-22 BathBath continued their move towards the Gallagher Premiership play-off positions by beating Worcester 22-21 at Sixways.Worcester had a chance to win it with the game’s final kick, but full-back Chris Pennell’s 55-metre effort drifted wide. That was tight but the Blue Black and White come away with the win! pic.twitter.com/VjeP11KEdl— Bath Rugby (@bathrugby) February 15, 2020 Although Storm Dennis did not arrive during the game, Bath’s forwards provided sufficient ferocity to knock Worcester out of their stride.Number eight Zach Mercer, flanker Francois Louw and lock Josh McNally all scored tries, while fly-half Rhys Priestland kicked two conversions and a penalty.Harlequins 15-29 London IrishCurtis Rona crossed for a double as London Irish secured back-to-back away wins in the Gallagher Premiership for the first time in six years with an impressive 29-15 victory at Harlequins. FULL-TIME: @Harlequins 15 – 29 London Irish#HARvLIR pic.twitter.com/H4fNa2Miqd— London Irish (@LiRFC) February 15, 2020 In miserable conditions at the Stoop, the Exiles made the most of Storm Dennis blowing at their backs in the first half as Matt Rogerson and… Read full this story
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