Aviva Premiership – 4 kolejka

Wyniki 4-tej kolejki angielskiej Aviva Premiership:

Sale Sharks 19:29 London Welsh

Sale pkt: Danny Cipriani 9 (3k), Tom Brady 5 (1P), Nick McLeod 5 (1pd, 1k)

Welsh pkt: Gordon Ross 19 (2pd, 5k), Jonathan Mills 5 (1P), Edward Jackson 5 (1P)

London Irish 29:22 Bath

Irish pkt: Steve Shingler 19 (2pd, 5k), Halani Aulika 5 (1P), Jonathan Joseph 5 (1P)

Bath pkt: Olly Barkley 17 (1pd, 5k), Kyle Eastmond 5 (1P)

Żółta kartka: Jamie Gibson (Irish – 51 min)

Northampton Saints 37:31 Worcester Warriors

Northampton pkt: Stephen Myler 12 (3pd, 2k), Luther Burrell 10 (2P), Vasily Artemiev 5 (1P), Courtney Lawes 5 (1P), Michael Haywood 5 (1P)

Worcester pkt: Andy Goode 14 (1pd, 4k), Jonny Arr 5 (1P), Josh Matavesi 5 (1P), Matt Kvesic 5 (1P), John Drauniniu 5 (1P)

Gloucester 29:22 London Wasps

Gloucester pkt: Freddie Burns 19 (2pd, 5k), James Simpson-Daniel 5 (1P), Sione Kalamafoni 5 (1P)

Wasps pkt: Stephen Jones 11 (1pd, 3k), Elliott Daly 5 (1P), Chris Bell 3 (1k), Nicky Robinson 3 (1k)

Żółta kartka: Marco Wentzel (Wasps – 62 min)

Leicester Tigers 9:22 Harlequins

Leicster pkt: Toby Flood 9 (3k)

Harlequins pkt: Nick Evans 14 (1pd, 4k), Tom Williams 5 (1P), Danny Care 3 (1dg)

Exeter Chiefs 14:12 Saracens

Exeter pkt: Ignacio Mieres 9 (3k), Sireli Naqelevuki 5 (1P)

Saracens pkt: Owen Farrell 12 (4k)

Żółte kartki: Kelly Brown (Saracens – 28 min), Chris Ashton (Saracens – 49 min), Chris Whitehead (Exeter – 60 min)

Tabela:

1.Harlequins 4 4 0 0 141 66 3 19
2.Northampton 4 4 0 0 103 85 2 18
3.Saracens 4 2 1 1 84 42 2 12
4.Leicester 4 2 1 1 90 70 2 12
5.Exeter 4 2 0 2 102 67 3 11
6.Gloucester 4 2 1 1 104 93 1 11
7.Bath 4 2 0 2 90 93 2 10
8.Wasps 4 1 0 3 128 115 5 9
9.Welsh 4 2 0 2 70 121 0 8
10.Worcester 4 0 1 3 96 111 3 5
11.Irish 4 1 0 3 77 145 0 4
12.Sale 4 0 0 4 55 132 1 1

NAJWIĘCEJ PUNKTÓW:

65 – Olly Barkley (Bath)
63 – Freddie Burns (Gloucester)
63 – Nick Evans (Harlequins)
56 – Andy Goode (Worcester)
44 – Steve Shingler (London Irish)

NAJWIĘCEJ PRZYŁOŻEŃ:

4 – Tom Varndell (Wasps)
4 – Matt Jess (Exeter)