Latest from Premiership Rugby. Wasps 44-8 Bristol Bears. Bath Rugby 13-20 Newcastle Falcons. Exeter Chiefs 24-26 Northampton Saints. Gloucester Rugby 26-33 Leicester Tigers.
Jamie Soward (Premiership winner) I think Penrith win this weekend after the relief of getting past Melbourne.
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LOUIS LYNAGH (Harlequins) At the age of 20, Lynagh has already left an indelible mark on Harlequins’ rich history by scoring two late tries that secured a first Premiership rugby title since 2012 as Quins beat Exeter 40-38 at Twickenham in June. The exciting wing is qualified to play for three countries – Italy through birth, England on residency and Australia, with Lynagh’s father Michael an all-time Wallabies great, who helped his country win the 1991 World Cup and amassed 911 Test ...
Bristol's only victory in their last five Premiership games was a narrow 25-20 win at home to Bath in Round Three. Since then the Bears have lost their last two away games and could lose three in succession on their travels for the first time since 2018.
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The 2021–22 Premiership Rugby is the 35th season of the top flight of English domestic rugby union competition and the fourth to be sponsored by Gallagher. It is also the first since 1992–93 to feature thirteen teams. The competition will be broadcast by BT Sport for the ninth successive season.