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Livestream: Jersey Reds - Doncaster Live TV 16 December 2023


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The young Bath side - who were pushed close by Cornish Pirates last week - remain in third place in Pool C. Ross Vintcent's two tries helped Exeter overcome a half-time deficit to beat Cornish Pirates at Sandy ParkJersey's win was the biggest upset of the afternoon, although not the only unexpected result as Harlequins drew 21-21 at home to Coventry - who had beaten Saracens last week. Quins needed a 78th-minute try from Matas Jurevicius to ensure a share of the points having trailed 21-7 early in the second half to the Championship side. A young Gloucester side won the only all-Premiership tie of the day as they scored five tries at Saracens to win 29-20. The Cherry and Whites had trailed 14-5 at the break, but tries from Louis Hillman-Cooper, Jack Clement, Seb Blake and George Barton secured the win. Pirates TV Microcomms Doncaster Knights Pre Match Interview with Louie Tonkin. Ampthill v Jersey Reds v Cornish Pirates TRYlights. Microcomms Jersey Reds Pre Match ... Premiership Rugby Cup: Jersey Reds beat top-flight Bath 16 Sept 2023 — Hadfield's second score was a carbon copy of his first as Jersey secured maximum points from their first two Premiership Rugby Cup fixtures to ... Premiership Rugby Cup ArchivesNews 14 December, 2023 09:00 Player Spotlight: Rodri Rodri, born Rodrigo Hernández Cascante on June 22, 1996, in Madrid, Spain, is a... Read more 13 December, 2023 09:00 Nottingham Forest Football Club timeline Tracing back to 1865, Nottingham Forest’s journey is one of passion, triumphs, and resilience.... Read more 11 December, 2023 09:48 Gunners at Villa Park: Can Arsenal Sustain Their Form Against Aston Villa? The upcoming Premier League clash between Arsenal and Aston Villa is set to be... Jersey Reds beat Bath in Premiership Rugby CupAlun Lawrence (left) was mauled over for Jersey's first-ever competitive try against a Premiership clubChampionship champions Jersey Reds won 34-10 at Bath to upset the top-flight side in the Premiership Rugby Cup. Bath's Sam Harris and Jersey's Alun Lawrence exchanged tries midway in the first half before Reds had Max Argyle sin-binned for a high hit. Will Muir took advantage of the extra man as Bath led 10-5 at the interval. But tries from Alex McHenry, Jordan Holgate, Russell Bennett and a James Hadfield double got Reds a first win over a top-tier side in their history. Subscribe to the Rugby Union Daily podcastAdd rugby union alerts to your BBC Sport appMcHenry cut a superb line and went in under the posts to put Jersey ahead after 50 minutes before Hadfield charged down George Worboys' kick and gathered the lost ball to score five minutes later. Bath replacement Louie Hennessey was sin-binned for an infringement on his own tryline as Jersey piled on the pressure, and from the resulting 65th-minute penalty Jersey won the line-out and mauled over Hadfield for the bonus point. Three minutes later Bennett capped a fine flowing move after Ben Woollett chipped the ball over a defender, gathered and then fed the Reds fly-half who gleefully dived in for the fifth try. Hadfield's second score was a carbon copy of his first as Jersey secured maximum points from their first two Premiership Rugby Cup fixtures to go top of their pool. Premiership Rugby Cup 2023: How to watch, schedule, TV 14 Sept 2023 — Rugby, Jersey Reds, Cornish Pirates, London Scottish. Pool D: Northampton Saints, Bristol Bears, Ealing Trailfinders, Doncaster Knights, ...


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