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Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Mon 12 Dec 2016, 9:31 am

Home teams to be named by 23:59 hours on Tuesday 
Away teams to be named by 23:59 hours on Wednesday 
Tactics by 23:59 hours on Thursday 
Predictions to be PM’d to Fluxy by 18:00 hours on Sunday 


La Rochelle vs Gloucester Rugby
Stade Marcel-Deflandre
Sunny, 11 degrees, 6mph North Easterly Winds


La Rochelle

01. Mike Corbel 09. Ricky Januarie
02. Hikario Forbes10. Zach Holmes
03. Uini Atonio
04. Jason Eaton11. David Raikuna
05. Mathieu Tanguy12. Botia Veivuke
06. Keving Gourdon13. Steve Barry
07. Victor Vito14. Gabriel Lacroix
08. Jone Qovu Nailiko15. Vincent Rattez
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16. Maxime Gau, 17. Dany Priso, 18. Mohamed Boughanmi, 19. Damien Lagrange, 20. Romain Sazy, 21. Alexi Bales, 22. Brock James, 23. Elliot Roudil


Gloucester
Manager - Anonmattyt

01. Tendai 'Beast' Mtawarira09. Dan Robson
02. Luke Cowan-Dickie10. Danny Cipriani
03. Juan Figallo
04. Eben Etzebeth11. Jonny May
05. Elliott Stooke12. Matt Toomua
06. Ross Moriarty13. Tevita Kurindrani
07. Ardie Savea14. Israel Dagg
08. Sam Dickinson15. Israel Folau
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Subs: 16. Titi Lamisotele, 17. Joe Gray, 18. Rob Evans, 19. Richie Gray, 20. Will Alberts, 21. TJ Perenara, 22. Dan Carter, 23. Charlie Walker





Exeter Chiefs vs Lyon
Sandy Park
Mist, 9 degrees, 3mph North Westerly Winds


Exeter Chiefs
Manager – StNick

01. Nathan Catt09. Chris Cook
02. Dane Coles10. Camille Lopez (k)
03. Kyle Sinckler
04. Courtney Lawes11. Noa Nakaitaci
05. Kane Douglas12. Stuart McCloskey
06. Dave Ewers13. George Pisi
07. Teimana Harrison14. James Lowe
08. Charles Ollivon15. Maxime Medard
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16. Jack Yeandle, 17. Thomas Domingo, 18. Ben Tameifuna, 19. James Horwill, 20. Brad Shields, 21. Greg Laidlaw, 22. Alex Lozowski, 23. Andrew Trimble


Lyon

01. Sami Mavinga09. Baptiste Couilloud
02. Ti'i Paulo10. Romain Loursac
03. BJ Botha
04. Felix Lambey11. Henry Clunies-Ross
05. Maselino Paulino12. Thibault Regard
06. Deon Fourie13. Paul Bonneford
07. Dylan Cretin14. Frank Romanet
08. Curits Browning15. Jerome Porical
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16. Cameron Mapusua, 17. Hamza Kaabèche, 18. David Attoub, 19. Simon Christian Njewel, 20. Didier Tison, 21. Pierre-Louis Barassi, 22. Jacques Louis Potgieter, 23. Augustin Figuerola





Bath Rugby vs Cardiff Blues 
The Rec
Mist, 8 degrees, 3mph North Westerly Winds


Bath Rugby
Manager – CJB


01. Steven Kitchoff09. Richard Wigglesworth 
02. Mikey Haywood 10. Finn Russell 
03. Scott Wilson
04. Mitch Lees 11. Andrew Kellaway  
05. Charlie Ewers  12. Sam Hill
06. Dan Lydiate  13. Harold Vorstef 
07. Liam Gill  14. Ben Loader
08. Arno Botha 15. Cheslin Kolbe 
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16. Eddy Ben Arous 17. Rory Best 18. Samson Lee 19. Graham Kitchener 20. Liam Squire 21. Tawera Kerr Barlow 22. Beauden Barrett  23. Liam Williams


Cardiff Blues

01. Rhys Gill09. Lloyd Williams
02. Kristian Dacey10. Steve Shingler
03. Taufa'ao Filise
04. George Earle11. Blaine Scully
05. James Down12. Willis Halaholo
06. Seb Davies13. Rey Lee-Lo
07. Sam Warburton14. Alex Cuthbert
08. Josh Navidi15. Matthew Morgan
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16. Matthew Rees, 17. Brad Thyer, 18. Scott Andrews, 19. Jarrad Hoeata, 20. Kirby Myhill, 21. Tomos Williams, 22. Nicky Robinson, 23. Cory Allen





Newport Gwent Dragons vs Leicester Tigers
Rodney Parade
Light Cloud, 9 degrees, 3mph Southerly Winds


Newport Gwent Dragons

01. Phil Price 09. Sarel Pretorious
02. Rhys Buckley10. Angus O'Brien
03. Brok Harris
04. Matthew Screech11. Ashton Hewitt
05. Cory Hill12. Adam Warren
06. James Thomas13. Sam Beard
07. Nic Cudd14. Tyler Morgan
08. Lewis Evans15. Tom Prydie
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16. Elliot Dee, 17. Sam Hobbs, 18. Leon Brown, 19. Rynard Landman, 20. Harrison Keddie, 21. Tavis Knoyle, 22. Rhys Jones, 23. Jack Dixon


Leicester Tigers
Manager – Fluxy

01. Max Lahiff09. Nick Phipps
02. Dave Ward10. Freddie Burns (k)
03. Brian Mujati
04. Pascal Pape (c)11. Henry Purdy
05. Dominic Bird12. Billy Twelvetrees
06. Don Armand13. Mathieu Basteraud
07. Sam Jones14. Drew Mitchell
08. Thomas Waldrom15. Kurtley Beale
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Subs: 16. Hika Elliott 17. Mikheil Nariashvili 18. Owen Franks 19. Stan South 20. Calum Chick 21. Micky Young 22. James Lang 23. Sean Maitland





Worcester Warriors vs Timisoara Saracens
Sixways Stadium
Light Cloud, 8 degrees, 3mph Westerly Winds


Worcester Warriors
Manager - Prop

01. Lucas Noguera Paz09. Sam Harrison
02. Codie Taylor10. Owen Williams (k)
03. Henry Thomas
04. Leone Nakawara11. James Short
05. Huw Taylor12. Anton Leniert-Brown
06. Jackson Wray13. Huw Jones
07. Matt Todd14. Adam Thompstone
08. Warren Whiteley15. Jarrad Payne
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16. Jack Walker 17. Joe Moody 18. Will Collier 19. Adam Beard 20. Ben Morgan 21. Gareth Davies 22. Dan Biggar 23. Waisake Naholo

Selected a big pack to go up against what can be a tough Romanian pack. Looking to spread them wide in the backs and use impact from the bench to get a big win.
*We have eased some of our internationals back in ready to hit the Premiership running and be re-integrated into the squad. We are looking at building our confidence and getting a solid win today.


Timisoara Saracens

01. Eddie Aholelei09. Valentin Calafeteanu
02. Eugen Capatana10. Jack Umaga
03. Horatiu Pungea
04. Valentin Poparlan11. Fonovai Tangimana
05. Marian Drenceanu12. Paula Kinikinilau
06. Randall Morrison13. Brian Sefanaia
07. Daniel Gabriel Ianus14. Stephen Shennan
08. Sandu Stelian Burcea15. Catalin Fercu 
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16. Andrei Radoi, 17. Gigi Militaru, 18. Samuel Maris, 19. Ionut Muresan, 20. Dorin Lazar, 21. Gabriel Conache, 22. Tevita Manumua, 23. Madalin Lemnaru





Pau vs Bristol Rugby
Stade du Hameau
Light Cloud, 11 degrees, 2mph South Westerly Winds


Pau

01. Geoffrey Moise09. Taniela Moa
02. Lucas Rey10. Brandon Fajardo
03. Malik Hamadache
04. Masalosalo Tutaia11. Marvin Lestremau
05. Abdellatif Boutay12. Pierre Dupouy
06. Sean Dougall13. Julien Fumat
07. Giovanni Kueffner14. Watisoni Votu
08. Paddy Butler15. Charly Malie 
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16. Quentin Lespiaucq 17. Julien Jacquot 18. Matthew Tierney 19. Baptiste Pesenti 20. Loic Bernad 21. Julien Thomas 22. Thibault Daubagna 23. Mehdi Boundjema


Bristol Team 
Manager: CJ

01. David Kilcoyne09. Tomas Cubelli
02. Rob Buchanan10. Billy Searle
03. Mike Ross
04. Kearnan Myall11. Jesse Mogg
05. Luke Charteris12. Christian Lealiifano (k)
06. John Barclay (c)13. Nick Tompkins
07. Josh Van Der Flier 14. Digby Ioane
08. Carl Fearns15. Sam Apsland-Robinson
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16. Toni Uhila 17. Manuel Montoya  18. Sekope Kepu 19.  Donnacha Ryan 20  Lawrence Pearce 21. Kahn Fotuali'i 22. Jimmy Gopperth 23. Charlie Sharples 

Tactics:
Attributes:

Attacking:
1) Breakdown - Clearing: Ensuring the possession is clean and quick with quick support to the breakdown
2)  Phase Attack: Attacks build momentum until an opportunity arises. 
Defending:
1) Breakdown - Slowing up ball: The defenders can get over the ball to slow it up and prevent the attack from building momentum and allowing your defence to set. 
2) Breakdown - Organised Ruck defence: with guards and body guards set, allowing the rest of the line to set off them.



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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Mon 12 Dec 2016, 11:33 am

Euro sides updated OK

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by ChequeredJersey on Mon 12 Dec 2016, 10:29 pm

Bristol Team 
Manager: CJ

01. David Kilcoyne09. Tomas Cubelli
02. Rob Buchanan10. Billy Searle
03. Mike Ross
04. Kearnan Myall11. Jesse Mogg
05. Luke Charteris12. Christian Lealiifano (k)
06. John Barclay (c)13. Nick Tompkins
07. Josh Van Der Flier 14. Digby Ioane
08. Carl Fearns15. Sam Apsland-Robinson
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16. Toni Uhila 17. Manuel Montoya  18. Sekope Kepu 19.  Donnacha Ryan 20  Lawrence Pearce 21. Kahn Fotuali'i 22. Jimmy Gopperth 23. Charlie Sharples 

Tactics:
Attributes:

Attacking:
1) Breakdown - Clearing: Ensuring the possession is clean and quick with quick support to the breakdown
2)  Phase Attack: Attacks build momentum until an opportunity arises. 
Defending:
1) Breakdown - Slowing up ball: The defenders can get over the ball to slow it up and prevent the attack from building momentum and allowing your defence to set. 
2) Breakdown - Organised Ruck defence: with guards and body guards set, allowing the rest of the line to set off them.
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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Tue 13 Dec 2016, 10:35 am

Weather Conditions updated OK

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by prop_lyd on Tue 13 Dec 2016, 11:20 am

Worcester Warriors
Manager - Prop

01. Lucas Noguera Paz09. Sam Harrison
02. Codie Taylor10. Owen Williams (k)
03. Henry Thomas
04. Leone Nakawara11. James Short
05. Huw Taylor12. Anton Leniert-Brown
06. Jackson Wray13. Huw Jones
07. Matt Todd14. Adam Thompstone
08. Warren Whiteley15. Jarrad Payne
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16. Jack Walker 17. Joe Moody 18. Will Collier 19. Adam Beard 20. Ben Morgan 21. Gareth Davies 22. Dan Biggar 23. Waisake Naholo

Selected a big pack to go up against what can be a tough Romanian pack. Looking to spread them wide in the backs and use impact from the bench to get a big win.
*We have eased some of our internationals back in ready to hit the Premiership running and be re-integrated into the squad. We are looking at building our confidence and getting a solid win today.
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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by stnick88 on Tue 13 Dec 2016, 3:32 pm

Exeter Chiefs
Manager – StNick

01. Nathan Catt09. Chris Cook
02. Dane Coles10. Camille Lopez (k)
03. Kyle Sinckler
04. Courtney Lawes11. Noa Nakaitaci
05. Kane Douglas12. Stuart McCloskey
06. Dave Ewers13. George Pisi
07. Teimana Harrison14. James Lowe
08. Charles Ollivon15. Maxime Medard
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16. Jack Yeandle, 17. Thomas Domingo, 18. Ben Tameifuna, 19. James Horwill, 20. Brad Shields, 21. Greg Laidlaw, 22. Alex Lozowski, 23. Andrew Trimble

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Guest on Tue 13 Dec 2016, 11:34 pm

Gloucester
Manager - Anonmattyt

01. Tendai 'Beast' Mtawarira09. Dan Robson
02. Luke Cowan-Dickie10. Danny Cipriani
03. Juan Figallo
04. Eben Etzebeth11. Jonny May
05. Elliott Stooke12. Matt Toomua
06. Ross Moriarty13. Tevita Kurindrani
07. Ardie Savea14. Israel Dagg
08. Sam Dickinson15. Israel Folau
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Subs: 16, Titi Lamisotele , 17. Joe Gray, 18. Rob Evans, 19. Richie Gray, 20. Will Alberts, 21. TJ Perenara, 22. Dan Carter, 23. Charlie Walker

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Wed 14 Dec 2016, 12:44 pm

Leicester Tigers
Manager – Fluxy

01. Max Lahiff09. Nick Phipps
02. Dave Ward10. Freddie Burns (k)
03. Brian Mujati
04. Pascal Pape (c)11. Henry Purdy
05. Dominic Bird12. Billy Twelvetrees
06. Don Armand13. Mathieu Basteraud
07. Sam Jones14. Drew Mitchell
08. Thomas Waldrom15. Kurtley Beale
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Subs: 16. Hika Elliott 17. Mikheil Nariashvili 18. Owen Franks 19. Stan South 20. Calum Chick 21. Micky Young 22. James Lang 23. Sean Maitland

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by CJB on Wed 14 Dec 2016, 3:53 pm

Bath Rugby
Manager – CJB
01. Steven Kitchoff09. Richard Wigglesworth
02. Mikey Haywood 10. Finn Russell
03. Scott Wilson
04. Mitch Lees 11. Andrew Kellaway  
05. Charlie Ewers 12. Sam Hill
06. Dan Lydiate  13. Harold Vorstef
07. Liam Gill  14. Ben Loader
08. Arno Botha 15. Cheslin Kolbe
16. Eddy Ben Arous 17. Rory Best 18. Samson Lee 19. Graham Kitchener 20. Liam Squire 21. Tawera Kerr Barlow 22. Beauden Barrett 23. Liam Williams

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Fri 16 Dec 2016, 1:54 pm

Predictions Open - to me please, most likely Monday morning will do results - but do not leave them to the last minute!

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Tue 20 Dec 2016, 4:38 pm

Challenge Cup - Round Four Results

La Rochelle - 20
(T: Vito, Sazy C: Holmes [x2] P: Holmes [x2])
Gloucester Rugby - 39
(T: Tendai 'Beast' Mtawarira, Folau, May, Dickinson, Alberts, C: Cipriani [x4] P: Cipriani [x2])

Exeter Chiefs - 37
(T: Lawes, McCloskey [2], Ollivon, Shields C: Lopez [x3] P: Lopez [x2])
Lyon - 20
(T: Romanet, Bonneford C: Loursac [x2] P: Loursac [x2])

Bath Rugby - 33
(T: A Botha, Haywood, Squire, Kitchener C: Russell [x1] Barrett [x1] P: Russell [x3])
Cardiff Blues - 23
(T: Shingler, Cuthbert C: Shingler [x2] P: Shingler [x3])

Newport Gwent Dragons - 22
(T: Evans, O'Brien C: - P: O'Brien [x4]
Leicester Tigers - 38
(T: Lahiff, Phipps, Basteraud, Mitchell, Mujati C: Burns [x2] P: Burns [x3])

Worcester Warriors - 58
(T: O Williams [2], Short, Wray, C Taylor, Naholo, Leniert-Brown, Beard C: O Williams [x4] Biggar [x2] P: O Williams [x2])
Timisoara Saracens - 28
(T: Poparlan, Sefanaia, Muresan C: Umaga [x2] P: Umaga [x3])

Pau - 21
(T: Dougall, Malie C: Fajardo [x1] P: Fajardo [x3])
Bristol Rugby - 35
(T: Buchanan, Aspland-Robinson, Uhila, Montoya C: Lealifiano [x3] P: Lealifiano[x3])

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Tue 20 Dec 2016, 4:47 pm

La Rochelle 12 - 45 Gloucester Rugby
Gloucester have too much quality in the spine of their team, to be overcome by this La Rochelle side. A good day out in France for the Cherry & Whites.

La Rochelle 13 - 40 Gloucester Rugby
The Glos back row and half back pairing will be too much for La Rochelle to cope with.

La Rochelle 20 - 21 Gloucester Rugby

La Rochelle 29 - 30 Gloucester Rugby

La Rochelle 21 - 24 Gloucester Rugby
Tougher game this week for Matt and Gloucester won't have things all their own way. Can see Gloucester getting on top in the scrum but struggling in the lineout with LCD's throw and no real leader. Past that, Gloucester look in good shape (bar perhaps 8) and will get a foothold late on for the win. 

La Rochelle 23 - 24 Gloucester Rugby

La Rochelle 33 - 34 Gloucester Rugby

La Rochelle 11 - 44 Gloucester Rugby
Mismtch in nearly every position and strong bench.

La Rochelle 17 - 46 Gloucester Rugby
The French side put up a fight at home, but Glos will eventually overpower them in the 2nd half and run riot with plenty of quality in the backs. Really strong side for the challenge cup, and Glos look one of the favourites

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Tue 20 Dec 2016, 4:48 pm

Exeter Chiefs 31 - 15 Lyon
Lyon will proivde a tough task in the first 50 minutes, but once the Chiefs eventually breakdown the men from Lyon it will be a certain victory.

Exeter Chiefs 32 - 12 Lyon
Up front Chiefs will get a lot of success and their bench will get them over the bonus point mark.

Exeter Chiefs 30 - 29 Lyon

Exeter Chiefs 32 - 17 Lyon
Much stronger outfit from the home side and they'll come away with a pretty routine win. 

Exeter Chiefs 24 - 23 Lyon

Exeter Chiefs 35 - 34 Lyon 

Exeter Chiefs 38 - 12 Lyon

BP win for the home side.

Exeter Chiefs 38 - 14 Lyon
Lyon are no great shakes, and up against a solid Exeter pack, tough to see them competing for long. I'd expect the Exeter pack to dominate the 2nd half, and their backs to finish off all the chances they get for an easy win at home

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Tue 20 Dec 2016, 4:49 pm

Bath Rugby 26 - 22 Cardiff Blues
Blues provide one of the tougher opponents in the Challenge Cup and with some of their big names returning, it is a test for Bath - especilaly with a young and in experienced back line. But we will see bath pull through a scare to win this home game.

Bath Rugby 30 - 18 Cardiff Blues
This could be quite a close game at the start with Blues not as bad as their performance this Thursday. Think the Bath bench will push them to the bonus point though.

Bath Rugby 27 - 26 Cardiff Blues

Bath Rugby 34 - 33 Cardiff Blues

Bath Rugby 28 - 18 Cardiff Blues

Bath need a better TH but past that it's a dominant pack performance. Backs pretty good but more threat out wide would have seen a better win. 

Bath Rugby 20 - 19 Cardiff Blues

Bath Rugby 30 - 29 Cardiff Blues


Bath Rugby 36 - 18 Cardiff Blues
Hardest game in this competition this week, but Bath side is too good. 

Bath Rugby 27 - 23 Cardiff Blues
One of the better match ups in the second tier competition. Cardiff were good last week in real life, and I'd expect them to give this Bath side a run for their money with the weakness at tighthead for Bath putting them on the back foot. Bath have plenty of quality in their pack to help overcome this, and think they will take the win late on

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Post by Fluxy on Tue 20 Dec 2016, 4:50 pm

Newport Gwent Dragons 9 - 44 Leicester Tigers
Dragons have really lost some form and confidence. Lots of quality across the board for Tigers and will get a big win.

Newport Gwent Dragons 27 - 28 Leicester Tigers

Newport Gwent Dragons 39 - 40 Leicester Tigers

Newport Gwent Dragons 16 - 34 Leicester Tigers

Tigers with way too much in the pack and plenty of finishing power in the backline. They';; pull away in the 2nd half for a good win. 

Newport Gwent Dragons 24 - 25 Leicester Tigers

Newport Gwent Dragons 29 - 30 Leicester Tigers


Newport Gwent Dragons 17 - 35 Leicester Tigers
Tigers pack is too strong, with a big gain line breaker in the no13 shirt as well they will get the upper hand and win comfortably.

Newport Gwent Dragons 14 - 33 Leicester Tigers
Dragons are not a good side, and Leicester have easily picked a good enough side to handle them on the road with ease. Tough to say much more with no tactics

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Worcester Warriors 65 - 10 Timisoara Saracens
Just too much from this Warriors side for the Romanians to handle. Big win for the hosts who take control of their group.

Worcester Warriors 40 - 39 Timisoara Saracens

Worcester Warriors 69 - 68 Timisoara Saracens

Worcester Warriors 48 - 9 Timisoara Saracens

Another routine win for an AP side. 

Worcester Warriors 24 - 23 Timisoara Saracens

Worcester Warriors 63 - 62 Timisoara Saracens

Worcester Warriors 68 - 3 Timisoara Saracens

Not remotely close to a contest.

Worcester 57 - 9 Timisoara Saracens
Worcester handled the Romanians with ease on the road last week, and have picked another big pack to dominate their only potential strength. Easy win once the backs get hold of the ball

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Re: Challenge Cup - Round Four

Post by Fluxy on Tue 20 Dec 2016, 4:55 pm

Pau 18 - 28 Bristol Rugby
Pau have looked decent as of late, but can't see them matching this Bristol pack. I'm struggling to see Lealifiano having any rating at the minute, seeing as he is still away with a serious health concern such as Leukaemia. Still the away side have enough to see the victory through.

Pau 17 - 35 Bristol Rugby
The Bristol outside backs will rip into Pau and their second rows will dominate the lineout.


Pau 26 - 27 Bristol Rugby

Pau 15 - 22 Bristol Rugby
Again this week, Bristol look in good shape and will come away with a decent win.

Pau 27 - 28 Bristol Rugby


Pau 31 - 32 Bristol Rugby

Pau 15 - 43 Bristol Rugby
Not a very good Pau team against an ever improving Bristol side.

Pau 19 - 31 Bristol Rugby
Pau a decent outfit, but Bristol have picked close to a first choice pack, difficult to see anything other  than a dominating pack performance and easy win. Don't know much about the Bristol 10 though

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