Saracens and Exeter Chiefs will go their separate ways at the end of the season, but a second-string battle was a reminder of their... Read more
Leicester Tigers were thrashed by Wasps while Sale Sharks held off Saracens in Wednesday's Premiership matches.
Just under 3,000 fans returned to see Harlequins lose to Bath, while Owen Farrell saw red for a high tackle as Saracens lost against... Read more
Wasps lost four players to injury in the first half at The Rec and trailed by 13 points, but roared back to claim a... Read more
Worcester Warriors won their first game of 2020 on Wednesday, while Bath's strong second-half display led them to a third win a row.
Harlequins were unable to recover from a dominant first-half display by rivals Saracens at Allianz Park.
Leaders Exeter Chiefs resumed the season with a win over Leicester Tigers, while Bristol left it late to down Saracens.
Rob Simmons is on his way out of the Waratahs after agreeing a deal with ambitious Premiership club London Irish.
Sam James and Denny Solomona were among Sale Sharks' try-scorers as Steve Diamond's side beat London Irish to go top of the Premiership.
There was no debut victory for Bath new boy Rhys Webb as Bristol Bears continued their charged at a packed Rec.
London Irish handled challenging conditions impressively to win at Harlequins, while champions Saracens were too good for Sale Sharks.
Northampton Saints looked to be heading top of the Premiership until London Irish sprung a shock following Api Ratuniyarawa's dismissal.
Sam Hill and Gareth Steenson starred for Exeter in their win over London Irish, while Taqele Naiyaravoro was the hero for Northampton.
Munster put in a monumental effort, but Leinster's defence refused to buckle at Thomond Park.
Northampton Saints defeated Gloucester in a barnstorming contest at Franklin's Gardens, while Sale Sharks overcame Bath in the Premiership.
Bath arrived at the Madejski Stadium with no form to speak of, but Stuart Hooper's side stormed to a comprehensive win against London Irish.