Glos time to shine
GLOUCESTER coach Tim Taylor was delighted his side turned the screw in their seven-try bonus-point win over London Irish in the Anglo-Welsh Cup.
Willi Heinz, Tom Hudson, Calum Braley, Jake Polledri, Henry Trinder, Jeremy Thrush and Val RapavaRuskin scored tries for the hosts in the 47-7 success which keeps them in contention in Pool One, with Billy Twelvetrees converting four and Billy Burns two.
Taylor said: “We wanted give some of our squad game time ahead of next Friday’s clash with Saracens.
“I’m delighted as we picked up a bonus point win and no injuries” ■■Newcastle 57-0 Cardiff; Northampton 41-7 Dragons J.Tuculet 4; R.Moyano 4, M.Moroni 5, S.GonzalezIglesias 5, E.Boffelli 6; JM Hernandez 5, M.Landajo 6; S.Garcia Botta 5, A.Creevy (capt) 7, N.Tetaz Chaparro 6, M.Alemanno 5, T.Lavanini 4, P.Matera 6,M.Kremer 5, T.Lezana 5
J.Montoya 4, L.Noguera 5, E.Pieretto 4, B.Macome 5, L.Senatore 5, G.Bertanou 4, N.Sanchez 4, S.Cancelliere 4