Saracens claimed back-to-back English Premiership titles after inflicting a 37-34 defeat on the Exeter Chiefs in the final at Twickenham.
Saracens defeated Gloucester 44-19 and the Exeter Chiefs beat Northampton Saints 42-12 in the semi-finals of the English Premiership on Saturday.
Don Armand starred for the Exeter Chiefs in their 20-14 win over the Sale Sharks, while there were also English Premiership victories for Newcastle, Saracens, Leicester, Harlequins and Bristol.
The Glasgow Warriors grabbed a 33-24 bonus-point win against the Cardiff Blues, while there were also European Champions Cup wins for Saracens and the Exeter Chiefs on Sunday.
The Exeter Chiefs secured an impressive 31-13 bonus-point win against Saracens, while there were also victories for Northampton, Leicester, Sale, Gloucester and Bath in the English Premiership.
Jean-Luc and Daniel du Preez are set for short-term moves to the English Premiership with the Sale Sharks and Exeter Chiefs respectively.
Schalk Brits and Vincent Koch won the English Premiership title with Saracens, who beat the Exeter Chiefs 27-10 in the final at Twickenham on Saturday. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.
Don Armand scored a try as the Exeter Chiefs beat the Newcastle Falcons 36-5 at Sandy Park to progress to the English Premiership final.
Wasps defeated the Exeter Chiefs 13-7, while there were also wins for the Newcastle Falcons, Saracens, Leicester Tigers, Northampton Saints and Worcester Warriors in the English Premiership. Despite the repeat of last season’s final being a low-scoring affair, two of the most exciting teams in the Premiership combined to deliver end-to-end action across the 80 minutes. The Chiefs’ second successive… Read more →