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ee points and make it 20-19.Ken Pisi then got the crucial turnovein Gästebuch 20.02.2018 03:17
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Wing Steff Evans crossed twice as Scarlets came back from being 13 points behind to secure a bonus-point victory in the Guinness PRO12 Welsh derby at Parc y Scarlets.Scarlets, who scored tries from Steff Evans, Liam Williams and Jonathan Evans, recovered from a 20-7 deficit before half-time to beat Newport Gwent Dragons 31-27.Dragons came out of the match with two bonus points following tries by Hallam Amos, Adam Warren - who crossed twice - and Sarel Pretorius.After three straight defeats at the start of the campaign, Scarlets have now won three on the trot.Scarlets included scrum-half Aled Davies and back-rower Morgan Allen who came in for Gareth Davies and John Barclay respectively.Dragons made six changes from the defeat to Glasgow with full-back Tom Prydie starting for the first time since December 2015.And those changes seemed to have an impact as they went in with a 20-14 lead at the break.But the Dragons made a dreadful start to the derby conceding a try inside two minutes when Steff Evans was allowed to run in from his own 10-metre line. Rhys Patchell converted to make it 7-0 in the home sides favour.Dragons, however, regrouped impressively to score 20 unanswered points in as many minutes, much of their positive play dictated by Amos.The Welsh international scored one, finishing an attack down the right, and then put through a kick for former Scarlet Warren to latch on to for the second score. In between those two scores Nick Macleod put over a penalty.Warren was then put over for a second try in the left corner after a beautifully weighted long pass from replacement Angus OBrien which saw Dragons lead 20-7.Stunned Scarlets pulled themselves together to hit back with a try three minutes later, beginning with a burst up the right by James Davies before Williams stretched for the line, although there had been a hint of a knock-on earlier in the move. Patchells conversion closed the gap to six points.OBrien had a penalty shot to increase Dragons lead but he missed the kickable attempt with the final action of the half.It took time in the second half for the stuttering Scarlets to eat into the Dragons lead.On 54 minutes Patchell kicked a penalty which seemed to propel his side into action and two tries followed in the space of five minutes. Replacement Jonathan Evans spotted a gap down the blindside to run in for Scarlets third try which took them back into the lead.And he was followed over by Steff Evans for his second and Scarlets fourth after a brilliant break and offload by Scott Williams. Patchells conversion gave Scarlets a 31-20 lead.That lead was reduced to only four points eight minutes from the end when the ball was turned over and replacement scrum-half Sarel Pretorius broke free to the line, with OBrien converting to secure a try bonus point. Cheap Lions Hoodies Store . 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Harry Mallinder held his nerve to steal victory in the dying minutes against Exeter, Northamptons first home win of the Aviva Premiership season.It looked as though Exeter were going to cling on after Gareth Steenson kicked two penalties in each half to add to Olly Woodburns converted try, giving them a 19-14 lead.Northampton, who scored converted tries from George North and Rory Hutchinson in the first half, were held at bay after the break despite plenty of possession but the visitors eventually cracked under the pressure and Mallinder landed two penalties to send the Franklins Gardens crowd into delirium.Exeter started well with Ollie Devoto making immediate dents against 20-year-old inside centre Hutchinson, a late replacement for Stephen Myler with Mallinder moving to fly-half, and the pressure saw Steenson put the visitors 3-0 in front after five minutes.Four minutes later, sustained pressure from a lineout eventually saw quick ball moved to the right wing, with a lovely move involving Henry Slade freeing Woodburn to dive over in the corner. Steenson converted and added a simple penalty five minutes later to make it 13-0.Saints had an instant chance to reply with Louis Picamoles breaking clear, but Nic Groom dropped the pass and a certain try.But with Exeters lineout malfunctioning, an important turnover in the Chiefs 22 by Calum Clark, playing his first game in almost a year after surgery on a shoulder injury, saw Saints work the ball to North to power over from five metres.And from the restart North burst out of his 22 and his inside pass to Groom saw the scrum-half send Hutchinson over for a try on the Scotland Unnder-20 internationals debut.dddddddddddd Mallinder converted both to put the home side 14-13 in front.Steenson missed a 35-metre penalty while Mallinder failed with an ambitious 40-metre drop-goal attempt, and Saints had the better of the rest of the half to go into the break one point ahead.In contrast, it was a quiet opening to the second half and it was not until 14 minutes in that Steenson put Exeter back in front with a penalty.Exeter brought on England winger Jack Nowell on 57 minutes for his first appearance of the season, and the first thing he did was watch the ball sail over his head thanks to a pinpoint kick from Mallinder.It signalled a sustained period of Saints possession in and around the Chiefs 22 but there was no penalty and at the crucial moment a pass would go astray.As soon as Exeter ventured into the home 22 they won another easy penalty for Steenson to extend the visitors lead to 19-14 but with 13 minutes to go Exeter were caught offside, allowing Mallinder to reduce the arrears.Mallinder, moved to inside centre with the introduction of Sam Olver at 10, and was roared on by the home crowd as he split the Exeter defence. The visitors held firm once again only to give away a penalty with three minutes to go. It was 15m in from the right touchline, not a favourable angle for the right-footed Mallinder, but the 20-year-old kept cool to slot the three points and make it 20-19.Ken Pisi then got the crucial turnover for Saints to play out time and register a much-needed victory. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '