The Under 18 Premiership continues again this weekend, with all but Sale and Exeter in action in the third round.
The West Country derby, Bristol v Bath, kicked the weekend off at noon today, where Bath beat Bristol 31-19. Both went into this one having played two and lost two each, but with a win under their belts now Bath will be looking to kick on.
This evening London Irish host Harlequins and London Wasps make the trip around the M25 to play Saracens at Allianz Park.
London Irish v Harlequins will be particularly eagerly anticipated, both have been in fine form so far, each winning both of their games and in some style. With London Irish particularly impressing having scored 74 points in their opening two games, including a 34-5 victory at Wasps on Monday night.
That was Waspsâ€™ only game of the league so far and their opponents tonight, Saracens, have also only got one game under their belt, a 40-3 defeat â€“ also to London Irish.
Saturday begins at 11am at Malvern Rugby Club, where Worcester will entertain Gloucester. Worcester are yet to fire having been resoundingly beaten in their opening two games, while Gloucester have been looking good, winning both their fixtures.
Arguably the game of the day though will be the Midlands derby between Leicester and Northampton. Tigers won the League at a canter last year and have begun in the same manner this year, giving Sale and Worcester good beatings. Saints will present a tougher challenge though, they too gave Worcester a heavy defeat and they also defeated a very good St Josephâ€™s College side in a friendly last week.
The weekendâ€™s action is rounded off a little after midday on Saturday when Leeds Carnegie play Newcastle Falcons. Leeds have played just once, last weekend when they lost 24-7 to Gloucester, while Newcastle have played twice and lost twice. However last weekendâ€™s defeat to Sale was as tough as it gets as they mounted an impressive comeback but just fell to a 29-26 defeat.
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Bristol 19-31 Bath 12.00 â€“ Filton College
London Irish 13-20 Harlequins 19.30 â€“ Braywick Road
Saracens 14-13 London Wasps 19.30 â€“ Allianz Park
Worcester Warriors v Gloucester 11.00 â€“ Malvern Rugby Club
Leicester Tigers v Northampton Saints 12.00 â€“ Welford Road
Leeds Carnegie v Newcastle Falcons 12.30 â€“ Queen Ethelburgaâ€™s College
Last Weekendâ€™s Results:
Exeter Chiefs 53-5 Bristol
Leicester Tigers 64-6 Worcester Warriors
Glocuester 24-7 Leeds Carnegie
Bath 12-29 Harlequins
Newcastle Falcons 26-29 Sale Sharks
London Wasps 5-34 London Irish
1 CrowtherÂ 2 FrostÂ 3 CatlinÂ 4 RiceÂ 5 EwelsÂ 6 RadfordÂ 7 HarrisÂ 8 Morris-MeanÂ 9 HomerÂ 10 JenningsÂ 11 MackenzieÂ 12 ClarkÂ 13 KellyÂ 14 AtkinsÂ 15 Coulson.
Replacements: 16 ThompsonÂ 17 JohnÂ 18 LynasÂ 19 MaylamÂ 20 BroomÂ 21 SmallÂ 22 WatersÂ 23 Whitely.
1. Jake Waterman (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨2. Ollie Adams (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨3. Tyler White (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨4. Ollie Curry (Captain, St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨5. Theo Vukasinovic (Reedsâ€™ School) â€¨6. Ryan Bifield (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨7. Greg Brown (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨8. James McRae (Eton College) â€¨9. Conor Murphy (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨10. Theo Brophy Clews (Abingdon School) â€¨11. Harry Lightfoot-Brown (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨12. Ross Neal (RGS High Wycombe) â€¨13. John Williams (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨14. Bradley Greer (John Fisher School) â€¨15. Cameron Cowell (St Pauls Catholic College).
Replacements: 16. Curtis Langdon (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨17. George Sewell (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨18. Max Hayes (Wellington College) â€¨19. Charlie Stonehill (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨20. Max Berry (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨21. Eddie Lewis (St Pauls Catholic College) â€¨22. Ross Catlin (Wellington College) â€¨23. Matt Williams (Wellington College).
Forwards: Wilkey, Adeniran-Olule, Mount, Ibuanopke, Lasis, South, White, Treadwell, Forshaw, Thomas, Cheeseman, Keunan.
Backs: Saunders, Jackson, Marchant, Hogg, Bellamin, Taylor, Sackey, Simmons, Ibitoye, Aspland-Robinson.
15 Jon Hughes (RGS Worcester)â€¨14 Tom Horward (Warwick School)â€¨13 Matt Edwards (Hartpury College)â€¨12 Max Himbury (Worcester Sixth Form College)â€¨11 Ryan Scott-Young (Worcester Sixth Form College)â€¨10 Luke White (Bromsgrove)â€¨9 George de Cothi (Warriors);â€¨1 Joe Wrafter (Hartpury College)â€¨2 Callum Young (Bromsgrove)â€¨3 Trae O’Sullivan (Worcester Sixth Form College)â€¨4 Andrew Kitchener (Adams Grammar)â€¨5 Jamie Clegg (Bromsgrove)â€¨6 Huw Taylor (Old Swinford Hospital, Captain)â€¨7 Sam Smith (Old Swinford Hospital School)â€¨8 Andrew Boyce (Warriors).
Replacements: 16 Will Priestly (Warwick School)â€¨17 Joe White (Worcester Sixth Form College)â€¨18 Charlie Robinson (Bromsgrove)â€¨19 Miles Edwards (Worcester Sixth Form College)â€¨20 Will Elt (King’s School Worcester)â€¨21 Ben Williams (Worcester Sixth Form College)â€¨22 Jamie Shillcock (Warwick School)â€¨23 Scott Smith (Worcester Sixth Form College).
15 Tristan Rawcliffe 14 Josh Skelceyâ€¨13 Howard Packmanâ€¨12 Rotimi Segunâ€¨11 George Wacokecokeâ€¨10 Harry Mallinderâ€¨9 Cameron Lee-Everton â€¨1 Jake Byrneâ€¨2 James Fishâ€¨3 Oli Lamprellâ€¨4 Jordan Onojaifeâ€¨5 Josh Petersâ€¨6 George Coxâ€¨7 Lewis Ludlumâ€¨8 Ollie Lyons.
Replacements:â€¨16 Owen Griffiths 17 Harrison Marshallâ€¨18 Karl Wilkins 19 Will Allmanâ€¨20 Michael Morrisâ€¨21 Conor Bullivantâ€¨22 George Furbank.
1. Lewis Boyceâ€¨2. Jack Walkerâ€¨3. Charlie Cappsâ€¨4. Dan Preston-Routledgeâ€¨5. Guy Borrowdaleâ€¨6. Raffen Cherringtonâ€¨7. Josh Bainbridgeâ€¨8. Tom Burridgeâ€¨9. Jack Londonâ€¨10. Max Greenâ€¨11. Dan Taiâ€¨12. Max Wrightâ€¨13. Cam Leadleyâ€¨14. Nick Rawsthorneâ€¨15. Taylor Prell.
Replacements: 16. Jordon Pooleâ€¨17. Toko Tedoradzeâ€¨18. Will Scholeyâ€¨19. Harry Walesâ€¨20. Jimmy McDanielâ€¨21. Tom Bulloughâ€¨22. Ben Magee.