Samu Manoa Huge Hit on Billy Twelvetrees


Benito Masilevu's huge side-steps


Rugby's first ever OWN TRY in NRC


Step and unbelievable dummy sets up try


All Blacks snatch victory at the death


Prop lays into fullback with big shot


Lee Jones makes huge trysaving tackle


Sam Burgess breaks cheekbone, plays on


Ben Flower red card for vicious punches

Monday, September 28, 2009

Guinness Premiership Tries - Round 3

Guinness Premiership Tries - Round 3

As another weekend of rugby action is over, we're at it once again as we attempt to bring you all the action from around the rugby world. This morning we have the best tries scored in Round 3 of the Guinness Premiership.

Bath earned a hard fought 25-12 victory over Sale at Edgeley Park, their first win there in six years. Matt Carraro scored twice for Bath, with the first of his tries an easy stroll through a poor attempted tackle by former England winger Ben Cohen. Powerhouse Matt Banahan also scored, powering through the defence from close range.

Northampton Saints beat Gloucester 27-14 at Kingsholm. Flyhalf Shane Geraghty showed once again that he's pushing for higher honours as he guided his side to the convincing away win. Prop Soane Tonga'uiha scored a nice try for Saints, with the scoring pass actually coming from his front row partner.

Akapusi Qera finished off well for Gloucester after big Lesley Vainikolo showed his class with an incisive break. Jon Clarke then scored another for Saints after some great build up play.

London Irish demolished Leeds 56-7 at Headingley with Adam Thompstone scoring a second half hatrick. Other tries were scored by Sailosi Tagicakibau, and Chris Hala'ufia, who picked up two.

Wasps were convincing winners over Worcester Warriors at Adams Park as they won 23-3 in a match that had centre Dominic Waldouck sticking up his hand with a great individual performance. Danny Cipriani kicked 13 points, with tries scored by Serge Betsen and Tom Varndell, the latter of which brought up his 50th Premiership try.


Time: 04:09
Note:
We'll have Round 4's tries for you soon.

Posted at 10:29 am | 20 comments

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Anonymous September 28, 2009 8:36 am

1st, deal with it

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Caster Semenya September 28, 2009 8:37 am

Now that I got the first message in, I can celebrate it. YES!

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FrankyH September 28, 2009 8:42 am

And what did you think of the tries Mr Semenya?

Pretty decent imo. Loved the step by Vainikolo.

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Anonymous September 28, 2009 8:44 am

bit premature with celebration caster must type quicker

ben cohen take a bow you dummy spitting muppet learn to tackle like that in france did we no wonder you only played 4 games or something for brive

ps come on you saints prem winners this year can feel in my waters

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Caster Semenya September 28, 2009 10:06 am

I was the first Anon poster too.

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Maximus September 28, 2009 11:33 am

Does it matter who posts first?
Do these people even watch the videos?

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Anonymous September 28, 2009 12:13 pm

Good stuff, I love how the smaller stadiums in England mean the ground is fuller and there's more atmosphere.

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Anonymous September 28, 2009 12:26 pm

impressive from shane geraghty

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Anonymous September 28, 2009 1:12 pm

I don't think I like Varndell, he rubs me the wrong way.

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Anonymous September 28, 2009 2:24 pm

'ben cohen take a bow you dummy spitting muppet'

im a saints fan and i dont think u should be so harsh on cohen, he didnt leave the club beacuse of the dispute as to the captaincy (as most people seem to think) but because of personal reasons which would have caused anyone to leave, and he certainly wasn't to blame.

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vinniechan September 28, 2009 3:06 pm

and that tosser Graham Henry was bitching about the lack of expansive rugby...
Simply put, rugby is at it's finest when you see a mix of fowards using their muscles and back using their pace

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Anonymous September 28, 2009 3:46 pm

good rugby

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Kearney for tests September 28, 2009 5:05 pm

I'm no fan of the Premiership, but that was some good rugby. Although I can't believe Bob Symonds called Neil Best Rory Best. One is going to be out for a year with injury, and one isn't, and they don't even play for the same team, or in the same competition. I hate when commentators do that.

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ollie September 28, 2009 10:22 pm

I don't think Rory Best has ever even played 'on the mainland(!)' to use a horrific phrase.

But yea, good play. Esp the Geraghty switch to absolutely guarantee the try. Great awareness.

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Anonymous September 28, 2009 11:22 pm

Graham Henry's right. Whatever they play in the premiership, in international rugby (the highest level), the game is very conservative and running the ball is usually avoided.
These premiership teams couldn't play this way against international teams.

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Carlos September 28, 2009 11:48 pm

Oh gee anon, do you think so?

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Anonymous September 29, 2009 12:20 pm

Yeah i agree with him. Big international games are normally quite boring with both teams unwilling to take many risks. Think the latter stages of the world cup.

There are exceptions ofcourse, the Lions tests were incredible and so were some of the Tri nations.

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cp85 September 29, 2009 12:22 pm

Decent work by vainikolo, awesome step. Look forward to seeing more of him this season.

How has cohen been performing?

and why oh why are so few of the games on sky sports this season?

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Anonymous September 29, 2009 4:30 pm

i was thinking the same thing looks like they are showing only one game a week this season come on sky sports dump the currie and air nz put more guinness prem on please even better let itv show some matches

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jamestheconvict October 01, 2009 7:32 am

Matt Carraro scored 2 tries ?

I dont think he scored two tries in a year before in S14 ?

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