Farrell converted, but with the last kick of the half, Jackson slotted over his fourth penalty, this time from the half-way line, to give Irish a 19-10 interval lead. Five minutes after the restart, Saracens scored their second try. A speculative chip through from Elliot Daly bounced awkwardly for Irish wing Lucio Cinti, with Maitland on hand to pick up the pieces. The visitors looked set to take control but Jackson succeeded with his fifth penalty to temporarily keep them at bay, before Rory Jennings was fortunate to escape with just a yellow card for a high challenge on Billy Vunipola with 20 minutes remaining.
Quick GuideNewcastle see off Sale after overcoming 14-0 deficitShowTries from Mateo Carreras (pictured) and Sam Stuart allowed Newcastle to complete a remarkable comeback as they saw off high-flying Sale with a 20-14 Premiership victory at Kingston Park. The Falcons looked devoid of ideas in the first half as the Sharks deservedly went into the interval 14-0 up. However, a fantastic second-half performance, with Brett Connon kicking 10 points, saw Newcastle turn the result on its head. Sale were rewarded for their positive start after 11 minutes.
London Irish’s Tom Pearson helps stun Saracens as Steve Borthwick watches onLondon Irish’s bright young things dazzled in front of the watching Steve Borthwick to seal a well-deserved victory and condemn top-of-the-table Saracens to a first Premiership defeat of the season. Chandler Cunningham-South sealed the win with a late try, teed up by the stand-out performer of the night in Tom Pearson, while it was Ollie Hassell-Collins who got the ball rolling for the Exiles. Borthwick will have left with food for thought as a result. Saracens, for their part, were out of kilter.
Ollie Hassell-Collins and Chandler Cunningham-South scored tries for Irish with Jackson converting both. Kapeli Pifeleti and Sean Maitland touched down for Saracens, with Owen Farrell kicking two penalties and two conversions. Irish began strongly to secure a line-out platform in the opposition 22. From there, they secured possession to test Saracens' defence to the full before Benhard van Rensburg's pass gave Hassell-Collins the chance to brush past Farrell's tackle to score.
The Falcons got on the board two minutes into the second half when Connon kicked a penalty inside the 22 to reduce the arrears. But Carreras provided a spark for the Falcons and the Argentina international managed to burst through two would-be tackles to dot down to give the home side some momentum in the game, on a move where Sale seemed to be well-placed in defence. The hosts moved ahead after 63 minutes as replacement Stuart was credited with a try after a rolling maul went over and Connon was spot on to add the conversion and give the Falcons a three-point lead. The Sharks, who had been disciplined in the first half, started to lose their cool as some poor decision making cost them.
Jackson converted but his side suffered an injury blow when centre Will Joseph hobbled from the field. The hosts then received two setbacks in quick succession. First Farrell's penalty put Saracens on the scoreboard to reward a period of sustained pressure before Coleman was sent off, leaving the home side seemingly with a mountain to climb. However they still picked up the next points when Jackson kicked two penalties in quick succession as decisions by referee Matt Carley were continually questioned by Farrell. The Saracens skipper also queried the red card shown to Earl in the 31st minute, with Jackson again on target with the resulting penalty. But an out-of-sorts Saracens remained in contention when replacement hooker Pifeleti forced his way over.
They were frustrated by London Irish’s defence and took it out on the referee Matthew Carley too often. Both sides were shown red cards for high tackles in the first half – Adam Coleman for Irish, Ben Earl for Saracens – but for the best part of 10 minutes in the second, the Exiles were down to 12 men after two more yellows.
His celebrations were a touch over the top, prompting Carley to award Irish a penalty on halfway, one Jackson duly knocked over for a 19-10 lead at the break. Quick GuideHow do I sign up for sport breaking news alerts? ShowDownload the Guardian app from the iOS App Store on iPhone or the Google Play store on Android by searching for 'The Guardian'. If you already have the Guardian app, make sure you’re on the most recent version. In the Guardian app, tap the Menu button at the bottom right, then go to Settings (the gear icon), then Notifications. Turn on sport notifications. Saracens began the second half purposefully and Sean Maitland scored their second try after Lucio Cinti failed to deal with Elliot Daly’s grubber but another Jackson penalty kept the visitors at arm’s length. Rory Jennings and Rob Simmons were then shown yellow cards for a high tackle and a maul infringement respectively but Irish did well to weather that period before a Farrell penalty with seven minutes to go set up a tense finish.
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Both teams had a player sent off in the first half and each side ended up scoring two tries, with Paddy Jackson's five penalties proving the difference as the struggling Irish recorded a third league win of the season. London Irish captain Adam Coleman was first to be dismissed in the 16th minute as he thundered into the head of Saracens hooker Woolstencroft, who appeared to be knocked out before receiving lengthy treatment and being carried off on a stretcher. Ugo Monye, on punditry duties for BT Sport, said of the red card: "This is probably the most blatant one we've seen this season. " Saracens flanker Ben Earl was shown the first red card of his career 15 minutes later for a high tackle on Tom Pearson.
Gloucester vs London Irish – Round 14 – Preview & Prediction | 2022-23 Premiership Rugby - The Stats ZoneClick here for today’s sports betting tips from our expert analysts! THE FACTS When is Gloucester vs London Irish on and what time does it start? Gloucester vs London Irish will take place on Saturday 31st December, 2022 – 15:00 (UK) Where is Gloucester vs London Irish taking place? Gloucester vs London Irish will take place at Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester, England Where can I get tickets for Gloucester vs London Irish? Ticket information for Gloucester vs London Irish can be found on each club’s official website What channel is Gloucester vs London Irish on in the UK? Television coverage of Premiership Rugby is shared between BT Sport and ITV so it is worth checking their schedules for Gloucester vs London Irish Where can I stream Gloucester vs London Irish in the UK? If Gloucester vs London Irish is televised on either BT Sport or ITV, then it can be streamed live on the associated streaming platforms, while any match not televised can be streamed live to subscribers of PRTV THE PREDICTION Gloucester were unable to bounce back from their 57-0 hammering against Leinster in the Champions Cup as they went down to reigning Premiership champions Leicester Tigers last week.
Daniel Du Preez was penalised for clearing out beyond the ruck and then dissent saw what would have been a regulation penalty become a formality for Connon, who was successful in front of the posts. Sale kept battling but one late chance went astray with a loose pass in midfield as the home side ran out deserved winners. PA MediaPhotograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images EuropeHis teammates kept their heads, however, not to mention their shape and their willingness to offload when in possession of the ball. Saracens, meanwhile, could not get on the right side of Carley – so much so that he had to give Farrell a stern talking-to for back-chat, and Paddy Jackson added three more penalties. The third came after Earl’s sending-off – not nearly as bad a tackle as Coleman’s at first glance but worthy of a red because there was no wrapping of the arms. Saracens did register what felt at the time like a pivotal try just before the interval – Kapeli Pifeleti, on for Woolstencroft who went off on a stretcher after a lengthy stoppage – barrelling over from close range.
Top English game halted amid concerning scenes over 'most blatant red card'London Irish survived a stint with just 12 men to condemn Gallagher Premiership leaders Saracens to their first league defeat of the campaign. The absorbing contest, which Irish won 29-20, was marred by two red cards and particularly concerning scenes as Saracens hooker Tom Woolstencroft received lengthy treatment after appearing to be knocked out. Newly-appointed England coach Steve Borthwick was watching on as Saracens suffered their first defeat in 10 league matches as a poor start and ill-discipline cost them dear at the Gtech Community Stadium.
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Ciaran Knight, 19. Cam Jordan, 20. Albert Tuisue, 21. Stephen Varney, 22. Billy Twelvetrees, 23. Tom Seabrook. London Irish: 15 Ben Loader, 14 Lucio Cinti, 13 Benhard van Rensburg, 12 Rory Jennings, 11 Ollie Hassell-Collins, 10 Paddy Jackson, 9 Ben White, 1 Will Goodrick-Clarke, 2 Mike Willemse, 3 Oliver Hoskins, 4 Api Ratuniyarawa, 5 Chunya Munga, 6 Juan Martin Gonzalez, 7 Tom Pearson, 8 Matt Rogerson (c). Replacements: 16 Ignacio Ruiz, 17 Danilo Fischetti, 18 Lovejoy Chawatama, 19 Josh Caulfield, 20 Josh Basham, 21 Chandler Cunningham-South, 22 Joe Powell, 23 Luca Morisi. Who are the officials? Referee: Adam Leal (23 rd Premiership game). Assistant Referees: Simon Harding and George Selwood.
Lloyd Evans, 14. Jonny May, 13. Chris Harris, 12. Seb Atkinson, 11. Ollie Thorley, 10. Santiago Carreras, 9. Ben Meehan, 1. Harry Elrington, 2. Santiago Socino, 3. Kirill Gotovtsev, 4. Alex Craig, 5. Matias Alemanno, 6. Harry Taylor, 7. Lewis Ludlow (C), 8. Ruan Ackermann. Replacements: 16. George McGuigan, 17. Alex Seville, 18.
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A lineout was worked down the blindside and Ewan Ashman was able to go in at the corner. Rob Du Preez was on target from the touchline for the conversion. Micky Young was sent to the sin-bin after 24 minutes for tackling a player on the floor as Newcastle were penalised once more on halfway. Du Preez went to the corner with the penalty and the lineout was spread wide for Tom O’Flaherty to go over to extend the lead before Du Preez once more added the extras.
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