2017–18 Anglo-Welsh Cup

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2017–18 Anglo-Welsh Cup
Tournament details
Countries  England
 Wales
Tournament format(s) Round-robin and knockout
Date 3 November 2017 – 18 March 2018
Tournament statistics
Teams 16
Matches played 35
Attendance 272,709 (7,792 per match)
Highest Attendance 18,408
(Leicester Tigers v Gloucester)
Lowest Attendance 2,500
(Sale Sharks v Northampton Saints)
Tries scored 257 (7.34 per match)
Top point scorer(s) England Joe Simmonds (Exeter)
54 points
Top try scorer(s) England Joe Cokanasiga (L Irish)
South Africa Dean Hammond (Worcester)
England Jonah Holmes (Leicester)
Samoa Ken Pisi (Northampton)
4 tries each
Final
Venue Kingsholm Stadium
Champions Exeter Chiefs (2nd title)
Runners-up Bath
← 2016–17 (Previous)

The 2017–18 Anglo-Welsh Cup will be the 46th season of England's national rugby union cup competition, and the 12th and final to follow the Anglo-Welsh Cup format.

The competition consists of the four Welsh Pro14 teams and the twelve Aviva Premiership clubs arranged in pools of three English and one Welsh team. English clubs were allocated to the pools depending on their final positions in the 2016–17 Aviva Premiership. Teams will play two home and two away pool matches, with teams in Pools 1 and 4 playing each other and teams in Pools 2 and 3 playing each other. The top team from each pool will qualify for the semi-finals. The competition will take place during the Autumn International window and during the Six Nations.

Leicester Tigers are defending champions after claiming the cup with a 16–12 victory over Exeter Chiefs in the 2016–17 final at Twickenham Stoop.[1][2] This was Leicester's eighth title in the competition.

Teams & locations[edit]

Club Coach Captain Stadium Capacity City/Area
England Bath New Zealand Todd Blackadder England Matt Garvey The Recreation Ground 14,500 Bath, Somerset, England
Wales Cardiff Blues England Danny Wilson Wales Gethin Jenkins BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park 12,125 Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
Wales Dragons Ireland Bernard Jackman Wales Cory Hill Rodney Parade 8,800 Newport, Wales
England Exeter Chiefs England Rob Baxter England Jack Yeandle Sandy Park 12,800 Exeter, Devon, England
England Gloucester Ireland David Humphreys New Zealand Willi Heinz Kingsholm Stadium 16,500 Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
England Harlequins England John Kingston Australia James Horwill Twickenham Stoop 14,816 Twickenham, Greater London, England
England Leicester Tigers Australia Matt O'Connor England Tom Youngs Welford Road 25,800 Leicester, Leicestershire, England
England London Irish England Nick Kennedy England David Paice Madejski Stadium 24,161 Reading, Berkshire
England Newcastle Falcons England Dean Richards England Will Welch Kingston Park 10,200 Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, England
England Northampton Saints Australia Alan Gaffney England Dylan Hartley Franklin's Gardens 15,500 Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
Wales Ospreys Wales Steve Tandy Wales Alun Wyn Jones Liberty Stadium 20,827 Swansea, West Glamorgan, Wales
England Sale Sharks England Steve Diamond England Will Addison AJ Bell Stadium 12,000 Salford, Greater Manchester, England
England Saracens Ireland Mark McCall England Brad Barritt Allianz Park 10,000 Barnet, Greater London, England
Wales Scarlets New Zealand Wayne Pivac Wales Ken Owens Parc y Scarlets 14,870 Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales
England Wasps Wales Dai Young England Joe Launchbury Ricoh Arena 32,609 Coventry, West Midlands, England
England Worcester Warriors South Africa Alan Solomons Ireland Donncha O'Callaghan Sixways Stadium 12,024 Worcester, Worcestershire, England

Pool stages[edit]

Points system

The points scoring system for the pool stages will be as follows:

  • 4 points for a win
  • 2 points for a draw
  • 1 bonus point for scoring four or more tries in a match (TB)
  • 1 bonus point for a loss by seven points or less (LB)

Pool 1 v Pool 4[edit]

Pool 1
Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
England Bath (1) 4 4 0 0 112 80 32 12 12 1 0 17
England Gloucester 4 2 0 2 133 84 49 20 11 2 1 11
England Wasps 4 2 0 2 134 159 -25 20 24 3 0 11
Wales Cardiff Blues 4 0 0 4 49 149 -100 6 20 0 0 0
Updated: 4 February 2018
Source: Premiership Rugby
Pool 4
Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
England Newcastle Falcons (3) 4 3 0 1 149 81 68 22 12 3 0 15
England London Irish 4 2 0 2 137 101 36 21 13 3 1 12
England Leicester Tigers 4 2 0 2 109 119 -10 14 16 2 1 11
Wales Ospreys 4 1 0 3 77 127 -50 10 17 0 0 4
Updated: 4 February 2017
Source: Premiership Rugby

Round 1 (England)[edit]

4 November 2017
15:00
(2 BP) London Irish England 22–26 England Bath
Try: Northcote-Green (2) 16' m, 36' m
Paice 42' c
Lewington 57' m
Con: McKibbin (1/1) 43'
Report Try: Tapuai 3' c
L. Davis 51' c
Con: F. Burns (2/2) 3', 52'
Pen: F. Burns (4/4) 19', 39', 62', 69'
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 4,364
Referee: Ben O'Keefe

4 November 2017
15:00
Leicester Tigers England 26–24 England Gloucester (1 BP)
Try: C. Thacker 11' m
Holmes 49' c
Thompstone 70' m
Con: J. Ford (1/3) 50'
Pen: J. Ford (3/3) 22', 35' 40+1'
Report Try: McAllister 27' c
Vellacott 57'
Hudson 63'
Con: L. Evans (3/3) 28', 58' 64'
Pen: L. Evans (1/3) 15'
Welford Road
Attendance: 18,408
Referee: Craig Evans

4 November 2017
15:00
(1 BP) Wasps England 41–53 England Newcastle Falcons (1 BP)
Try: J. Willis 6' c
O'Sullivan 8' m
O. James (2) 18' c, 52' c
Armitage (2) 43' m, 69' c
Con: Miller (4/6) 7', 19', 53', 70'
Pen: Miller (1/1) 38'
Report Try: Radwan (2) 21' c 55' c
S. Socino 27' c
Uzokwe (2) 30' c, 71' m
Graham 49' m
Hodgson 59' c
A. Davidson 65' c
Con: C. Willis (3/5) 28', 31', 56'
Hodgson (2/3) 60' 66'
Pen: C. Willis (1/1) 3'
Ricoh Arena
Attendance: 7,517
Referee: Daniel Jones

[3]

Round 2[edit]

10 November 2017
19:30
Ospreys Wales 12–36 England Wasps (1 BP)
Try: Morgan-Williams 25' c
I. Phillips 31' m
Con: Price (1/2) 25'
Report Try: Harris 8' m
Macken (2) 10' c, 61' c
Armitage 17' c
Carr 43' c
Con: Eastgate (4/5) 10', 18', 44', 62'
Pen: Eastgate (1/1) 49'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 5,020
Referee: Christophe Ridley

10 November 2017
19:45
Bath England 33–31 England Leicester Tigers (2 BP)
Try: F. Burns 40' c
Z. Mercer 65' c
Penalty try 77'
Con: F. Burns (2/2) 40+1', 67'
Pen: F. Burns (4/4) 25', 32', 42', 50'
Report Try: Holmes (2) 16' c, 44' c
Thompstone 35' c
B. White 60' c
Con: Hardwick (4/4) 18', 36', 45', 61'
Pen: Hardwick (1/1) 9'
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 14,354
Referee: Greg MacDonald

11 November 2017
12:30
(1 BP) Gloucester England 47–7 England London Irish
Try: Heinz 22' c
Rapava-Ruskin 27' m
Hudson 40' c
Thrush 58' c
Trinder 60' c
Braley 72' c
Polledri 75' c
Con: B. Burns (2/3) 22', 40+1'
Twelvetrees (4/4) 59', 61', 73', 76'
Report Try: Hoskins 46' c
Con: Tonks (1/1) 47'
Kingsholm
Attendance: 11,272
Referee: Jack Makepeace

11 November 2017
14:30
(1 BP) Newcastle Falcons England 57–0 Wales Cardiff Blues
Try: M. Young 20' m
Sinoti (2) 25' c, 47' m
Penalty try 33'
Wilson 39' m
Radwan 41' c
A. Tait 52' c
Hodgson 59' c
Graham 78' c
Con: Hodgson (5/8) 26', 41', 53', 60', 79'
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 3,746
Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe

[4]

Round 1 (Wales)[edit]

17 November 2017
19:15
Cardiff Blues Wales 16–26 Wales Ospreys
Try: Millard 78' c
Con: Shingler (1/1) 79'
Pen: Shingler (3/3) 49', 57', 60'
Report Try: Morgan-Williams 45' c
R Williams 70' c
Con: Price (1/1) 46'
S Davies (1/1) 71'
Pen: S Davies (4/4) 54', 62', 77', 81'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 3,204
Referee: Adam Leal

[5]

Round 3[edit]

26 January 2018
19:45
(1 BP) Gloucester Rugby England 43–20 Wales Ospreys
Try: Hibberd 18' c
Atkinson 20' m
Braley 50' m
Thorley 55' c
Trinder 67' m
Morgan 72' c
Scott 80' c
Con: Burns (4/7) 19', 56', 73', 80'
Report Try: Jeffries 40' c
Morgan-Williams 42' m
Phillips 76' m
Con: Price (1/3) 40'
Pen: Luke Price 49'
Kingsholm
Attendance: 11,683
Referee: Adam Leal

27 January 2018
15:00
Bath Rugby England 21–8 England Newcastle Falcons
Try: Grant 50' c
Charlies 63' c
Wilson 76' c
Con: Burns (3/3) 51', 64', 76'
Report Try: Willis 66' m
Pen: Hodgson 54'
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 13,627
Referee: Mike English

27 January 2018
15:00
Leicester Tigers England 24–12 Wales Cardiff Blues
Try: Evans 21' c
Olowofela 31' c
Hamilton 64' c
Con: J Ford (3/3) 23', 32', 65'
Pen: J Ford 2'
Report Try: Roberts 52' c
L Jones 60' m
Con: Shingler (1/2) 54'
Welford Road
Attendance: 18,122
Referee: Jack Makepeace

27 January 2018
15:00
(1 BP) London Irish England 66–7 England Wasps
Try: Lewington 1' m
Steele 20' c
Cokanasiga (3) 28' c, 71' m, 78' c
Hoskins 33' c
Marshall 39' c
Fainga'a 55' c
Van Zyl 59' c
Tikoirotuma 76' c
Con: Marshall (5/6) 20', 29', 34', 40', 56'
Bell (3/4) 60', 77', 79'
Report Try: Foster 25' c
Con: Umaga 26'
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 4,598
Referee: Matt O'Grady

[6]

Round 4[edit]

2 February 2018
19:30
Ospreys Wales 19–32 England Bath (1 BP)
Try: Cross (2) 12' c, 22'm
Hook 61' c
Con: Price (2/3) 13', 62'
Report Try: Douglas 32' c
Banahan 44' m
Penalty Try (2) 70', 76'
Con: Lewis (1/2) 32'
Pen: Lewis (2) 16', 19'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 4,223
Referee: Steve Lee

2 February 2018
19:45
Cardiff Blues Wales 21–42 England London Irish (1 BP)
Try: Summerhill 15' c
S Davies 29' c
Domachowski 72' c
Con: Shingler (3/3) 16', 30', 73'
Report Try: Lewington 9' c
Treviranus (2) 20' c, 46' c
Botha 35' c
Fowlie 66' c
Cokanasiga 79' c
Con: James Marshall (6/6) 10', 21', 36', 47', 67, 80'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 3,123
Referee: Mike Hudson

3 February 2018
15:00
(1 BP) Newcastle Falcons England 31–19 England Gloucester
Try: Cooper (2) 14' c, 25' c
Wilson 28' c
Tait 41' c
Con: Flood (1/1) 15'
Hodgson (3/3) 25', 29', 43'
Report Try: Vellacott 7' c
Evans 34' c
Scott 64' m
Con: Williams (2/3) 8', 36'
Kingston Park
Attendance: 4,096
Referee: Matt O'Grady

4 February 2018
13:00
(1 BP) Wasps England 50–28 England Leicester Tigers (1 BP)
Try: Watson 11' m
Miller (2) 15' c, 24' c
Garratt 27' c
Hampson 45' c
Umaga 61' c
Bassett 70' m, 77' m
Con: Umaga (5/8) 16', 25', 28', 46', 62'
Report Try: Hamilton 7' c
Simmons (2) 34' c, 37' c
Holmes 64' c
Con: Worth (4/4) 8', 35', 38', 65'
Ricoh Arena
Attendance: 9,409
Referee: Ben Breakspear

[7]

Pool 2 v Pool 3[edit]

Pool 2
Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
England Exeter Chiefs (2) 4 3 0 1 147 79 68 23 13 3 0 15
England Harlequins 4 3 0 1 120 109 11 18 15 3 0 15
England Sale Sharks 4 3 0 1 118 85 33 16 9 1 1 14
Wales Dragons 4 2 0 2 84 126 -42 12 17 1 0 9
Updated: 3 February 2018
Source: Premiership Rugby
Pool 3
Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
England Northampton Saints (4) 4 3 0 1 129 80 49 18 13 3 0 15
England Worcester Warriors 4 1 0 3 116 123 -7 17 18 2 2 8
England Saracens 4 1 0 3 111 123 -12 14 17 2 2 8
Wales Scarlets 4 0 0 4 43 143 -100 5 21 0 1 1
Updated: 3 February 2018
Source: Premiership Rugby

Round 1 (England)[edit]

3 November 2017
19:45
(1 BP) Worcester Warriors England 21–24 England Sale Sharks
Try: Dowsett 13' c
Lawrence 61' c
Howe 80' c
Con: Heathcote (2/2) 15', 62'
Olver (1/1) 80'
Report Try: Ioane 5' c
Cliff 31' c
Curry 39' c
Con: MacGinty (3/3) 7', 32', 40'
Pen: MacGinty (1/1) 76'
Sixways
Attendance: 6,081
Referee: Greg Macdonald

4 November 2017
15:00
(1 BP) Exeter Chiefs England 43–28 England Northampton Saints (1 BP)
Try: Short 7' c
Salmon (2) 15' m, 52' c
Hepburn 21' c
Freeman 3' c
Taione 40' m
O'Flaherty 49' m
Con: J. Simmonds (4/7) 8', 22', 36', 53'
Report Try: Furbank 10' c
Stephenson 31' c
Estelles 67' c
Hutchinson 70' c
Con: Myler (2/2) 11', 32'
Grayson (2/2) 68', 71'
Sandy Park
Attendance: 10,344
Referee: Matthew O'Grady

5 November 2017
15:00
(1 BP) Saracens England 29–30 England Harlequins (1 BP)
Try: Nay 35'c
Earle 46' m
Whiteley 52' m
Con: Malins (1/3) 36'
Pen: Malins (4/4) 4', 11', 23', 72'
Report Try: Sloan 7' m
Alofa 56' c
Elia 64' m
Ibuanokpe 80+2' c
Con: Lang (2/3) 57', 80+4'
Pen: Lang (2/2) 71', 75'
Allianz Park
Attendance: 9,214
Referee: Hamish Smales

[3]

Round 2[edit]

10 November 2017
20:00
Sale Sharks England 29–22 England Saracens (1 BP)
Try: B. Curry 32' c
Țăruș 50' m
Haley 69' m
Con: MacGinty (1/3) 33'
Pen: MacGinty (3/3) 3', 19', 66'
Cliff (1/1) 44'
Report Try: Skelton 11' c
Con: Malins (1/1) 11'
Pen: Malins (5/5) 5', 22', 26', 35', 57'
AJ Bell Stadium
Attendance: 4,273
Referee: Rhys Thomas

11 November 2017
15:00
(BP) Northampton Saints England 41–7 Wales Dragons
Try: Estelles 15' m
Marshall 38' c
Pisi 48' c
Reinach 56' c
Wood 59' m
Mitchell 78' c
Con: Myler (3/4) 39', 49', 57'
Grayson (1/2) 78'
Pen: Myler (1/1) 42'
Report Try: Thomas 52' c
Con: Robson (1/1) 53'
Franklin's Gardens
Attendance: 9,347
Referee: Mike English

12 November 2017
15:00
Scarlets Wales 0–40 England Exeter Chiefs (1 BP)
Report Try: Malton 12' m
Freeman 32' c
Penalty try (3) 48', 58, 72'
Hendrickson 66' c
Con: J. Simmonds (2/3) 33', 67'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 5,011
Referee: Karl Dickson

12 November 2017
15:00
(BP) Harlequins England 45–37 England Worcester Warriors (BP)
Try: Visser 10' m
Luamanu 23' c
Sloan 32' c
Chisholm 38' c
Lamb 48' m
Lang 54' c
Alofa 63' c
Con: Lang (5/7) 24', 33', 38', 55', 63'
Report Try: Hammond (3) 2' c, 45' c, 71' m
Stelling 26' m
Howard 56' m
Barry 65' m
Con: Olver (2/6) 3', 46'
Pen: Olver (1/1) 15'
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 7,300
Referee: Adam Jones

[4]

Round 1 (Wales)[edit]

17 November 2017
19:30
Dragons Wales 23–18 Wales Scarlets (1 BP)
Try: Shipp 43' m
Babos 50' c
Harris 56' m
Con: Robson (1/3) 50'
Pen: Robson (1/1) 29'
Henson (1/1) 75'
Report Try: Lewis 15' m
R Jones 18' c
Con: McBryde (1/2) 19'
Pen: McBryde (2/2) 40', 68'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 3,917
Referee: Adam Jones

[5]

Round 3[edit]

27 January 2018
14:00
(1 BP) Sale Sharks England 20–24 England Northampton Saints
Try: Moore 30' m
James 56' m
Jones 70' c
Con: De Klerk (1/3) 72'
Pen: Addison 40'
Report Try: Pisi 47' c
Nutley 51' c
Tuitavake 80' c
Con: Grayson (3/3) 48', 52', 80'
Pen: Grayson 61'
AJ Bell Stadium
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe

27 January 2018
15:00
(1 BP) Harlequins England 35–7 Wales Scarlets
Try: Cheeseman 20' c
Lewis 26' c
White 45' c
Lang 57' c
Chisholm 75' c
Con: Lang (5/5) 21', 27', 46', 58', 76'
Report Try: Morgan 71' c
Con: Maynard 72'
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 9,305
Referee: Elgan Williams

27 January 2018
15:00
(1 BP) Saracens England 41–21 Wales Dragons
Try: Flanagan 30' m
Tompkins 33' c
Segun 40' c
Gallagher 41' m
Reffell 69' m
Whiteley 72' m
Con: Malins (2/5) 35', 40'
Pen: Malins (2) 2', 50'
Report Try: Keddie 21' c
Belcher 58' c
Fairbrother 80' c
Con: Kirchner (3/3) 22', 59', 80'
Allianz Park
Attendance: 6,432
Referee: Simon Harding

27 January 2018
15:00
(1 BP) Worcester Warriors England 31–21 England Exeter Chiefs
Try: Adams (2) 39' m, 67' c
Denton 39' c
Howe 48' c
Baldwin 77' m
Con: Shillcock (3/5) 39', 49' 68'
Report Try: Lawday 2' c
Strong 18' c
Malton 61' c
Con: Simmonds (3/3) 3', 19', 62'
Sixways
Attendance: 7,612
Referee: Adam Jones

[6]

Round 4[edit]

2 February 2018
19:05
Scarlets Wales 18–45 England Sale Sharks (1 BP)
Try: Price 5' m
Reeds 38' c
Con: Maynard (1/2) 39'
Pen: Maynard (2) 24', 29'
Report Try: Charnley 12' m
Webber 18' c
Curry 20' c
Cliff 47' c
Reed 51' c
Strauss 70' c
Langdon 75' m
Con: Cliff (4/5) 19', 20', 48', 51'
Redpath (1/2) 70'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 3,021
Referee: Adam Jones

2 February 2018
19:30
(1 BP) Dragons Wales 33–27 England Worcester Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Sage 10' c
Hewitt 19' c
Kirchner 43' m
Pretorius 58' c
Morgan 73' c
Con: Kirchner (4/5) 11', 20', 59', 74'
Report Try: Haupt 1' c
Hammond 25' c
Howe 51' c
Con: Olver (3/3) 1', 26', 51'
Pen: Olver (2) 29', 51'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 3,662
Referee: Andrew Jackson

2 February 2018
19:45
Northampton Saints England 36–10 England Harlequins
Try: North 5' c
Stephenson 10' c
Tuala 26' c
Pisi (2) 29' m, 67' c
Con: Francis (3/4) 6', 12', 27'
Myler (1/1) 68'
Pen: Francis 45'
Report Try: Lambert 39' m
Marchant 75'
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 10,125
Referee: Nic Berry

3 February 2018
15:00
(1 BP) Exeter Chiefs England 43–20 England Saracens
Try: O'Flaherty (2) 4' m, 49' m
Devoto (2) 13' c, 46' c
Low 16' c
Maunder 26' c
Davis 75' m
Con: J. Simmonds (4/7) 14', 17', 27', 47'
Report Try: Whiteley 19' m
Segun 28' m
Malins 40' m
Lindsay 70' m
Sandy Park
Attendance: 12,437
Referee: Elgan Williams

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Semi-finals[edit]

9 March 2018
19:45
Bath England 13–12 England Northampton Saints
Try: Douglas 18' c
Con: Lewis (1/1) 19'
Pen: Lewis (2) 4', 47'
Report Pen: Myler (4) 23', 28', 31', 55'
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 8,455
Referee: Adam Jones
11 March 2018
13:00
Exeter Chiefs England 20–17 England Newcastle Falcons
Try: Townsend 2' c
J. Simmonds 47' c
Con: J. Simmonds (2/2) 3', 48'
Pen: J. Simmonds (2) 65', 77'
Report Try: Cooper 25' c
Hammersley 32' c
Con: Flood (2/2) 26', 33'
Pen: Flood 12'
Sandy Park
Attendance: 8,833
Referee: Karl Dickson

[8]

Final[edit]

30 March
14:30
Bath England 11–28 England Exeter Chiefs
Try: Vuna 25' m
Con: Burns (0/1)
Pen: Burns (2/2) 18', 53'
Report Try: Innard (2) 4' c, 29' c
Salmon 32' m
Con: J. Simmonds (2/3) 6', 31'
Pen: J. Simmonds (3) 10', 13', 67'
Kingsholm Stadium
Attendance: 8,074
Referee: Craig Evans

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Attendances[edit]

  • Attendances do not include the final at Kingsholm.
Club Home
games
Total Average Highest Lowest % Capacity
England Bath 3 36,436 12,145 14,354 8,455 84%
Wales Cardiff Blues 2 6,327 3,164 3,204 3,123 26%
Wales Dragons 2 7,579 3,790 3,917 3,662 45%
England Exeter Chiefs 3 31,614 10,538 12,437 8,833 82%
England Gloucester 2 22,955 11,478 11,683 11,272 71%
England Harlequins 2 16,605 8,303 9,305 7,300 56%
England Leicester Tigers 2 36,530 18,265 18,408 18,122 71%
England London Irish 2 8,962 4,481 4,598 4,364 19%
England Newcastle Falcons 2 7,842 3,921 4,096 3,746 38%
England Northampton Saints 2 19,472 9,736 10,125 9,347 63%
Wales Ospreys 2 9,243 4,622 5,020 4,223 22%
England Sale Sharks 2 6,773 3,387 4,273 2,500 28%
England Saracens 2 15,646 7,823 9,214 6,432 78%
Wales Scarlets 2 8,032 4,016 5,011 3,021 27%
England Wasps 2 16,926 8,463 9,409 7,517 26%
England Worcester Warriors 2 13,693 6,847 7,612 6,081 57%

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Individual statistics[edit]

  • * Note that points scorers includes tries as well as conversions, penalties and drop goals. Appearance figures also include coming on as substitutes (unused substitutes not included).

Season records[edit]

References[edit]

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