Leicester Tigers secured an impressive 27-8 win over Wasps in the Gallagher Premiership on Saturday as Zack Henry kicked four penalties for the hosts.
Leicester, who have recorded two wins from two in the preliminary stage of this season’s European Rugby Challenge Cup, enjoyed a comfortable victory at Welford Road.
No.8 Jasper Wiese recorded the opening try of the contest three minutes in before Henry added three first half penalties as Leicester led 14-3 at the interval.
Further tries from hooker Julian Montoya and replacement Tommy Reffell in the second period secured victory for the hosts.
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Ospreys, who also sit undefeated after two rounds of Challenge Cup action, defeated Zebre Rugby 10-0 in a battle of attrition at the Liberty Stadium.
Fly-half Josh Thomas kicked the only points of the first half as the hosts led 3-0 until the 73rd minute of the contest when scrum-half Rhys Webb touched down for the only try of the afternoon.
Cardiff Blues and Benetton Rugby were also in Guinness PRO14 action, Cardiff losing 32-17 to Connacht Rugby, Benetton suffering a similar fate at the hands of Scarlets, defeated 41-17.
Meanwhile in France, Brive reversed their European form by defeating Heineken Champions Cup contenders Bordeaux-Bègles in a thriller at the Stade Amédée-Domenech, winning 25-23.
It was an afternoon to remember for fly-half Enzo Hervé who kicked a conversion and six penalties as his Brive side resisted a late surge to secure victory in the TOP 14.