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Northampton aiming to complete double over Dragons

Thursday 6th December 2018

2:01 pm (GMT)

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Rhodri Williams of Dragons against Northampton Saints

Two-time Challenge Cup winners Northampton Saints will aim to beat Dragons for the second time this season when they clash at Franklin’s Gardens on Saturday.

  • This will be just the second meeting between Northampton Saints and the Dragons after their Round 2 clash this season which Saints won 35-21.
  • This will be the first time Northampton have hosted Welsh opposition in the Challenge Cup since 1997.

  • The Dragons can win three away matches for the first time since 2015 if they are successful on Saturday.
  • Northampton are the only side yet to miss a kick at goal this season, slotting all eight attempts to date.
  • Saints’ Cobus Reinach has won four turnovers in his two appearances this season, more than any other player.

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Northampton dominate in 48-14 win over Dragons

Saturday 8th December 2018

5:48 pm (GMT)

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Northampton dominate in 48-14 win over Dragons

Taqele Naiyaravoro of Northampton Saints is tackled by Hallam Amos of Dragons as he scores a try during the Challenge Cup match between Northampton Saints and Dragons

Northampton Saints boosted their chances of qualification from Pool 1 of the European Rugby Challenge Cup with this seven-try romp.

Saints were well on their way to victory by half-time when they had already built-up a 19-0 advantage.

Centre Luther Burrell, Fijian second-row forward Api Ratuniyarawa and hooker James Fish all went in for tries with Dan Biggar adding two conversions.

Dragons made a fine start to the second period with centre Adam Warren winning the race to a grubber kick and fly-half Josh Lewis converted to give the visitors hope.

It was to prove a false dawn as Saints quickly responded with Burrell’s second and there was no way back for Dragons after that as Fijian winger Taqele Naiyaravoro helped himself to a brace of touchdowns.

Scrum-half Alex Mitchell and winger Ollie Sleightholme also crossed for tries while Dragons only other response was a touchdown by flanker Nic Cudd converted by Lewis three minutes from time.

Next Saturday Northampton visit Timisoara Saracens while Dragons travel to France to take on Clermont Auvergne

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