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PRO14 Wrap – Wins for Scarlets, Leinster and Ospreys

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With the international started this weekend with some friendly matches we saw four games in the PRO14 competition.

It was a dull affair between Benetton and Scarlets with Leinster running away with Zebre. It was a closer affair between the Warriors and Ospreys though.

Standings so far:

Guinness PRO14 20/21 Conference A

PosTeamPWLDPts
1770035
2770033
3734013
451405
571605
641305

Guinness PRO14 20/21 Conference B

PosTeamPWLPts
155022
273416
353215
473414
562410
65052

Weekend Wrap

Scarlets beat Benetton in a low-quality affair which ended 10-3. In defence for both side they did loose 11 of their players to their national teams.

Both sides struggled to get anything going for 80 minutes with Scarlets taking a 3-0 lead at the break.

The second half were not better but it was Asquith try that made the difference at the end of the game.

Scorers:

Scarlets: Tries – Asquith Conversions – O’Brien Penalties – O’Brien

Benetton: Penalties – Keatley

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Two tries from Sheehan saw Leinster thumping Zebre 63-8 on Friday night.

The defending champions had the bonus point wrapped up by halftime as Michael Bent, Sheehan, Dave Kearney and Tommy O’Brien all scored for a 28-3 lead.

Early in the second half Sheehan got his second try after a break from Murphy.

The champions never let up as they put another perfect performance together. The Italian side is still looking for their first win of the season.

Scorers:

Leinster: Tries – Bent, Sheehan(2), Kearney, O’Brien(2), Murphy, Parker, Penny Conversions – Byrne(9)

Zebre: Tries – Biondelli Penalties – Pescetto

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Ospreys secured their second win of the season when they beat Glasgow on Saturday 23-15.

Ospreys tries came from Reuben Morgan-Williams and Kieran Williams to secured the win.

Glasgow tries came from Huw Jones and George Turner. They were not able to secure a loosing bonus point. Glasgow opened the scoring in the 4th minute through Huw Jones following a break bu Grigg.

Ospreys were next to score when Morgan-Willams siped over for a try to reduce the lead to 12-10.

Early in the second half Myler gave Ospreys the lead with a penalty before Horne restored Glasgow advantage.

Ospreys came back when Williams got over in the corner with Myler adding the conversion and a penalty.

Scorers:

Ospreys (10) 23
Tries: Morgan-Williams, K Williams Cons: Myler 2 Pens Myler 3
Glasgow (12) 15
Tries: H Jones, Turner Con: G Horne Pen: Horne

Next Game:

Sunday 25 October

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