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What would you ask Saracens and England star Mako Vunipola ? That's what we posed to you, the fans, on the England Rugby Facebook page – and you responded
Billy Vunipola ran over Harrison from a scrum and Petrus Du Plessis blasted a hole as the favourites made a With a strong wind at their backs, Saracens were happy to kick down field but Northampton's mix of intelligence and Last - gasp Gopperth kick sends Wasps into Champions Cup last four Rugby.
Manu Vunipola kicked a last-gasp penalty to secure a dramatic 16-13 win for Saracens over London Irish at Allianz Park in the Premiership on Saturday.
On a day when cousins Billy and Mako suffered Rugby World Cup final heartache with England, Vunipola was the hero for the reigning champions – but only after he flirted with playing the role of villain.
Mark McCall's side were 8-6 ahead at the break, Alex Lozowski's penalty and a try from Titi Lamositele coming between a pair of three-pointers from the boot of Stephen Myler.
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By Dave Mohan at Corrigan Park. A Donal Burke free with the last puck of the ball snatched a last - gasp win for Dublin over Antrim in 1B of the Allianz Hurling League at Corrigan Park, Belfast. The hosts had battled back from seven down in the second period and thought they had rescued a point
Irish initially turned the tables after the break as Albert Tuisue dotted down at the end of a driving maul and Myler added the extras.
But, with time running out, Ben Earl forced his way over to tie it up and, though Vunipola was wayward with a twice-taken conversion, he split the posts with a penalty that proved to be the last action of the game.
FULL TIME | Sarries fought until the very last minute and managed to clinch the win!
— Saracens Rugby Club (@Saracens)
In the other two games, both Leicester Tigers and Wasps picked up their first wins of the season.
The Tigers dished out a first defeat of the campaign to Gloucester, triumphing 16-13, while Wasps overcame Bath 30-22.
Eddie Jones: 'They were too good for us'
England head coach Eddie Jones admitted his side simply weren’t good enough as they lost to the Springboks in a bruising World Cup final. The Australian was speaking after South Africa dominated the game, eventually winning 32-12. Makazole Mapimpi and Cheslin Kolbie scored brilliant tries towards the end of a game that England were never really in, leading to a historic moment for South African rugby, with flanker Siya Kolisi – raised in a Port Elizabeth township and the first black Springbok captain – lifted the William Webb Ellis trophy.After his side’s defeat, Jones said: "We just couldn’t get on the front foot.
Manu Vunipola ’s nerveless late penalty handed reigning champions Saracens a dramatic 16-13 win over valiant newly-promoted London Irish at Allianz Park. The match looked all set for a draw until Sarries were awarded a penalty and, as the clocked ticked down , Vunipola kept his nerve to slot the
Billy Vunipola scores a try on his latest return from injury as Saracens come from behind to beat Bristol Bears. But Sarries came out with renewed vigour after the break and former Australia forward Smith's red card paved the way for a dominant final half-hour.
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