January 23, 2023
James Grayson celebrates Northampton's victory over Harlequin all the time.

James Grayson celebrates Northampton’s victory over Harlequin at all times.

We are replaying Friday’s two Premier League fits during which Northampton Saints and Sale Sharks scored essential victories…

Northampton Saints 32-31 Harlequin

James Grayson plucked up the braveness to take a shocking 50m penalty as he beat Harlequin 32-31 in an exhilarating showdown to stay Northampton looking for a play-off spot.

The Saints suffered one of the vital Queens’ signature second-half video games because the Londoners have been with ease moment after they have been 9 issues at the back of at half-time.

The guests appeared to have had sufficient after they had 3 mins left, however Grayson’s shot proved to be the game-breaker and Queens scrum half of Danny Kare was once booked for controversy.

André Esterhuizen, Hugh Jones, Alex Dombrandt and Kadan Merly rounded out Queens’ effort, with Marcus Smith changing 4 and scoring a penalty.

Tommy Freeman, Lewis Ludlum, George Furbank and Alex Waller crossed the Saints, whilst Grayson added two consequences and 3 conversions.

Sale Sharks 35-27 Newcastle Falcons

Parus stored his hopes of completing within the most sensible 4 within the Premier League via profitable bonus issues over Newcastle on the AJ Bell Stadium.

The Heineken Cup quarter-finalists snapped their three-straight house defeat streak in all competitions with 5 makes an attempt alongside the best way, however the Falcons struggled till the hour-long ultimate quarter.

The visiting staff led 15–14 at half-time, however Alex Sanderson’s facet rallied successfully in the second one spherical en path to their tenth Premier League win of the season.

Two makes an attempt via Acker van der Merwe, one every via Ben Curry, Simon Hammersley and Evan Ashman scored via Robert du Pre, ensured the Sharks victory.

George McGuigan, Joel Hodgson, Matteo Carreras and Matthias Orlando equipped Newcastle with a take a look at bonus, with Joel Hodgson changing two conversions and Alex Tate changing a penalty.

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