Gallagher Premiership Round 10: Highlights and replays of every game on BT Sport

We’ve got your domestic rugby needs covered once again, as we bring you every second of the action from the English top flight.

By Callum Davis Published: 22 February 2021 - 10.13am

As the Six Nations takes a short break, domestic club rugby took centre stage with round 10 of the Gallagher Premiership and, once again, we had every game exclusively live this weekend.

Read on, or jump to the game of your choice, for highlights and match reports from every game on BT Sport.

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Friday 19 February

Bath 16-14 Gloucester - Watch replay

Bath narrowly beat Gloucester in an attritional West Country derby at the Rec, in which both sides were reduced to 14 men.

Gloucester’s Val Rapava-Ruskin saw red after only eight minutes for an elbow and Wales international Taulupe Faletau capitalised for Bath in the second period before Mike Williams was sent off.

Lewis Ludlow’s late try looked certain to snatch an unlikely victory for the visitors before Rhys Priestland’s last-gasp penalty secured the win for the hosts.

Saturday 20 February

Harlequins 24-12 Sale Sharks - Watch replay

Harlequins continued their impressive form under interim management to beat Sale and move up to third in the Premiership table.

The result saw Quins leapfrog Sale into the top three as tries from Joe Marchant and Alex Dombrandt helped the Londoners to a fourth straight victory since former head coach Paul Gustard's departure.

"All credit to Quins, they took their tries well and they're playing with a bit of fizz about them. They're on a bit of a roll," said Sharks head coach Alex Sanderson, who has now lost back-to-back games since succeeding Steve Diamond.

Leicester Tigers 27-8 Wasps - Watch replay

Three players were shown a straight red at Welford Road on Saturday afternoon as Leicester Tigers comfortably beat Wasps to leapfrog them into sixth in the table.

Jasper Wiese scored one of Leicester's three tries but saw red for an illegal clearout later in the first half.

Wasps front rower Kieran Brookes was given his marching orders to reduce both sides to 14 men before Haro Liebenberg was red-carded late on.

Exeter Chiefs 12-13 Northampton Saints - Watch replay

Piers Francis kicked eight points as Northampton Saints stunned defending champions Exeter at Sandy Park.

The visitors led through Shaun Adendorff's try but were forced to defend for much of the game as the hosts piled on the pressure in search of points.

Hookers Jack Yeandle's try drew Exeter level but the home side struggled to breach Northampton's stubborn goalline defence in the latter stages.

Sam Skinner scored with a minute remaining but brother Joe's conversion attempted was unsuccessful.

Worcester Warriors v Newcastle Falcons

Cancelled

For the second successive week, Newcastle's Gallagher Premiership game has been cancelled after the Falcons returned positive results in the latest round of coronavirus testing.

A Premiership Rugby spokesperson said: "The health and safety of players, management, staff and match officials is our priority, and we wish those who have tested positive at the Falcons a safe and speedy recovery.

"Newcastle Falcons had a small number of positive tests last week, and this has been followed by more this week and the halting of team training, so the match at Sixways Stadium - scheduled for this Saturday - cannot go ahead.

"Neither Premiership Rugby nor the club will be naming any of the players or staff involved, and we would ask everyone to respect their privacy."

Sunday 21 February

London Irish 34-34 Bristol Bears - Watch Replay

London Irish battled back from 31-13 down to secure a dramatic draw against Premiership table-toppers Bristol Bears in a thrilling contest on Sunday afternoon.

Bristol dominated the first half and ran in tries through Rat Naulago (two), Piers O’Conor and Chris Vui in a scintillating display of rugby from the league leaders.

But the Exiles showed tremendous spirit to battle back and tries from Theo Brophy-Clews, Nick Phipps (two) and finally Tom Parton in the 77th minute saw them snatch a draw in an all-time Premiership classic.