Challenge Cup: Bristol Bears, Leicester Tigers and Dragons win again

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The Dragons, Leicester Tigers and bristol Bears made it two wins from two in the next Form of European Challenge Cup matches.

Bristol moved six points clear at the top of Pool 4 on Friday having an victory out to Brive day, operating in five tries.
Keep and Ed Holmes, Harry Randall, Piers O’Connor, Will Capon and toby Fricker spanned to secure a second bonus-point triumph the Bears’ impressive early-season form in Europe and at home.
After triumphing running in seven tries, the Dragons are high in Pool 1 with maximum points too.
Dafydd Howells, Arwel Robson, Ben Fry, Will Talbot-Davies, Ellis Shipp, jordan Williams along with Tyler Morgan will be the try-scorers for the traffic.
Since they edged out Cardiff Blues 14-11 in Pool 5 night in Cardiff Arms Park leicester were indebted to the twisting of Tom Hardwick.
The fly-half got three penalties – like one in the 80th minute to seal the win – to proceed with an attempt from Jordan Coghlan.
A last-gasp converted try from Sebastien Taofifenua saw Toulon make it two wins out of two and snatch a 17-16 win in the home to the Scarlets in Pool two on Friday.
The side possess a lead near the peak of the table London Irish, who picked up a bonus point at a high-scoring 45-31 win at home to Bayonne.
Two tries from Ashley Johnson set Wasps on course to get their first win in this season’s competition as they beat against Agen 32-14 at the Ricoh Arena.
Tommy Taylor and Malakai Fekitoa obtained while Jacob Umaga kicked three conversions and two penalties, another tries to secure the bonus stage.
With those two battling a 16-16 draw wasps are just two points behind Bordeaux-Begles and Edinburgh in Pool 3 however.
That game found two minutes to Matthieu Jalibert slot over a penalty for the French side out of time to make sure it finished honours even.
Worcester Warriors suffered their first defeat of the Challenge Cup effort since they were defeated 17-9 off on Saturday to Castres.
Elsewhere, Stade Francais edged Zebre 13-12 from Italy along with Pau romped into a 61-10 win at home to Calvisano out.

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