Quick links: Rugby Video | Six Nations Rugby | Premiership Rugby | LV= Cup | Rugby Championship | Heineken Cup Rugby | Pro 12 Rugby | Super Rugby | Currie Cup Rugby | Rugby World Cup
 
 
 

Biarritz knock London Wasps out in Challenge Cup


Joe Launchbury on attack for London Wasps

Email Article | | Print Article | Click here for a free $150 Bet

Article Published: Saturday 7 April 2012


France international scrum-half Dimitri Yachvili kicked 16 points to put Biarritz through to the Semi-finals and end London Wasps and England's participation in the Challenge Cup with a 23-26 victory.

More to follow.

Final Score Wasps (9) 23 Biarritz (17) 26

Scorers

London Wasps
Tries: Wade, Davis
Cons: Robinson 2
Pens: Robinson 3

Biarritz
Tris: Balshaw, Van Staden
Cons: Yachvili 2
Pens: Yachvili 4

Referee: John Lacey (Ireland)

Teams

London Wasps: H Southwell [capt]; R Haughton, E Daly, R Davis, C Wade; N Robinson, C Davies; Z Taulafo, V Korshunov, B Broster, J Cannon, R Birkett, J Launchbury, M Everard, S Jones

Replacements: N Morris, T Payne, S McIntyre, R Filipo, J Harris, J Wallace, T Prydie, T Lindsay

Biarritz Olympique Pays Basque: I Balshaw; T Ngwenya, C Gimenez, D Haylett-Petty, B Baby; J Peyrelongue, D Yachvili [capt]; Y Watremez, E Guinazu, E Van Staden, E Lund, P Taele, W Lauret, B Guyot, R Lakafia

Replacements: R Terrain, S Marconnet, F Gomez Kodela, J Roidot, I Harinordoquy, F Faure, J Barraque, M Bosch

bet365
 
 
Heineken Cup Rugby News
European Champions Cup to kick off in November
Europe's Rugby Champions Cup and the Challenge Cup will kick off in the middle of November later this year due to the Rugby World Cup which finishes in October.
Read more on this Rugby news article

Other recent news
European Champions Cup quarter finalists confirmed
Munster end on a high by smashing Sale Sharks
Bath survive Glasgow charge and qualify for last 8

More Heineken Cup Rugby News

Aviva Premiership
Harlequins signs Wales international Adam Jones
Aviva Premiership Rugby Club Harlequins have announced the signing of four time Six Nations winner, British and Irish Lion and Welsh legend Adam Jones.
Read more on this Rugby news article

Other recent news
Leicester Tigers v Exeter Chiefs Premiership Preview
Northampton Saints v Wasps Premiership Preview
Welsh to leave Glasgow for Newcastle Falcons

More Aviva Premiership News

Anglo Welsh Cup News
Six Nations Rugby
Ritchie: England finishing second is 'not acceptable'
Rugby Football Union (RFU) chief executive Ian Ritchie has said that England's fourth consecutive runners-up finish in the Six Nations is "not acceptable".
Read more on this Rugby news article

Other recent news
Frenzied 6N finale sends World Cup warning
Mike Brown slams lacklustre Italy and Scotland
Ireland end 60 year wait for back to back titles

More Six Nations Rugby News

 
Rugby Week Sponsor
 
 
Latest Rugby video