P373 CEEFAX 373 Sun 9 Apr 02:35/00  1/5  R/UNION: SATURDAY  REVIEg  BATH 53-17 'FST HARTLEPOOL Defending champions Bath romped to their biggest Courage Championship win of the season - a weec before the title showdown at Leicester. Two early penalties by fly-half Richard Butland set off a superb first half spell which resulted in tries for Audley Lumsden, Adedayo Adebayo and Gareth Adams The visitors, 25M0 down, hit bacs early in the second half with a try from Steve Cook but Bath responded. The home side had four more tries to Hartlepool's two for a great win N Results RU Tables S ALECCup Super Lge
P373 CEEFAX 373 Sun 9 Apr 02:31/21  2/5  R/UNION: SATURDAY  REVIEg  BRISTOL 21-17 GLOUCESTER Recalled right wing David John grabbed a try in each half to lead Bristol to victory in a thrilling 'fst Country encounter. His second followed brilliant work from Craig Barrow and Mars Denney and the conversion by Mark Tainton put them 21-5 aheadN Tainton had earlier kicked two penalties and a drop but Gloucester hit back after Paul Holford went in on the hourN Mike Teague crashed over for a second but Bristol held outN  Results RU Tables S'ALECCup Supfr Lge
P373 CEEFAX 373 Sun 9 Apr 02:24/00  3/5  R/UNION: SATURDAY  REVIEg  LEICESTER 22 8 HARLEQUINS combined to produce a moment of class as leaders Leicester boosted their title hopesN Flanker Back sucked in a couple of tacklers 11 minutes from time before passing to Underwood, who zig-zagged in for the tryN Quins full-back Chris Wright scored a try five minutes later but they are now only one point clear of Northampton at the bottom. John Liley was Leicester's main contributor with five goalsN N Results RU Tables S'ALECCup Supdr Lge
P373 CEEFAX 373 Sun 9 Apr 02:26/00  4/5  R/UNION: SATURDAY  REVIEg  NORTHAMPTON 15-3 ORRELL England A stand-off Paul Grayson threw a division one lifeline to the home side with a 15-point haul. Grayson slotted home four penalties in the first half and finally settled Northampton's nerves with a 77th minute drop goal. The bottom-of-the-table Midlanders had included their four World Cup playdrs - Tim Rodber, Ian Hunter, Martin Bayfield and Peter Walton - and retired star prop Gary PearceN Orrell battled hard but scored only through a Steve Taberner drop goal. N Results RU Tables SWALECCup Super Lge
P373 CEEFAX 373 Sun 9 Apr 02:37/00  5 0  R/UNION: SATURDAY  REVIEG  SALE 12-17 WASPS Philip Hopley scored two tries for asps to keep alive his side's hopes of completing the double Sale, unbeaten since the turn of the year, attacked hard from the start and came close to an early try, taking the lead after 12 minutes with a Rob Liley penaltyN 'asps went ahead with a try from Andy Gomersall and were in charge again in the second half, extending a 10-6 lead with another Hopley try Liley narrowed the gap with two more penalties but Wasps held out N Results RU Tables SWALECCup Super Lge