Harlequins 47 - 19 Ulster

Champions Cup: Harlequins 47-19 Ulster on the Stoop, which leaves Irish province all however out with Racing 92 set to overhaul them for the fourth and ultimate final 16 place out of Pool B ought to they beat Cardiff in Paris; Bulls beat Bordeaux in South Africa , confirming development for each

Final Up to date: 20/01/24 4:56pm

Louis Lynagh scored twice as Harlequins strolled past Ulster to knock the latter out of the Champions Cup

Louis Lynagh scored twice as Harlequins strolled previous Ulster to knock the latter out of the Champions Cup

Harlequins produced a 47-19 win over Ulster that retains them within the chase for residence benefit within the Champions Cup knockouts, and leaves the Irish province all however out.

Harlequins 47-19 Ulster

Louis Lynagh claimed two of 4 Quins tries scored at The Stoop, his first a sensational solo rating that began on his personal 22 and left 4 overwhelmed tacklers in his wake.

It wanted the celebs to align for Lynagh to even get on the pitch as solely an injury-enforced reshuffle hours earlier than kick-off created a emptiness on the bench that he stuffed till Oscar Beard limped off within the seventeenth minute.

The injury-troubled wing stepped up and took his probability superbly, issuing a reminder of his ending expertise with Nick David and Danny Care additionally tormenting an Ulster aspect that had in any other case dominated.

By the point David, Andre Esterhuizen and Will Evans ran in extra tries, the Irish province have been a spent pressure figuring out the win they wanted to progress was out of attain.

With Racing 92 internet hosting Cardiff at residence, an anticipated win for the Paris membership would seal Ulster’s destiny into the Problem Cup.

Bulls 46-40 Bordeaux-Begles

Marcell Coetzee (two), Embrose Papier, Devon Williams, David Kriel and Willie le Roux scored tries because the Bulls confirmed their passage by way of to the Champions Cup Final 16 after residence victory over Bordeaux-Begles.

Bordeaux themselves scored 40 factors through Adam Coleman, Paul Abadie, Madosh Tambwe, Romain Buros and Tevita Tatafu (two) tries to substantiate prime spot in Pool A.

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