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Ospreys 42-7 Treviso (FT)

The Ospreys gained bonus point in a convincing 42-7 win over Treviso at the Liberty Stadium. Tries from Dan Baker, Jeff Hassler, Rhys Webb and two from Dan Evans helped seal the victory.

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Scarlets 26-13 Dragons (FT)

The Scarlets triumphed in their derby with the Dragons at Parc Y Scarlets. A second half try from Richie Rees for the visitors wasn't enough for them to claw back.

Tries from Kristian Phillips and Gareth Owen, along with the boots of Rhys Priestland and Steve Shingler sealed the win for the Scarlets.

Final score Scarlets 26-13 Dragons.

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Ospreys score narrow victory against Zebre

Sam Davies kicked all of the Ospreys' points as they battled back to edge out Zebre 15-14 in their Guinness PRO12 match in Italy.

Davies booted five penalties to ensure the visitors extended their 100 per cent start to the new season. Their record came under threat in the early stages of the game with an unconverted try from Giulio Bisegni for Zebre.

Davies pegged the Italians back to 5-3, but a Gonzalo Garcia penalty restored the lead to five points. Another Davies penalty followed to make it 8-6 at half-time, but Garcia landed his second soon after the break.

Davies booted his third penalty before Zebre had Giulio Toniolatti sent to the sin-bin.

Both teams missed penalties before Davies found his range again to put the visitors 12-11 in front.

Garcia's third kick turned the match back in Zebre's favour, but Davies had the last say with eight minutes remaining to make it five wins out of five for his team. Final score Zebre 14-15 Ospreys.

Cardiff Blues fightback not enough against Leinster

Leinster were made to fight all the way for their second Guinness Pro 12 win at the RDS Arena with a late bonus point try sealing a 37-23 triumph over the Cardiff Blues.

Rhys Ruddock's storming solo try had Leinster leading 13-9 at half-time, with Ian Madigan kicking eight points and Rhys Patchell contributing all 9 for Cardiff.

Converted efforts from Cory Allen and Sam Warburton put the Blues back in the hunt at 27-23, but the defending champions made certain of victory with Madigan's third penalty and Luke McGrath's late try.

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