Report: Wasps 19-16 Exeter

Andy Goode keeps his eyes on the ball.

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Andy Goode's last-gasp drop-goal clawed Wasps to a 19-16 Aviva Premiership victory over battling Exeter at Adams Park.

Joe Simpson had twice saved Wasps from a third-straight home defeat when he raced in for a try before denying Exeter fly-half Henry Slade a winning score.

Report: Wasps 5-28 Bath

Fijian winger Semesa Rokoduguni scored Bath's opening two tries as they extended their winning run to seven matches in all competitions with a 28-5 victory at Wasps on Sunday.

Flanker Matt Garvey powered in for Bath's third try, converted by replacement fly-half Tom Heathcote, with their other 11 points coming from the boot of fly-half George Ford, who landed two penalties, a conversion and a drop-goal.

Report: Northampton 18-0 Newcastle

Northampton maintained their unbeaten record at Franklin's Gardens this season, but it took last season's Premiership finalists nearly an hour to break down a stubborn Newcastle.

It was not until the 58th minute that James Wilson scored to add to two Stephen Myler penalties, the sum total of near constant home pressure. Luther Burrell added a second as Newcastle left empty-handed but with plenty of credit for a spirited display.

Report: Harlequins 27-19 Gloucester

Harlequins celebrated 50 years at their Twickenham Stoop ground with a 27-19 win over Gloucester as the visitors could not overcome the decisive loss of three men to the sin-bin.

In a highly entertaining game, Gloucester were firmly in contention for the first half-hour but the sin-binning of their scrum half, Jimmy Cowan saw the game turn dramatically in favour of the Quins.

Report: Leicester Tigers 20-11 London Irish

Champions Leicester ended a dismal run in the Aviva Premiership with a 20-11 victory at home to London Irish thanks to two controversial penalty tries.

The Tigers, without a win in their last three league matches, were awarded a penalty try for collapsed scrums in each half by referee Martin Fox even though Leicester did not look likely to score from either.