Toulouse, the record four-time winner of rugby’s Heineken Cup, beat two-time champion Leicester 23-9 in the opening round of group matches. Northampton, Sale and Toulon also won.
Defending champion Leinster won 23- 16 at Glasgow Warriors to become the second team to reach the quarterfinals of European rugby’s Heineken Cup. Saracens defeated Biarritz 20-16 to close on a spot in the last eight.
Toulouse beat Gloucester 21-17 in rugby’s Heineken Cup today with a Clement Poitrenaud try after 73 minutes securing the win for the record four-time champion.
Defending champion Leinster defeated Bath 52-27 to remain unbeaten in rugby’s Heineken Cup.
Munster defeated Castres 26-10 to become the first team to secure a place in the Heineken Cup rugby quarterfinals.
Defending champion Leinster crossed for five tries in a 38-13 win against Glasgow Warriors in rugby’s Heineken Cup, while Bath beat Montpellier 16-13.
Northampton won 23-19 at Cardiff Blues in rugby’s Heineken Cup today to record a fourth straight win and extend its lead atop Pool One.
Harlequins beat Gloucester 28-9 and Toulouse defeated Connacht 36-10 to leave the teams unbeaten atop Pool 6 in rugby’s Heineken Cup.
Paul Sackey’s late try gave Toulon a 19-14 win over Ospreys in their opening game in rugby’s Heinken Cup, while London Irish beat Munster 23-17.
Toulouse beat Wasps 18-16 in the opening match of the four-time champion’s defense of its Heineken Cup rugby title, while Biarritz won 12-11 at Bath.