Well I never. Two (recent) former winners of the Heineken Cup come close to crashing out on one shocking day in the tournament and London Irish end their run of 10 consecutive defeats in all competitions. Think of the odds you would have got if you had predicted all three of those results. The results, which leave Wasps hanging by a thread…at least they will know what they have to do as they are playing on Sunday… really shake up the tournament so click here for the full results and every try-scorer.

POOL 6

Glasgow Warriors 20 London Wasps 10
HT: 6-10 Attendance: 2,564
Glasgow Warriors: Try – Colin Gregor; Penalty – Ruaridh Jackson (4) ; Drop Goal – Ruaridh Jackson
London Wasps: Try – Tom Varndell; Conversion – Dave Walder; Penalty – Dave Walder
Match points: Glasgow Warriors 4pts, London Wasps 0pts
Man of the Match: R Jackson (Glasgow Warriors)

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London Irish 24 Ospreys 12
HT: 14-6 Attendance: 12,116
London Irish: Try – Topsy Ojo, Sailosi Tagicakibau; Conversion – Dan Bowden; Penalty – Ryan Lamb, Dan Bowden (3) ; Yellow Card – James Buckland
Ospreys: Penalty – Dan Biggar (3) , James Hook
Match points: London Irish 4pts, Ospreys 0pts
Man of the Match: C Hala’ufia (London Irish)

Toulon 32 Munster 16
HT: 26-9
Toulon: Try – Paul Sackey, Christian Loamanu; Conversion – Jonny Wilkinson (2) ; Penalty – Jonny Wilkinson (6) ; Yellow Card – Davit Kubriashvili
Munster: Try – David Wallace; Conversion – Ronan O’Gara; Penalty – Ronan O’Gara (3) ; Yellow Card – Donncha O’Callaghan, Ronan O’Gara
Match points: Toulon 4pts, Munster 0pts
Man of the Match: J van Niekerk (Toulon)


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