|Sale Sharks (10) 27|
|Tries: Langdon, D du Preez, De Klerk Cons: R du Preez 3 Pens: R du Preez 2|
|Harlequins (16) 19|
|Tries: Chisholm Cons: Smith Pens: Smith 4|
Sale Sharks scored two late tries in a stirring comeback to beat Harlequins in a tense Premiership Cup final and win their first silverware since 2006.
Sale led 10-0 in the rearranged final, Curtis Langdon bundling over and Rob du Preez adding a conversion and penalty.
Fourteen points from the boot of Marcus Smith and a well-worked James Chisholm score put Quins 19-10 ahead.
But Dan du Preez’s try and Rob du Preez’s penalty put Sale in front, and Faf de Klerk’s score sealed the win.
More to follow.
Sale Sharks: Hammersley; Solomona, S James, Janse van Rensburg, Yarde; R du Preez, Cliff; Oosthuizen, Langdon, Cooper-Woolley, Wiese, JL du Preez, Ross (capt), B Curry, D du Preez.
Replacements: Van der Merwe, Morozov, John, Phillips, T Curry, De Klerk, MacGinty, Tuilagi.
Harlequins: Brown; Earle, Marchant, Northmore, Morris; Smith, Care; Garcia Botta, Baldwin, Kerrod, Lamb, Lewies, Robshaw (capt), Evans, J Chisholm.
Replacements: Elia, Thomas, Louw, Young, Dombrandt, Landajo, Esterhuizen, Lang.
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