LARMOUR'S DOUBLE ENDS HOLDERS' RUN
Sunday Express|April 11, 2021
EXETER CHIEFS ......22 LEINSTER ............ 34 From Alex Spink AT SANDY PARK

HOLDERS exeter were knocked out after a titanic quarter-final at sandy Park.

Only Leinster, Leicester, Toulon and Saracens have successfully defended the European Cup in its 26-year history.

And that sizeable task proved beyond Exeter as their Irish conquerors triumphed through Jordan Larmour’s try double, his fellow wing James Lowe’s first-half touchdown, plus 17 points from Ross Byrne.

Byrne replaced Leinster and Ireland captain Johnny Sexton, who kicked an early conversion but went off in the 28th minute before failing a head injury assessment.

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