Doncaster Knights booked their place in the quarter-finals of the B&I Cup with a magnificent 37-28 bonus point win over previously unbeaten Pool 2 leaders Leinster A at Donnybrook Stadium. Knights’ hopes looked to be hanging by a thread at half time when they trailed the strongly-fancied Irish side 21-8. But they scored 29 points without reply in the second half, during which Leinster had two players sin-binned, to lead 37-21 at one stage.
Doncaster Knights have a real battle on their hands to keep their B&I Cup hopes alive in their final Pool 2 game against Leinster A this weekend. The unbeaten Irish side romped to a resounding 41-17 win over Knights at Castle Park in the opening round of fixtures in the competition in October. Since then they have built up an unassailable lead at the top of the pool. Knights had hoped to have picked up enough points to qualify as one of the three best runners-up prior to the game.
It’s do-or-die for Doncaster Knights tomorrow in their bid to reach the knockout stages of the B&I Cup. Knights go into their final Pool 2 game at unbeaten Leinster A battling it out with three other second-placed teams for the three runners-up spots up for grabs. Knights, who have 17 points, are currently the best second-placed club on points difference from Pool 1 side Munster A, but both Yorkshire Carnegie (14) and Cornish Pirates(14) can still pip them.
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