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Anglo Welsh LV Cup Semi-finals confirmed


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Article Published: Sunday 5 February 2012


The Semi-final fixtures for the Anglo Welsh LV Cup tournament for the 2011/2 season have been finalised after the fourth round of matches were played.

Friday's fixture between Newport Gwent Dragons and Saracens was postponed but the result would not have impacted on the Semi-finals as Bath secured a bonus point victory in their match.

Finishing Pool 1 with a total of 20 points, Bath Rugby top the semi-finals rankings followed by Northampton Saints (2), Llanelli Scarlets (3) and Leicester Tigers (4).

The West Country side will welcome the Tigers to The Rec, while 2009-10 LV= Cup winners Northampton Saints - whose seven try rampage over London Wasps secured home advantage - will host Welsh representatives Llanelli Scarlets.

The Anglo Welsh LV Cup Semi-finals are as follows.

Semi-final 1

Bath vs Leicester Tigers at The Rec

Semi-final 2

Northampton Saints vs Scarlets at Franklins Gardens

It has been confirmed that confirmed Bath will play Leicester Tigers on Friday the 9th of March at 7.30pm.
 
In the other Semi-final Pool 4 winners Northampton Saints host Welsh region the Scarlets, who topped Pool 3 on Sunday, March 11 (1pm).

The 2012/12 Anglo Welsh Cup final will be held at Worcester Warriors home ground Sixways on the 18th of March 2012.

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