You really see it all following Sale.
A sudden thunderstorm that briefly forced the match to be suspended midway through the second half luckily didn't arrest Sale's momentum as the Sharks triumphed 27-20 over Leicester on Sunday afternoon, securing their first league double over the Tigers since the 2007-08 season and keeping their 11-month unbeaten home record alive for another round.
Tries from Cameron Neild, Neville Edwards and Danny Cipriani along with two penalties from the latter gave Sale their first home win over Leicester since 2009 despite a late surge from the Tigers whose defeat was only assured when they knocked on on Sale's try-line in the game's final play.
And whilst Sale were fortuitous that both Vereniki Goneva dropped the ball making an unnecessary cut inside in Sale's in-goal area (!) and Will Addison was deemed not to be in touch during the buildup to Nev Edwards' try, it was a fully deserved victory for the Sharks which sees them move past Gloucester into 7th place with a game still in hand on Harlequins in 6th.
Next up for Sale is a trip to the MadStad bogey ground home to relegation-favourites London Irish who are hanging onto Premiership status by a thread. Whilst the Exiles are desperate for a win to keep them in touching distance of Newcastle in 11th, a Sale win and a Harlequins loss could see the Sharks leapfrog the latter into the final Champions Cup qualification place with a game still in hand.
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