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2013 Challenge Cup Quarter finalists confirmed


Bath finished as the top ranked Challenge Cup team

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Article Published: Sunday 20 January 2013


Following the conclusion of the group stage matches in the Amlin Challenge Cup the finalists and their rankings for the quarter finals have been confirmed.

The qualifiers and their rankings for the Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-finals are:

1 Bath Rugby (First-ranked ACC pool winner)
2 Gloucester Rugby (Second-ranked ACC pool winner)
3 Perpignan (Third-ranked ACC pool winner)
4 London Wasps (Fourth-ranked ACC pool winner)
5 Leinster Rugby (Third-best Heineken Cup pool runner-up)
6 Toulouse (Fourth-best Heineken Cup pool runner-up)
7 Biarritz Olympique (Fifth-best Heineken Cup pool runner-up)
8 Stade Francais Paris (Fifth-ranked ACC pool winner)

The quarter-final matches, to be played on 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 April, will be:

1 Bath Rugby (ACC 1) v 8 Stade Francais Paris (ACC 5)
2 Gloucester Rugby (ACC 2) v 7 Biarritz Olympique (Heineken Cup 3)
3 Perpignan (ACC 3) v 6 Toulouse (Heineken Cup 2)
4 London Wasps (ACC 4) v 5 Leinster Rugby (Heineken Cup 1)

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