Racing 92 qualify for European Qtrs

Casey Laulala scores one of his three tries

Racing 92 qualified for the European Rugby Champions Cup by hammering Welsh side the Scarlets 64-14 at Stade Yves-Du-Manoir on Sunday.

Parisian Club Racing scored nine tries during the one sided contest in which former All Black Dan Carter scored 19 points with his boot.

That gave them a points total of 22 from five games and meant that they could not be caught at the top Pool 3 by either Northampton or Glasgow, who were playing each other later on Sunday.

Scarlets, who managed two tries of their own in a free-flowing contest, lost for the fifth straight time in this year’s pool stages condemning them to a last place finish.

In the quarter-finals, Racing join Saracens and Leicester, who both ensured their qualification on Saturday.

Final Score Racing Metro 64 (38) Scarlets 14 (0)


Racing 92
Tries – Imhoff (2), Laulala (3), Claassen, Dupichot, Penalty, Goosen
Pen – Carter
Con – Shingler (2)
Drop –

Tries – Van der Merwe, G Davies
Pen –
Con – Carter (5), Dulin (2), Goosen
Drop –

Match Officials
Referee: Matthew Carley (England),
Assistant ref: Ian Tempest (England),
Assistant ref: Wayne Falla (England),
TMO: David Grashoff (England),
Citing Commissioner: Achille Reali (Italy)


Racing 92 Metro: Brice Dulin; Louis Dupichot, Casey Laulala, Dan Carter, Juan Imhoff; Remi Tales, Mike Phillips; Eddy Ben Arous, Dimitri Szarzewski (c), Ben Tameifuna, Luke Charteris, Manuel Carizza, Yannick Nyanga, Bernard Le Roux, Antonie Claassen

Replacements: Camille Chat, Julien Brugnaut, Martin Castrogiovanni, Thibault Dubarry, Chris Masoe, Maxime Machenaud, Henry Chavancy, Johannes Goosen

Scarlets: Mike Collins; Steff Evans, Regan King, Hadleigh Parkes, DTH van der Merwe; Steven Shingler, Gareth Davies; Phil John, Ken Owens (c), Samson Lee, George Earle, Maselino Paulino, Rory Pitman, Aaron Shingler, Morgan Allen

Replacements: Kirby Myhill, Wyn Jones, Rhodri Jones, Tom Price, Tom Phillips, Rhodri Williams, Dan Jones, Steff Hughes

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