Written by Alex Goff    Monday, 10 September 2012 23:17    PDF Print Write e-mail
Americans Overseas: A Relatively Quiet Weekend
International - Americans Overseas


It was a fairly quiet weekend for Americans overseas as a few players were given some time off.

Todd Clever started at No.8 for NTT in Japan as they beat Panasonic 25-22.

Takudzwa Ngwenya started for Biarritz in the French Top 14 as they won 27-8 over Monpellier.

Chris Wyles started at left wing for Saracens in their 23-16 win over Sales, and also in the Premiership, Samu Manoa started at lock for Northampton as the Saints beat Exeter 24-21.

On the subs bench were Scott LaValla at Stade Francais (20-20 tie with Castres) and Eric Fry for the Manawatu Turbos in New Zealand (33-20 win over Northland).

Paul Emerick did not play for Wasps as they lost 30-23 to Bath.

In lower divisions, Seta Tuilevuka did not play for Beziers against Dax. Roland Suniula was on the subs bench in Auch’s 33-9 loss to Pays DAix, and Inaki Basauri was a sub for Tarbes in their 25-25 tie with Oyonnax.