|Harlequins: (30) 37|
|Tries: Brown, Smith, Esterhuizen, Lynagh Pens: Smith 3 Cons: Smith 4|
|Tries: Brink, van Poortvliet, Martin Pen: Henry Cons: Henry 3|
Resurgent Harlequins chalked up a third straight win after an entertaining Premiership tussle with Leicester.
Cyle Brink crossed to put the Tigers ahead before tries from Mike Brown and Marcus Smith, and two Smith penalties put the hosts 20-7 up.
Jack van Poortvliet replied for the visitors, but Andre Esterhuizen’s score gave Quins a 30-17 half-time lead.
Louis Lynagh’s score secured the bonus point, leaving George Martin’s first senior try pure consolation.
More to follow.
Harlequins: Brown; Lynagh, Marchant, Esterhuizen, Morris; Smith, Care, Marler, Baldwin, Kerrod, Symons, Lewies (capt), White, Evans, Dombrandt.
Replacements: Elia, Garcia Botta, Louw, Young, De Carpentier, Landajo, Herron, Tapuai.
Sinbin: Hanro Liebenberg (41)
Leicester: Steward; Moroni, Taute (capt), Scott, Murimurivalu; Henry, Van Poortvliet; De Bruin, Montoya, Heyes, Lavanini, Green, Martin, Brink, Liebenberg.
Replacements: T Youngs, Leatigaga, Cole, Wells, Reffell, White, McPhillips, Kelly.
Sinbin: Matt Symons (41).
Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe (RFU).