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Lynagh scores again in Harlequins’ win

The in-demand Louis Lynagh has scored another Premiership try for English champions Harlequins, who returned to form in style as they defeated Wasps 29-24 at the Twickenham Stoop.

Quins ran in five tries in total on Saturday as they ended a run of three straight defeats to move up to third in the table while at the same time open up a five-point gap between them and their visitors.

And Lynagh, son of Wallabies great Michael Lynagh who’s been courted as a possible international by Australia, Italy and England, was among the scorers again as he went over for his eighth try of the campaign.

Lynagh, who’s been part of Eddie Jones’ England squads this season while not making the final cut to get a debut in the Six Nations, made an impact as a replacement in the second half, latching on to a Tommy Allan offload to burst through and show the visiting defence a clean pair of heels.

While the result may have been a disappointment for Wasps, they were buoyed by the welcome sight of Jack Willis making his first appearance in a year, as a replacement, following his recovery from a serious knee injury.

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