Anglo-Welsh Cup: Beaten Welsh regions to make exit

Harrison Keddie scored the game's opening try as Dragons lost at Saracens
Harrison Keddie scored the game's opening try as Dragons lost at Saracen

Welsh rugby will not have any teams in the Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-finals after all four regions lost their third-round games to lie bottom of their pools.

Harlequins trounced Scarlets 35-7 at the Stoop, ex-Cardiff Blues back-rower Luke Hamilton was a Leicester Tigers try-scorer in their home 24-12 win over Blues.

Dragons went down 40-21 at Saracens while Ospreys lost 34-20 at Gloucester.

Wales squad wing Josh Adams scored two tries as Worcester beat Exeter 31-21.

Star Wales wing George North withdrew before Northampton won 24-20 at Sale.

The final round of Anglo-Welsh pool games takes place on Friday, 2 February, the eve of the 2018 Six Nations kicking off.

The Pool winners will go through to the semi-finals.

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