Mar 29, 2014 at 3.15pm UK at ​Franklin's Gardens
SaintsNorthampton Saints
Leicester Tigers
Fotuali'i (38'), Waller (76')
Allen (15')

Result: Owen Williams kicks Leicester Tigers to win

Leicester Tigers fly-half Owen Williams kicks five penalties to lead the team to a 22-16 win over Northampton Saints in the Aviva Premiership.

Owen Williams kicked five penalties to lead Leicester Tigers to a 22-16 win over Northampton Saints in the Aviva Premiership this afternoon.

Manu Tuilagi of Leicester breaks away from Northampton's Luther Burrell during the Aviva Premiership match on March 29, 2014© Getty Images

Anthony Allen put Harlequins ahead after 15 minutes, wrong-footing George North before grounding the ball in the corner.

However, Kahn Fotuali'i cut the gap for Northampton just before the break with his first ever Premiership try, leaving the home side five points down at half time.

Williams was able to capitalise on a number of Saints errors in the second half, adding three kicks in the space of seven minutes to move the visitors into a comfortable lead.

Ethan Waller managed to cut the gap late on, but Northampton ran out of time as they looked to level the score in the final five minutes.

The result leaves Leicester seven points behind the second-placed side in the table.

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