Wallabies abroad: Mogg, Tomane book Top 14 final berth

Super Rugby
by Sam Phillips

It's finals football time in Europe and there are plenty of Aussies in action.

Here's who featured where across the globe at the weekend.

TOP 14

The Top 14 semi finals took centre stage in France, with some familiar faces in action.

Jesse Mogg's Montpellier tackled Liam Gill, Mike Harris and Lyon, the former Brumbies fullback earning bragging rights with a big 40-14 win.

Joe Tomane made a late appearance off the pine for Montpellier, while Harris scored all of Lyon's points.

Mogg, Tomane and Montpellier will face Castres in the Top 14 final, after they snuck past Racing 92 in the other semi final.


Exeter faced Saracens in the Premiership final and there was a strong contingent which featured prominently.More Premiership glory for Saracens. Photo: Getty ImagesNic White and Lachie Turner both started for the Chiefs, with Greg Holmes playing a finisher role off the bench.

Will Skelton claimed the spoils, though, coming off the bench for Saracens as they won their fourth title in the last seven years.

PRO 14

Scott Fardy's Leinster completed a rare Champions Cup-Pro 14 double with a 40-32 win over Scarlets.