Courtney Lawes relieved to end Northampton career with final victory

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The France-bound Courtney Lawes says his Northampton side deserved to be crowned English champions but admitted they had ridden their luck against 14-man Bath before clinching their first Premiership title for a decade.

Lawes, who celebrated his final appearance for his hometown club by turning up bare-chested and wearing ski goggles to the post-match press conference, acknowledged Saints’ performance had left much to be desired after hoisting the trophy aloft alongside his teammate Lewis Ludlam. “I’m actually still livid from the game,” said Lawes, speaking to TNT Sports. “I don’t think we could have played worse.

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Written by Robert Kitson at Twickenham
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/article/2024/jun/08/courtney-lawes-northampton-bath-premiership-rugby-union under the title “Courtney Lawes relieved to end Northampton career with final victory”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.