Cardiff kept their hopes of reaching the European Cup quarter-finals alive with a 9-7 win at Glasgow on Friday. The victory, temporarily at least, sent Cardiff to the top of Pool 2 ahead of reigning champions Toulon, who host Exeter on Saturday and could retake the lead if they win. The defeat all but mathematically ended Glasgow's involvement in the competition as they sit eight points behind Cardiff with two games left. But it could have been so different had replacement fly-half Duncan Weir not sliced a penalty wide in the final minute.
Naples (United States) (AFP) - Defending champions Kenny Perry and Sean O'Hair combined for an eight-under 64 on Friday to share the first-round lead at the Franklin Templeton Shootout with two other teams.