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Ahead of round two of the Aviva Premiership, we bring you all the team news.Worcester Warriors vs. GloucesterSixways, Friday, 19.45Worcester make three changes with Donncha OCallaghan coming into the starting line-up along with tighthead prop James Johnston and flanker Alafoti Faosiliva, while Phil Dowson skippers the side from No.8.You couldnt have hand-picked a better home game to start the season, Worcester coach Carl Hogg said. Playing against Gloucester in a big local derby on a Friday night will produce a fantastic atmosphere and were all excited to begin our Sixways campaign.Last weekend we didnt really get ball in hand. Now its about getting an opportunity to put our game on the field.We want to make ourselves really tough to beat at home and that starts this Friday night.Gloucester are unchanged from the side that fell to a late defeat to the Tigers in round one.?Sale Sharks vs. HarlequinsAJ Bell Stadium, Friday, 20.15Sale make four changes from their round one defeat to Newcastle with?Neil Briggs, Jonathan Mills, David Seymour and Paolo Odogwu replacing Rob Webber, Andrei Ostrikov, Laurence Pearce and Nev Edwards respectively.We have high expectation levels here at the club, Sale boss Steve Diamond said. We could have done a lot better last week against Newcastle, but we will do a lot better on Friday night.It will be a tough game, Quins have got a good leadership team and new players in, so theyll be throwing everything at us to get the win. For us, its back to the grindstone at the AJ Bell, and grind out another successful season at home.Harlequins starting 15 is unchanged from the one that beat Bristol while they make two changes to the bench with?James Chisholm and Winston Stanley replacing George Merrick and Alofa Alofa.The club are still without England fullback Mike Brown and they hope to have him fit for next weekends action.Bath vs Newcastle FalconsThe Recreation Ground, Saturday, 15:00Luke Charteris and Zach Mercer will both make their competitive debuts for Bath in Round 2 of the Aviva Premiership.Bath make five changes in the pack. Charteris partners Dave Attwood in the second row while Mercer lines up alongside Charlie Ewels and David Sisi in the back row.In the front row Ross Batty continues at hooker, flanked by Nick Auterac at loose-head and Kane Palma-Newport at tight-head.Newcastle Falcons made just one change to the side that beat Sale Sharks 19-17 -- Alex Rogers replaces the injured Taione Vea.Leicester Tigers vs WaspsWelford Road, Saturday, 15:00Mike Fitzgerald, Mike Williams and Owen Williams all return to the Leicester Tigers matchday squad as they welcome Wasps.Second-rower Fitzgerald returns to partner Ed Slater at lock, while England international Dan Cole starts in the front row.JP Pietersen, Luke Hamilton and George McGuigan are in line to make their home debuts for the Tigers.For Wasps Thomas Young returns to the side and start at openside after a four-month injury lay-off.?Bristol vs Northampton SaintsAshton Gate, Sunday, 15:00Bristol make two changes with Ian Evans and Ben Mosses coming into the side. Gavin Henson has failed to recover from a dead leg.Northampton make three changes to their side. In the backs Ahsee Tuala moves from wing to full back, allowing George North to start, whilst Stephen Myler plays at fly-half.In the forwards Teimana Harrison moves from the bench to open side, and Mike Haywood returns to the matchday squad.Exeter Chiefs vs SaracensSandy Park, Sunday, 15:00Exeter coach Rob Baxter make three changes to his starting XV. Up front summer signing Greg Holmes has been given the nod over Harry Williams at tight-head.England international Geoff Parling is promoted from the bench ahead of Mitch Lees to skipper the side and Lachie Turner comes in on the wing for Ollie Woodburn, who is nursing a knock after the Wasps game. 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After securing a share of the championship, Carolina claimed the outright title following No. 11 Auburns loss to Texas A&M Sunday night.The win over Tennessee gave the Gamecocks the programs third SEC Championship and first since 2011. Carolina won the SEC Tournament in 2009 before claiming the leagues 2011 regular-season title. The Gamecocks have won all 10 of its SEC matches this season, outscoring opponents 20-3 in conference play.Carolinas goal in the 48th minute was set up by two great passes in the attacking third. Senior midfielder Chelsea Drennan created the scoring chance, slipping a pass to junior defender Anna Conklin near the left side of the box. Conklin quickly gathered the ball and sent in a cross that connected with McCaskill, who headed home the goal to put the Gamecocks in front 1-0.Another series of nice passes pushed the advantage to two and gave McCaskill her second goal of the match in the 63rd minute. Junior midfielder Dominique Babbitts pass hit forward Sophie Groff in stride, and the senior located McCaskill in the box with just the keeper to beat. McCaskill took one dribble before calmly depositing the ball into the net past Tennessee goalkeeper Jamie Simmons to make it 2-0.McCaskill nearly notched her second hat trick of the season after Drennan fed her on the break in the 76th minute. The forward received the pass and raced into the box before firing a blistering shot that required a diving save from Simmons. The Chapin, S.C., native finished the match with six shots and three attempts on frame.Both of South Carolinas quality scoring chances in the first half came in the opening 20 minutes, with each play involving McCaskill and Groff. In the fourth minute, Groff found a streaking McCaskill on the counter attack, and the junior charged towards net before a sliding tackle from a Tennessee defender cleared the ball away. Thirteen minutes laater, McCaskill sent in a cross from the right side that found Groff inside the box.dddddddddddd Groff made a couple of nice moves to free herself from multiple defenders and fired a close-range shot that missed just right.South Carolina boasted a 14-7 shot advantage for the match and finished the contest with three corners. Gamecock freshman goalkeeper Mikayla Krzeczowski collected four saves to tally her eighth shutout of the season and move to 13-0-1. Carolinas win marked its fourth-straight road victory over Tennessee.QUOTABLEWere so excited to be in this position and still be in control of winning the championship outright. We want to finish the season off with a bang and a win on Thursday. The team has battled all season, and theyre deserving of this for sure. They have found ways to win against difficult opponents, and they deserve this championship.- South Carolina womens soccer coach Shelley SmithGAMECHANGERForward Savannah McCaskills second goal of the match in the 63rd minute put South Carolina in firm control. The juniors 13 goals in 2016 are tied with Floridas Savannah Jordan for the most among SEC players.KEY STATAfter allowing three shots on goal in the first half, the Gamecock defense clamped down and held the Volunteers to just one attempt on frame over the final 45 minutes.NOTABLESouth Carolinas 10 wins and 30 points in SEC play this season are both program records. The victory over the Volunteers gives the Gamecocks a school-record six-straight road wins. Carolina will enter its final match of the regular season against Ole Miss (Oct. 27) as the only unbeaten team in Division I. Bucknell, which began this week with a mark of 13-0-1, suffered its first loss of the season on Saturday. 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