22 May 13
See how the Etihad Airways', Fly With The Best, Train With The Best competition winners got on at their exclusive behind the scenes training day at Harlequins' training ground
More early pressure thanks to strong running and carrying from Charlie Walker and Nic Mayhew forced another penalty from Wasps, however Clegg wasn't able to extend the lead as the score remained 0-3 after 13 minutes.
After a scrappy 12 minutes where possession exchanged numerous times between sides, Pete Browne failed to roll away in the tackle. Wasps' Ryan Davies drew the sides level from the boot on 25 minutes.
Just moments had passed and Davies had the chance to give the home side the lead after Browne picked up the ball in an offside position. The fly-half was not on form this time as the scores remained level before the half hour mark.
It wasn't long before Davies was lining up another kick. This time, the fly-half capitalised and Wasps had a 6-3 lead after Jack Clifford was offside in the ruck.
Wasps conceded a penalty at the break down as half time loomed and Clegg kicked downfield to take play into the home side's 22. From the lineout Quins worked the phases very close to the line. Wasps failed to roll away in the tackle and instead of taking the kick at goal, Captain, Aston Croall signalled for a scrum.
The forward pack were rewarded for their dominance in the scrums as they pushed Wasps back and over the line, as the scrum broke away, Quins were awarded a penalty try. Clegg missed the conversion and Quins took a 6-8 lead at half time.
A scrappy beginning of the second half saw numerous attacks break down due to knock ons and ill-discipline. External factors played their factor as the greasy conditions restricted the type of play that both teams desired.
It took until the last 10 minutes of the game for Quins to gain momentum and endanger the strong defence that Wasps had produced for the duration. Wasps infringed in the midfield to allow Clegg to kick and set up a lineout in the Wasps 22. Strong running from replacements Kyle Sinckler, Henry Taylor and Harry Sloan got Quins onto the Wasps line, however the strong defence from Wasps continued and forced a knock on.
Despite numerous changes in the scrum, as Will Collier, Chris York and Tom Guest, were replaced by Sinckler, Charlie Matthews and Trayfoot, Quins' dominance in the set piece remained as they forced a turnover in the scrum just short of the line.
From the resulting five metre scrum, Trayfoot picked off the back of another solid scrum to score with five minutes remaining. Clegg converted and Quins held on for a 6-15 victory.