TEIMANA Harrison proudly declared “you can’t teach heart” after Northampton rallied to edge an 11-try thriller.
Saints looked dead and buried when they went down to 13 men and fell 32-17 and 39-24 behind at key points. But despite what director of rugby Chris Boyd called a “rubbish” first half, they somehow roused themselves as the Dragons threw victory away with Elliot Dee in the sin bin.
Northampton captain Harrison said: “We had a poor first half and then decided to turn up for the second. You can’t teach heart and I’m very proud to be a part of this team.
“To go down to 13 men is a ha...
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