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Perpignan came on strong in the second half to claim a resounding 39-13 Top 14 win over Agen on Friday night.
The hosts made a fast start at the Stade Aime Giral with two scores inside the opening quarter of an hour after Agen had been reduced to 14 men following the sin-binning of prop Laurent Cabarry.
Agen paid the price for their numerical disadvantage at the set-piece as Perpignan were awarded a penalty try and centre David Marty quickly added a second - James Hook converting both to open a 14-0 lead.
But Agen hit back and tries from full-back Raphael Lagarde and centre Miguel Avramovic, as well as a drop-goal from Lagarde, meant they trailed by just a single point at half-time with the score at 14-13.
However, Perpignan shut out their visitors in the second period as they pulled away to a comfortable success, ending a two-game losing streak in the process.
Hook's boot and further tries from winger Farid Sid and scrum-half Florian Cazenave put the result beyond doubt in a five-minute spell.
Hooker Guilhem Guirado put a gloss on the scoreline after touching down for his side's fifth try in the 76th minute.
The bonus-point win lifts Perpignan to seventh in the Top 14 table, while Agen are just one place off the bottom following their sixth consecutive defeat.
|Saturday 19th April|
|Stade Francais 37 - 23 Bordeaux-Begles|
|Biarritz 19 - 13 Brive|
|Racing Metro Paris 22 - 6 Clermont Auvergne|
|Grenoble 21 - 21 Bayonne|
|Perpignan 31 - 46 Toulon|
|Oyonnax 19 - 19 Toulouse|
|Friday 18th April|
|Castres 22 - 15 Montpellier|
|Saturday 12th April|
|Toulouse 16 - 9 Brive|
|Bayonne 24 - 19 Stade Francais|
|Grenoble 30 - 36 Montpellier|
|Racing Metro Paris 37 - 7 Biarritz|
|Perpignan 22 - 12 Oyonnax|
|Bordeaux-Begles 20 - 22 Toulon|
|Friday 11th April|
|Clermont Auvergne 23 - 11 Castres|
|Saturday 5th April|
|Oyonnax 26 - 12 Bordeaux-Begles|
|Saturday 29th March|
|Toulon 32 - 28 Toulouse|
|Biarritz 34 - 34 Castres|
|Bordeaux-Begles 23 - 5 Perpignan|
|Oyonnax 40 - 13 Grenoble|
|Montpellier 43 - 27 Bayonne|
|Stade Francais 22 - 32 Racing Metro Paris|
|Friday 28th March|
|Brive 26 - 24 Clermont Auvergne|
|Saturday 22nd March|
|Grenoble 13 - 26 Racing Metro Paris|
|Bayonne 22 - 23 Bordeaux-Begles|
|Oyonnax 8 - 22 Montpellier|
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