Super-charged Worcester impress new owners with seven-try rout of Bristol

Super-charged Worcester impress new owners with seven-try rout of Bristol
Two intercept tries help Worcester Warriors to thump Bristol
These two sides made up almost all of the pre-season tips for relegation but given the bluster they have played with over the opening set of six Premiership matches they deserved better than that low billing. However it will be Worcester who head into Europe full of confidence having moved six points clear of current bottom side Newcastle up into…

The new owners of Worcester Warriors may think that their team plays like this every week. If they manage to do so, they will not be relegated in May.

This was 11th in the Gallagher Premiership playing host to 9th and dishing out one of the most one-sided beatings one could witness.

The Bristol threequarters lit up the field with their co-ordinated, fluorescent boots but Worcesters lit it up with ball in hand. Duncan Weir — who was flawless from the tee — and Ryan Mills interchanged liberally at first receiver, marshalled by the effervescent François Hougaard at scrum half. Bryce Heem starred out wide. He created tries and he scored them himself. There was a buzz of excitement whenever he was within ten metres of the…


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