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Posted Monday, October 8th 2018

As it happened: Worcester Warriors 52-7 Bristol Bears

Bristol Bears slumped to a heavy 52-7 defeat to Worcester Warriors at Sixways on Sunday.

Yann Thomas opened the scoring for Bristol, but it was downhill from there as Warriors ran in seven unanswered tries to secure a bonus-point win. 

Relive all of the action as we dissect the key moments, as it happened, from Sunday's clash.


Yann Thomas dives over.
Ryan Mills scores.
Francois Venter goes over.
Bryce Heem completes scoring.

4 minsTRY0-7 – Jack Lam busts a hole in the Worcester defence and from following phase, Yann Thomas goes over for opening try. Madigan converts.

9 minsPEN3-7 – Chris Pennell lands long-range penalty after Heem break takes Warriors into Bristol half.

14 minsTRY10-7 - GJ Van Velze collects Heem’s pass to power over in the corner. Weir converts.

17 minsPEN MISSED – Madigan off target with angled penalty from left-hand side.

24 minsHELD UP – Bryce Heem held up over the line in the corner after strong work from the home side.

26 minsHELD UP – For the second time in three minutes, Warriors are held up over the whitewash – Van Velze this time.

28 minsTRY17-7 - Ryan Mills collects Hougaard’s flat pass to slice through Bears defence after sustained period of pressure inside 22. Weir converts.

34 minsTRY24-7 – Marco Mama picks and steps over from close range to score Warriors’ third try of the afternoon. Weir converts.

38 minsTRY31-7 – Francois Venter intercepts Afoa’s pass to race in from 60 metres. Weir converts.

 

HT: Worcester Warriors 31-7 Bristol Bears

 

42 minsTRY38-7 – Weir pins penalty into the corner and after strong drive at the maul, Pennell dives over to the right of the posts. Weir converts.

48 minsTRY45-7 – Josh Adams intercepts a loose offload to race in unopposed. Weir converts.

70 minsRED CARD - Ryan Bower sent off for foul play on Will Hurrell.

79 minsTRY52-7 – Bryce Heem on the end of another sweeping handling move from the hosts. Weir converts.

FT: Worcester Warriors 52-7 Bristol Bears.


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