Bath too strong for Worcester
Published 09/02/2013 | 16:51
A fluent attacking performance from Bath earned them a welcome 32-9 bonus-point victory against Worcester.
It was not quite enough to overtake seventh-placed Exeter - the two west country sides are now level on points - but it was Bath's fifth win in succession in all competitions, suggesting they are building momentum for an assault on several fronts.
First-half tries from Peter Stringer and hooker Rob Webber gave Bath a 13-9 lead, and they went on to dominate the second half with further tries by wings Tom Biggs and Horacio Agulla (two).
Worcester's only points were three first-half penalties from Danny Gray.