Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 20 September 2014

Exiles sign off with a win

Alfie To'oala scored a try in the Exiles' home win

London Welsh brought the curtain down on their spell in the Aviva Premiership with a 33-22 win over Worcester.

Welsh secured a bonus point thanks to tries from wing Dan Caprice, number eight Alfie To'oala, full-back Tom Arscott and wing Nick Scott, with fly-half Gordon Ross adding 13 points with three penalties and two conversions.

It was Welsh's first league win since December 1 and only the fifth of their debut season in English rugby's top flight.

Worcester only fired after the break with two tries from Josh Drauniniu and one from replacement back row Jake Abbott, plus a penalty and two conversions from stand-off Andy Goode.

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