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McIntyre helps Wasps bounce back

Prop prospect Simon McIntyre grabbed an opportunist try to help sink Worcester for the second time this season as Wasps opened their account in the LV= Cup with a 28-19 victory

The 21-year-old former England Under-18 player, who scored his first Wasps try in October's 10-6 win over Worcester in the Aviva Premiership, notched his second as they bounced back from last weekend's 22-17 away defeat by Cardiff Blues.

Winger Jack Wallace and replacement scrum-half Charlie Davies scored the other Wasps tries with third-choice fly-half Tommy Bell contributing 13 points. Worcester replied with tries from lock Jon Clarke, right wing Andy Short and replacement left wing Ben Howard, with fly-half Joe Carlisle landing two conversions.

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