In the restart of the competition in the Premiership, and with an intractable Ollie Thorley at the time of the definition, Gloucester excelled in his visit to Worcester, reacted in the best way to the try against that he suffered at the beginning of the match and thrashed it by 44-15. This Sunday the date closes with a great game: Northampton Saint-Wasps.
WORCESTER 15 – 44 GLOUCESTER (Saturday)
It is true that the local team was the one that struck first with a tremendous try from Ted Hill, who after receiving a barbaric assist with the foot of his opening Billy Searle, only had to support the rival ingoal. But it is also true that, from that moment (2 ‘), it was going to be all of the visiting team. Thanks to the creativity of his media partner, Gloucester flourished and, in a shower of tries, left no doubts: the conquests went to Jack Singleton (29 ‘), Ollie Thorley (36’, 49 ‘), Louis Rees-Zammit (55 ‘), Jason Woodward (62’), Stephen Varney (78 ‘). Thus, the team led by Johan Ackermann reached 31 points, while his rival on duty continues without raising his head and only reaped 22 so far in the competition.