In a one sided match, Worcester Warriors defeated Nottingham Rugby this Saturday. Their final score stood at 55-16.
In spite of Worcester running in nine times, Nottingham was able to score first six minutes into the game.
Maisey converted but he failed to score in a penalty that happened a few minutes after. It could have given them a lead of ten points. Seven minutes after that, Mike Williams of the Worcester team got injured and had to be taken off the field in a stretcher.
When Nottingham tried to make through the centre, the Worcester warriors were in a very bad position and it could have gotten worse if they managed to advance any further.
They managed to get back into the game when Biggs managed to intercept a pass and managed to pull off a touchdown.
In spite of Nottingham leading the scoreboard, the Worcester warriors caught up to them at about 25 minutes.
Another score for the warriors came when Ben Howard made his way through the defense of Nottingham and made a touchdown.
Tiff Eden’s extras helped his side to get a 17-10 lead.
Biggs was in a great form and it showed when he scored another try after making his way through the centre.
Nottingham put up a spirited fight after the play resumed after break to win, but it was not to be.
Worcester Warrior’s Rapava Ruskin made his way for what was his team’s fifth try. It was midway through the second half of the play
Ignacio Mieres tried to go for a try which was going to be his team’s sixth time, but the referee held him up.
Eventually the warriors got their sixth try due to a penalty.
It became hard for Nottingham to make their way ahead of their half of the field, and Sam Smith made a run for the seventh try of his team, then it was four minutes left for the game to end.
Stelling made a dash for his second try with Nottingham slowly showing signs of giving in.
Biggs got his reward for performance by making his hat-trick try just when it was full time.