The young Veseyans side started extremely well playing with high tempo and commitment. Ball retention was again much improved on previous weeks but yet again it was missed tackles that ultimately cost them dearly.
Against a much bigger and a more experienced side Veseyans showed at times what they are capable of when they look after the ball.
Worcester built up a slender lead of 15 points at halftime with Veseyans very much still in the game. The second half however proved too much as the bigger and fitter side took complete control of the game.
There was a period of high intensity in the second half which shows what the Veseyans are capable of. This led to a try scored by Nie Clarke-Selby who ran strongly to score.
Outstanding performances from Sam Brown, Nathan Holmes and Ryan Prestridge and the side looks forward to next week’s game against Kidderminster.