Worcester Warriors have fallen to a 32-20 defeat at the hands of Bath Rugby at the Recreation Ground.
Bath Rugby have returned to winning ways at the Recreation Ground by seeing off Worcester Warriors 32-20.
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The visitors were ahead on 11 minutes when Josh Drauniniu crossed the line, but Micky Young and Horacio Agulla responded within two minutes of each other soon after to put Bath ahead.
Nick Abendanon found the try line to extended his side's lead with 40 minutes on the clock, and George Ford's successful penalty kick gave the hosts some breathing space.
Worcester were to stage a comeback, however, with Andy Symons and Chris Pennell both adding tries, while Pennell also converted a penalty for the Aviva Premiership's bottom-placed side.
Bath were to win the contest with breathing space, though, when first Gavin Henson found the sticks when awarded a penalty, before Matthew Banahan added his side's fourth try of the afternoon late on.
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