Newport Gwent Dragons beat Bucharest Wolves 37-10 in the European Challenge Cup on Saturday.
Newport Gwent Dragons came from behind to beat Bucharest Wolves 37-10 in the European Challenge Cup on Saturday afternoon.
The victory for the visitors was their second in Pool Three, while Bucharest have now lost their last three games.
The home side raced into a 10-0 lead early on with a penalty and conversion from Florin Vlaicu and a try from Sean Morrell, but that proved to be the last of the scoring for the Romanian side.
The Dragons began their comeback after 18 minutes with a penalty from Jason Tovey, while Rhys Jones – who registered three conversions in total – was also at the heart of the Welsh side's response.
Bucharest simply had no response as the pressure increased in the second period, with Cory Hill adding two late tries to add gloss to the scoreline.
The Dragons currently sit second in their group behind Newcastle Falcons, who have won all three matches so far.