WINGER Tom Biggs says he was disappointed Warriors eased off in the second-half of their 62-26 victory against Cornish Pirates.

The former Bath star finished with a hat-trick of tries to take his Warriors tally to eight tries in just 11 appearances.

Biggs is hoping Dean Ryan’s men can produce an 80-minute display in this afternoon’s Greene King IPA Championship derby at Moseley.

“It was a good result against Cornish Pirates but I think we left a lot of tries out there, unfortunately,”

said Biggs, who also bagged a hattrick against Nottingham.

“I thought we started really well in the first-half and we then spoke about the challenges in the secondhalf when you are so far in front .

“Unfortunately, we dipped in a few instances and I think we let ourselves down a bit – but it was still a good result.

“Pirates thought they had nothing to lose in the second-half and threw the ball around and our errors crept in. After we made one error it seemed to become contagious.

“I thought we let them back into the game a little bit.”

Biggs, who scored 32 tries in 127 Premiership appearances with Leeds Carnegie, Newcastle Falcons and Bath, is Warriors’ second highest try-scorer this term.

Fellow winger Sam Smith, who missed last weekend’s match against Cornish Pirates, has nine tries, including six in his last two appearances.

Biggs said: “I am very pleased to bb involved and I was glad to my hands on the ball a bit more against Pirates.

“It’s always nice to score and it’s just great to see the competition we have at the moment.

“Ben Howard can play on the wing and we have also got Jimmy Stephenson, Josh Drauniniu, Perry Humphreys, Josh Watkins and Dean Hammond so we have a lot of strength on the flanks.

“There’s pressure on everyone in the squad to do well.

“We got the ball off the top of the line-out against Pirates, probably a bit more than we had done and there was some great running by Max Stelling and Ben Howard.”

The winger played 70 minutes in Warriors’ hard-fought 23-7 home league win against Moseley in September.

He is expecting a tough contest at Billesley Common.

“It’s nice to have an away game – not too far away from Worcester and it will be a different kind of contest than last weekend’s match against Pirates,” said Biggs.

“Moseley made it very hard work for us earlier in the season and, depending on the weather conditions, I think they will make it even harder for us.”