WARRIORS ran in 10 tries to fight back from a wobbly start to win 66-10 against Enisei-STM in the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

Here are the thoughts of those who tasted the action.

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Harry: "Very good win. Got a good future ahead of us. Jamie (Shillcock) needs to start at 15 and Chris (Pennell) needs to find form."

Scott & Bailey: "Took a little while for the defence to wake up but always looked likely to score going forward.

"(Scott) van Breda and (Ollie) Lawrence are ready for the Premiership and (Noah) Heward is a star of the future. As Solly said, if we can keep these young boys together we'll be competing with the big boys very soon."

Martyn Pattinson: "The boys did what they had to do at the end of what must have been a tough week. A bit scrappy in places but we kept sufficient focus to keep converting opportunities throughout. Some very promising youngsters in the squad."

#RugbyWorcs: "Can only play the opposition in front you and job done. Puts us back in contention to progress in the group with a good win next week."

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Sarah Weston: "Very one-sided game but nice to be on the right side. Let’s hope we can get a result on Friday too."

Steph Griffiths: "Good game lads, not too shabby at all. Well done Ollie Lawrence and Jamie Shillcock."

Mark Smedley: "We've gone and done a Sarries v Worcester! Well played boys."

Warriors fans' forum

Malvernman: "Okay, Enesei are not a great team, a lot worse without the ball than with it, but everyone played well for Warriors, especially the youngsters.

"Ollie’s hat trick was perhaps too easily gained but still.

"And I am still purring at Noah Heward’s late try, as he glided up the right wing and swerved inside and accelerated to score. Sheer class. I would have liked to have seen him on from the start.

"Exemplary line-out throwing from Isaac Miller too. I could go on."