Round-up of all the action from the fourth round of the Premier 15s

Gloucester-Hartpury's Kelly Smith (ball in hand) scored two tries for her side (Gloucester-Hartpury Twitter)
15:36pm, Sun 13 Oct 2019
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Harlequins and Saracens have maintained their unbeaten seasons in the fourth round of the Premier 15s.

Harlequins travelled to Darlington Mowden Park Sharks and picked up another away win. They won 50-21 and Quins Shanaugh Brown said post match: "It's a cracking start to the season, the start we wanted.

"The challenge now is to keep that going and that will be tough. We have Bristol next week at The Stoop where we always want to perform well. So we're putting a lot of pressure on ourselves but that's when we perform."

Saracens were at home against Worcester Warriors and were comfortable 55-3 winners. Vicky Fleetwood scored two tries within five minutes of each other after coming off the bench in the second half.

Bristol Bears narrowly lost their home game to Wasps 18-10. The Bears did start a late comeback but the clock ran to 80 minutes before they could convert their attacking pressure into points.

Gloucester-Hartpury beat Richmond 31-12 at home in the west country. Richmond have only won one game so far this season. Gloucester's Kelly Smith scored two tries for her side.

Loughborough Lightning crushed Firwood Waterloo 91-10. The home win has cemented their fifth place in the table. Rhonda Lloyd scored five tries in a stunning performance for her team.