Saracens beat Worcester Warriors to maintain unbeaten streak

Saracens make it four wins from four in the Premier 15s (Saracens Women Twitter)
15:29pm, Sun 13 Oct 2019
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Saracens have beaten Worcester Warriors 55-3. Nine tries were scored at Allianz Park to seal another Sarries victory. The defending champions haven't lost a game this season.

Saracens started the game perfectly with captain Sarah McKenna scoring in the opening minutes.

Lotte Clapp, Marlie Packer and May Campbell also crashed over the whitewash in the first half. 

Rachel Laqeretabua scored the fourth try of the afternoon before half time to secure a bonus point for Saracens. Heading into half time the hosts were leading 29-3

Saracens continued to pile on the pressure in the second half, forcing Worcester to knock on and force errors.

While Worcester did win some penalties, their kicks went wide.  

Saracens capitalised on Worcester's weak defence and scored more tries in the second half. Vicky Fleetwood came on early into the second half and scored two tries within five minutes of each other, both from set pieces.

Saracens are playing Firwood Waterloo next weekend, continuing to defend their title and their undefeated streak.