No panic yet insist ‘buoyant’ Warriors
CARL Hogg remains stoic despite the Warriors recording six losses from six matches.
“We’d love to be sitting there with more points on the board, of course,” said the Worcester head coach.
“Let’s not panic and throw the baby out with the bathwater. It’s still a buoyant group. We’ve had three of the best teams come to Sixways.
“Our endeavour was really high. But we need to be more clinical when we have opportunities in the opposition 22.
“We’ve got to make sure we maintain that effort and use Europe as a refresher.
“Conceding a try just before half time was a blow but I thought we recovered well. At no stage did Bath run away with it until the final few minutes
“The delay caused by the Tapuai injury broke the momentum just as we were building.”
Bath’s double try-scorer Aled Brew said: “Last year we could have easily lost this game. It shows how far we’ve come as a team.
“There was nothing special about those tries but it’s always nice to get on the end of them.”