Danny Cipriani Was At It Again Today With Another World-Class Loop Pass

Jason Hennessy

Jason Hennessy

Jason is the editor here at RugbyLAD and a proud Limerick man.
Jason Hennessy

The king.

Gloucester looked hugely impressive in the early Premiership kick-off today as they demolished Worcester 44-15 in their own backyard to get their season restart up and running in style.

Worcester took an early lead to go 5-0 ahead but were down to 14-men after just 18 minutes when England winger Jonny May was smashed by a no-arms tackle from Melani Nanai.

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May was unable to continue but Gloucester took full advantage, running in six tries to secure maximum points. Jack Singleton, Ollie Thorley (2), Louis Rees-Zammit, Jason Woodward and Stephen Varney all got on the scoresheet for the Cherry and Whites.

Thorley’s first try was without a doubt the try of the game with Jake Polledri doing well to keep things alive and offload to Heinz who let Danny Cipriani do the best with another world-class loop pass. Check it out below.