A new idea I've had, all the GP match reports get copied from BBC or Sky Sports and put up here. 10/3/06 Wasps walloped by the Warriors Worcester Warriors 37 - 8 London Wasps Wasps were brought crashing down to earth after their Powergen Cup win against Leicester, as Worcester Warriors hammered them 37-8 at Sixways. Aisea Havili and Phil Murphy added to a first half penalty try to position the Warriors firmly in the driving seat, before replacement Thinus Delport delighted the home support late on with a fourth try to claim the bonus point. The champions could only muster a solitary score from Tom Rees in response, as they were comprehensively taken apart by their less illustrious opponents. Despite their second-in-the-table status, Wasps have failed to win a Premiership match away from home in 2006, and on this showing it is easy to see why. The hosts were ahead inside five minutes, rocking Ian McGeechan's men onto their haunches with some powerful forward pressure, forcing a penalty for the deadly accurate Shane Drahm to slot over. Worcester's fly half would go on to register 17 points in the contest, but his kicking was merely a sideshow to the attacking exploits of his teammates. Havili was the first to cross Wasps' whitewash, linking splendidly with Andy Gomarsall and Mark Tucker to leave the visitors' defence trailing as he touched down for a converted 10-0 lead. Wasps had clearly been more severely hindered by the international call-ups, but they still boasted a top-class backline including the likes of Stuart Abbott, Mark van Gisbergen and Paul Sackey. However, all the good work was coming from Worcester, who added a further six points through the boot of Drahm. Rees briefly restored some hope for Wasps with a typically opportunist score, but a penalty try just before the break put the Warriors firmly in the ascendancy. The pack's effort was reaping rewards for John Brain's men, and after securing a collective triumph for the penalty try, they applied the squeeze once again, allowing Murphy to bundle over. The champions were toiling and they had Joe Ward and Sackey sent to the bin - the latter for a high tackle on Havili. All that was left for Worcester was the acquisition of a deserved bonus point, and it was Delport who provided it three minutes from time, racing onto Drahm's well-timed pass to go over for a 37-8 triumph.