Late Bryce Heem try hands Worcester unlikeliest of wins against 11-man Bath

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• Worcester 21-19 Bath
• Home side overturn 16-point deficit 20 minutes after time

Twenty minutes after time had elapsed, with Bath down to 11 men, Duncan Weir landed the conversion that has secured Worcester a vital edge in this insane relegation battle. Insanity is the word for this finish, Worcester overturning a 16-point deficit at the break to put four points between them and Newcastle at the bottom of the table.

In the end, Bath faced a scrum with three backs and a scrum-half in defence, allowing Bryce Heem to stroll in for his second try of the match. A red card for Ross Batty in the 64th minute was followed by a yellow for each Bath prop during an extraordinarily tense series of scrums on Bath’s five-metre line after time was up.

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Written by Michael Aylwin at Sixways
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/jan/05/worcester-bath-premiership-rugby-match-report under the title “Late Bryce Heem try hands Worcester unlikeliest of wins against 11-man Bath”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.