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London –Gloucesterclimbed to third in the English Premiership after claiming a bonus-point 29-15 victory over local rivalsBathon Saturday asSaracenssmashedWorcester62-5.
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Bath’s recent Premiership resurgence came to a grinding halt as they were outscored 4-0 on tries.
Full-back Jason Woodward, flanker Freddie Clarke, number eight Ruan Ackermann and replacement lock Gerbrandt Grobler all scored, with Billy Twelvetrees kicking two conversions and Danny Cipriani one, while Twelvetrees added a late penalty.
Bath relied on five Rhys Priestland penalties for all their points but they lost a three-point advantage when Gloucester hit them with two converted touchdowns in rapid succession midway through the second-
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