OLD Halesonians recorded their second away win of the season with convincing victory at Worcester.

The Black Country men scored first when winger Luke Fenton slotted home an early penalty but Worcester turned up the pressure and equalised in similar fashion.

Hales were pegged back on their 22 metre line for much of the remainder of the first half but held firm.

Eventually the hosts found a way through for an unconverted try just before the break to make the half time score 8-3.

Following the restart Hales took the initiative and put together a series of attacking moves to threaten the Worcester line.

The breakthrough came with a move along the back line before captain Carl Robinson fed winger Luke Smith who scored in the corner and Fenton added the extras.

Smith added a second try after he intercepted the ball following a scrum on his own goal line.

The flying winger ran the length of the pitch to score and Fenton again converted.

Fenton added a try of his own which he also converted after another flowing move and Hales dominated the remainder of the game.

Prop Tom Dempsey added another try and Fenton made no mistake with the conversion, the game finished with a final score of 8-31.

Hales head coach, James Angrove, said: "Debutants Aron Middleton and Tom Wane fitted in well and all the things we have been working on in training are starting to pay off.

"We need to be consistent in standard as the last few games have very much been games of two halves."

Ol Hales host Stoke-on-Trent at the Grove on Saturday, kick off 3pm.