IT was an impressive team performance from Worcester Warriors at the weekend, fighting back at the home of the champions Harlequins to secure two bonus-points.

They had found themselves 21-3 down at half-time but scored four tries in the second-half to earn a try scoring point as well as one for coming within seven.

There were some stand-out displays from certain Warriors players but let's rate them all, shall we?

15. Jamie Shillcock - 8

Came in to the starting line-up in place of Melani Nanai and had a really solid game. Set-up Will Chudley's score with a brilliant run and kicked well from hand. Most metres carried for the team.

14. Noah Heward - 6

Missed a few tackles and had limited ball throughout the game. Harsh yellow card potentially.

13. Ollie Lawrence - 7.5

Up and down game for the England man who turned the ball over a few times but improved dramatically in the second and scored a brilliant try. Looked dangerous on a number of occasions and always required two or three to bring him down.

12. Francois Venter - 7

Nice pop pass to put Ollie Lawrence in for his try. Had his hands full with Andre Esterhuizen but dug his heels in made nine of his 10 tackles.

11. Perry Humphreys - 6

Much like Heward, did not see much ball in the first-half was was replaced by Nanai early in the second period.

10. Owen Williams - 8

Again reliable from the tee and another 50:22 in the second-half that eventually led to a try. Brilliant dink over the top to set-up Heinz. Settled in very nicely early on - unflappable.

9. Willi Heinz - 8

Kicking from hand was excellent and again got himself on the scoresheet with a well taken try. Second in his two appearances.

1. Ethan Waller - 7

Solid in the scrum - can't complain with that.

2. Scott Baldwin - 7.5

Line-out was in fine form and also scrummaged well. A few good carries in there also.

3. Christian Judge - 6.5

A penalty or two against him at scrum-time and a couple of missed tackles but nothing major. Solid in the scrum.

4. Kyle Hatherell - 8

Monstrous performance even if the stats don't necessarily back that up. There were at least three 'dominant' tackles as he smashed people backwards.

5. Justin Clegg - 8

Immense defensive display, making a team-high 15 tackles without missing one. Does the simple things well and mucks in, improving every game.

6. Ted Hill - 7

Not his best with a few mistakes in the first-half but improved in the second and still carried 11 times (joint team-high). Always on offer to do the hard yards.

7. Sam Lewis - 7.5

Nuisance at the breakdown with two turnovers in the game and threw himself at anything that moved. Standard from him.

8. Matt Kvesic - 7.5

Most metres carried from the forwards and made nine tackles. Has looked really good first two games.

16. Niall Annett - 7

17. Marc Thomas - 7

18. Jack Owlett - 7.5

19. Matt Garvey - 6

20. Graham Kitchener - NA

21. Will Chudley - 7.5

22. Billy Searle - 6.5

23. Melani Nanai - 7