Wasps run in 10 tries as Bristol hammered

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Christian Wade was one of three Wasps players to bag a brace at the Ricoh Arena
Premiership
Wasps (37) 70
Tries: Wade 2, Johnson 2, Daly 2, Taylor, Cooper-Woolley, Symons, Cipriani Cons: Gopperth 7 Pens: Gopperth 2
Bristol (3) 22
Tries: Lam, Eadie, Cortes Cons: Pisi, Jarvis Pen: Pisi

Wasps ran in 10 tries as they swept past bottom side Bristol to continue their 100% start to the season.

Five scores came in a frenetic first half as Tommy Taylor, Elliot Daly, Jake Cooper-Woolley, Matt Symons and Christian Wade all touched down.

Ashley Johnson bagged a brace after the break, while Danny Cipriani went over to add to Wade and Daly tries.

Bristol improved and got three second-half scores, with Jack Lam, Mitch Eadie and Gaston Cortes all going over.

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Cipriani’s try was his first since re-joining Wasps from Sale this summer, as the England international ran in from 50 metres out to dot down.

Dai Young’s side needed to win by a 56-point margin to go top of the Premiership, but have won their first three league games for the first time since 2009-10 to keep pace with Bath and Saracens.

However, victory extends their winning run at the Ricoh Arena to 11 matches, stretching back to December 2015.

For Andy Robinson’s Bristol it was a third successive defeat following their promotion to the top flight and they remain bottom, although they finished the game just a try away from a bonus point.

Wasps: Miller; Wade, Daly, Gopperth, Halai; Cipriani, Simpson; McIntyre, Taylor, Cooper-Woolley, Symons, Gaskell (capt), Rieder, Young, Thompson.

Replacements: Johnson, Mullan, Swainston, Myall, Hughes, Hampson, Eastmond, Bassett.

Bristol: Williams; Edwards, Hurrell, Palamo, Varndell; Pisi, Cliff; Bevington, McMillan, Perenise, Evans, Joyce, Lam (capt), Robinson, Eadie.

Replacements: Brooker, Tonga’uiha, Cortes, Phillips, Crane, Roberts, Jarvis, Mosses.

Referee: Tim Wigglesworth.

Attendance: 12,280.



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