With a hugely-impressive 47-6 win away at the Ospreys there’s absolutely no doubt that Rennie’s men did that, and one man who really caught the eye was 22-year-old scrum-half George Horne.
The young playmaker was instrumental throughout, dictating the tempo of the game and scoring two tries himself, either side of half-time.
His first effort was a classic poachers finish, the Dundee-born No.9 marshalling his own forwards well to create a series of drives towards the tryline, then sending out a dummy pass and nipping in beneath the opposition defenders.
Horne also set up Scott Cummings for an easy run-in to cross the whitewash and ran an excellent support line to bag his second score.
The young scrum-half will have to compete with Ali Price and Henry Pyrgos for game-time all season long, but his performance displays the fearsome squad depth that has seen the Warriors dominate Conference A of the Guinness PRO14.
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