The second round of Allianz Premier 15s saw Harlequins Women, Saracens Women and Loughborough Lightning maintain their unbeaten streak while there were also wins for Worcester Warriors and Bristol.
Worcester dominated the game with a 58-5 win over Durham Sharks after scoring 29 unanswered points in the opening half. The win was first for Worcester in the season as they now have six points taking their position to fifth in the table.
Exeter Chiefs had their opportunity to level the scores but a late conversion missed meant Bristol managed to escape with a 24-22 win. Bristol are at the sixth place in the table but have played one game less as compared to the rest while newcomers Exeter have lost both the matches and are at last.
Loughborough Lightning also impressed as scrum-half Ella Wyrwas scored two tries in the opening 30 minutes that set up their 32-26 win over Gloucester-Hartpury Women's RFC. This is second win for Loughborough as they move to the third place with 10 points while Gloucester-Hartpury are at fourth place.
Saracens proved their dominance once again despite trailing 7-10 in the opening quarter but tries from Chantelle Miell, May Campbell, Marlie Packer, Zoe Harrison, Lotte Clapp and Poppy Cleall sealed a 40-10 win for the two time champions.
Ellie Kildunne gave a head start to Wasps with an early try but Harlequins achieved their second bonus point with tries from Abbie Dow, Amy Cokayne, Sarah Beckett and Shaunagh Brown.