Worcester Warriors secured back to back victories when they beat Bucuresti Wolves 13-24 in Pool one of the Amlin Challenge Cup which keeps their quarter-final hopes alive.
The visitors outscored the Wolves 4 tries to 1 and but were made to work for their second victory in the tournament.
Both sides went into the game level on 5 points in Pool 1 after the first two rounds of action.
The hosts opened the scoring with a Florin Vlaicu penalty after ten minutes but Josh Drauniniu soon cancelled that out for Worcester as he crossed for the opening try which Danny Gray converted.
Vlaicu cut the deficit with his second penalty but a Jake Abbott try for the visitors stretched their lead to 12-6 and that's how the scored remained at the break.
Florin Surugiu touched down for the Romanian side's first try after 56 minutes and the two point conversion from Vlaicu pushed the Wolves into the lead.
Errie Claassens then scored on 65 minutes to regain the lead for Worcester and James Currie scored at the death to secure the victory and the bonus-point.
Final Score Bucuresti 13 (6) Worcester 24 (12)
Tries: Surugiu Penalties: Vlaicu 2
Tries: Drauniniu, Abbott 2, Short
Conversions: Gray, Goode
Referee: Marius Mitrea (Italy)
Bucharest Wolves: F Vlaicu; C Gheara, J Makapelu, C Dinis, M Apostol; I Florea, F Surugiu; F Dobre, F Tasca, V Badalicescu, C Ratiu, C Munteanu, B Petreanu, A Ion, V Rus [capt]
Replacements: E Capatana, A Ursache, R Boar, V Popirlan, A Mitu, V Ivan, F Fantanaru, I Niacsu
Worcester Warriors: C Pennell [capt]; T Arscott, A Short, S Tu'ipulotu, J Drauniniu; D Gray, J Arr; B Douglas, C Fortey, O Tomaszczyk, J Percival, B Gulliver, S Betty, J Abbott, C Jones
Replacements: O Hayes, G Porter, J Currie, A Lutui, N Dacres, O Frost, A Goode, E Claassens
With thanks to ERCrugby.