"We've done it and enjoyed it, but we have to focus on the coming game" - that's the message Warriors A team manager Andrew Stanley has given to his young stars as they prepare for Monday night's clash with Newcastle, seven days after their historic 20-22 win on Leicester Tigers' home turf.
The second string team's 17-20 victory at Kingston Park, back in September, marked the point at which the Sixways youngsters started to believe that they could win Guinness A League Northern Conference matches in big grounds and against strong opposition.
Since then, they've taken Sale Jets to the limit and cemented their place in the conference mid-table with displays that have brought plaudits and record crowds from the Monday night faithful.
The coming Falcons match is expected to be no different.
"The game up there was the one that got us rolling," says Stan. "It was a watershed for the boys. They realised that they could go to major stadiums and win.
"Make no mistake, though. Newcastle are still a dangerous side, as their victory at Sale last week suggests. We've got to make sure that we don't get carried away with the win at Welford Road. That's over and done with now. We've done it and enjoyed it, but we have to focus on the coming game."
Monday's game is free to debenture, season ticket-holders and under 18s. Otherwise, it's £3 for adults - pay on the gate. For further details call the ticket office on 0870 990 5650. The Clubhouse bar will be open for food and drink, but the first-team squad's weekend schedule means that, on this occasion, no players can join supporters before the match to chat and sign autographs.
Worcester Warriors' long-term vision to become an established Aviva Premiership Club has been given a significant boost after concluding an agreement with Worcester Rugby, the group that runs amateur club Worcester Wanderers Rugby Club, over the usage of the whole of the Sixways Stadium site.