Conversions: Bentley (2)
Martyn Thomas; Luke Hume, Tim Molenaar, Ryan Mills, Drew Cheshire; Jonny Bentley, Jimmy Cowan; James Gibbons, Nathan Taylor (Hartpury RFC), Tom Heard; Will James, Tom Hicks; Matt Cox, Lewis Ludlow, Gareth Evans
Nathan Stroud (Hartpury RFC), Des Murray (Hartpury RFC)), Jimmy Litchfield (Hartpury RFC) Jonny Hill, George Mills (Cinderford), Reece Boughton, Billy Burns, Mike Tindall
Ben Howard; Dean Hammond, Jon Clarke, Max Stelling, James Stephenson; Elliott Davies, Jonny Arr (capt); Ofa Fainga'nauku, Chris Brooker, Euan Murray; Matt Spink, Harry Casson; Gerrie Marre, Andrew Boyce, Huw Taylor
Scotty Wright, jack Cosgrove, Rob O'Donnell, Gareth Turner, Sam Smith, Tom Chapman, George De Cothi, Aquele Smith
A powerful forward effort softened up the visitors, and Gloucester's experienced half backs were able to run the show. Six tries followed on the way to a bonus point win.
The opening stages were most notable for a couple of promising first touches for USA Eagle Luke Hume, who looked lively as Gloucester tried to impose themselves on the game.
Those moments apart, Matt Cox caught the eye most in the opening ten minutes with some muscular work at the breakdown and a massive hit in midfield.
The first try came from a moment of quick thinking from Jimmy Cowan. A quick tap penalty saw the scrum half burst clear with Ryan Mills taking it on. Bentley then produced a neat grubber for winger Luke Hume to run on to and score.
The second wasn't long in coming, Bentley's neat break slicing open the visitors defence before he offloaded to Cowan for the score. Bentley added the easy conversion for a 12-0 lead.
Cowan was all over the field at this point, latching on to a Cheshire chip ahead moments later only for his ambitious behind the back offload to find Worcester hands.
It only delayed the inevitable. With Worcester rocking, Bentley's long miss pass skipped up off the turf nicely for Matt Cox who escaped the last defender for the third try and a 17-0 lead.
The bonus point try came on 27 minutes. Hume ran a kick out of defence, breaking a tackle before finding Bentley. The fly half moved the ball on to Tim Molenaar who unselfishly put Martyn Thomas over in the corner. Bentley added an excellent conversion.
Worcester rallied briefly and spent some time in the Gloucester 22, but their efforts resulted in no real alarms for the Gloucester defence. 24-0 the half time score.
It had been a solid half from Gloucester, particularly up front where Worcester appeared on paper to have the edge. But the home pack was holding its own, and creating a platform for the likes of Bentley and Cowan to dominate.
The visitors started the second half in spirited fashion, and got on the scoreboard after 49 minutes with a penalty from fly half Elliott Davies.
The score merely seemed to fire up Gloucester though, Matt Cox battling his way forward and Jonny Bentley scrambled over from close range.
The inevitable flurry of replacements on both sides took the sting out of the game slightly as time ticked on, with Gloucester now looking good value for the win.
Worcester replacement hooker Scotty Wright was yellow carded for a high tackle on Hume to compound a difficult night for the Cavaliers, made even worse when Gloucester added a sixth try as Jimmy Litchfield smashed his way over.