Clark (3), Monahan (4), Hazell, Locke, Molenaar, Thomas M (2), Buxton, Langley
Taylor, Cook (5)
Joe Nellany; Ed Telwright, Max Stelling, Jack Wardle, Josh Watkins; Tom Carlisle, Ollie Frost; George Porter (capt), Antonio Harris, Rob O'Donnell; Sam Herrington, Adam Peters, Nile Dacres, Eoin Cremond, Dan Young
Ryan Furniss, Jack Cosgrove, Ceri Jones, Ed Taylor, Adey Hall, Stephan Shillingford, George Eastwell, Richard Johnson
Rob Cook; Shane Monahan, Drew Locke, Tim Molenaar, Ian Clark; Tim Taylor, Brad Field; Yann Thomas, Koree Britton, Dario Chistolini; Will Graulich, Elliot Stooke; Peter Buxton (capt), Andy Hazell, Gareth Evans
Tommaso d'Apice (for Britton, HT), James Gibbons (for Chistolini, 59 mins), Tom Heard (for Thomas Y, 59 mins), Ross Moriarty (for Graulich, HT), Rob Langley (for Hazell, HT), Reece Boughton (for Field, 50 mins), Gareth Knox (for Locke, 50 mins), Martyn Thomas (for Taylor, 55 mins)
Both wingers went on to score hat tricks but they would be the first to admit that they owed a huge debt to the work of their pack who simply demolished a sadly outclassed home side.
Gloucester were never threatened in defence and enjoyed a surfeit of possession which they were able to gleefully exploit.
The backs all caught the eye as they took full advantage of the work done by the men up front but plaudits on the night have to go to Peter Buxton who was simply everywhere.
Gloucester made a breathtaking start, taking the game to the Cavaliers and Ian Clark caught the home defence napping to score from a quick tap. Tim Taylor converted.
And Clark quickly added a second as a slick pass outflanked the Cavaliers rearguard after a sharp break from Rob Cox and he dotted down in the corner for a 12-0 lead.
A turnover swiftly led to a score from Shane Monahan and the Irish winger crossed a second time after a shuddering hit from Andy Hazell secured more turnover possession and another chance for Cook to carve his way through and set up the score.
The game went into an error strewn phase before the pack took matters into their own hands and a powerful rolling maul resulted in a try for Andy Hazell. Rob Cook took over conversion duties and duly made it 29-0 after 28 minutes.
And, when Drew Locke fought his way to the line a few minutes later, Gloucester had delivered six of the best in no uncertain style and went into half time with a well deserved 34-0 lead.
Gloucester brought on several replacements at half time but the momentum wasn't halted and Shane Monahan quickly converted his hat trick with Cook again converting.
And Monahan was soon over for a fourth as he finished off a rolling maul from the pack. Cook again found conversion duties easy.
A muscular performance from Tim Molenaar was rewarded on the hour with a try, but equally as impressive was the çommitment in defence as Worcester launched a rare attack.
Martyn Thomas put in one massive hit and, just minutes later, showed his speed in attack as he finished off a great break from Gareth Evans.
Clark completed his hat trick as Gloucester's pack destroyed a Worcester scrum and, had it been boxing, the referee would have stopped it by now.
Another lightning break from Cook set up a second try for Thomas and the home fans started to head for the exits.
But the loudest cheer of the evening was reserved for Peter Buxton who finished off a flowing move just before full time to cap what had been an all action display from the skipper on the evening.
There was still time for Rob Langley to add a 14th try for the United as they completed an 82-0 romp and could head home reflecting on a job well done.