Harlequins coach Tabai Matson is excited to see what Eddie Jones makes of winger Louis Lynagh after he scored again in his side's 35-29 win against Worcester Warriors.

Quins were 21-3 up at half-time after tries from Lynagh, Alex Dombrandt, and Cadan Murley, and after the break, a Joe Marchant try cancelled out a score from Ollie Lawrence.

The Warriors pushed Quins close when Willi Heinz and Will Chudley crossed the whitewash, but Dino Lamb-Cona scored to ensure Mark Thomas' try was nothing more than a consolation.

The Warriors picked up two bonus points in defeat, meaning they're sat in a respectable fourth place while Quins are second behind Leicester Tigers on points difference.

Matson said: "At the end of this (England) camp, it will be really interesting to see if Eddie (Jones) thinks Louis Lynagh is going to be an international calibre winger.

"What you want from your wingers is the ability to finish, and he's been prolific, but he's got lots of things to work on because international rugby is another step up again.

"But every week he just puts up his hand, every time he gets an opportunity, he takes it, and that shows us a glimpse of what he's capable of in the future."

The 20-year-old wing, who could have represented Australia or Italy, has been included in England's pre-autumn training squad for the first time.

Lynagh, son of Australian international Michael Lynagh, scored first for Quins on Saturday after powering his way through several tackles to finish from a difficult position.

This was Quins' second tight win of the season after narrowly beating Newcastle Falcons 26-20 on the opening weekend of the campaign, a fact not lost on the Quins coach.

Matson added: "To be fair, the Newcastle victory with a bonus point was more than we could have asked for and to scrape through against Worcester.

"In the first half, we felt like we had the game under control, but you have to respect what Worcester did because they made it difficult for us."

It was also a historic day for Sara Cox, who became the first woman to referee a Premiership game as she took charge of the fixture.

Cox, 31, from Devon, was already the first female referee to take charge of a match between two top-tier men's sides when Northampton beat Wasps in the 2018 Premiership Cup.