It has taken the metronomic boot of Andy Goode just five starts to break its first Worcester Warriors kicking record.
That came at Goldington Road on Saturday where the former England fly half looked every inch a current England fly half and was arguably the difference between defeat and victory.
While most Warriors toiled against an admirable Bedford outfit, Goode hoovered up 23 points – all but five of the visitors’ total – including a club high three drop goals.
Attack losing momentum? Defence holding firm? No problem, back in the pocket we waddle, and dink – three points to Worcester.
As a result, Goode’s name replaced that of Shane Drahm and James Brown in the Sixways annals with the promise of more updating to come.
And while operating in the Championship might mean the globe-trotting 30-year-old is not best placed to reclaim his international shirt, he is at least trying to make the most of it.
“For me it has been great going to grounds I have not played at before. I am really enjoying the friendliness of all these Championship clubs,” he said.
“You speak to anyone from Northampton or Harlequins and they all say they really enjoyed the experience of playing at this level.
“OK at the outset it’s not something you want to do but now you have to, it’s about grasping that with both hands and making the best out of it. That’s what I am determined to do.
“Where ever we go with Worcester we are going to have a new experience and that can only be a positive thing.
“I’ve already had a full year in terms of life experience, going to see the world and playing in the biggest competitions in rugby.
“I was very lucky to go to the Sharks. those four or five months will live with me for the rest of my life, they were the best rugby experience I have ever had.
“But the Championship is a new chapter now and I’m determined it’ll be a good one.”
Many more days like last Saturday and it surely will. Especially since Richard Hill’s side now appears to be benefitting from less rotation and a steadier hand on the tiller.
Warriors are into the guts of their regular season and with eight straight wins, the outward impression is that they are becoming less vulnerable to an upset rather than more.
That theory will be put to the test when Cornish Pirates come to town on Friday evening, a side that can be feisty or frustrating in equal measure. One thing is sure though, they will want to keep their boat out of range of Goode’s cannon.