After a season to forget with Worcester Josh Drauniniu returns to London Welsh with one goal, to play rugby again. The winger, 29, spent the last four seasons at Sixways and started each of the 53 games he played in during the first three, scoring 24 tries on the way. But, following the arrivals of […]
England midfield remains the most urgent concern according to Worcester boss.
Worcester boss believes the Championship is in crisis and has called for an urgent review of how the RFU is managing English rugby’s second tier.
Worcester Warriors DoR reflects on relegation and how they are going about putting things right.
Personalities must emerge to win 2015 RWC.
Fly-half admits his ambitious style of play may have stunted what should have been a more fulfilling career in terms of international honours.
The failure of Worcester to survive in this year’s Premiership season was probably the most anticipated relegation since the leagues began. Despite the fact that Newcastle had gained promotion, which would usually make them favourites for the drop, the unexpected sacking of head coach Richard Hill after he had laid the foundations for the approaching […]
Dean Ryan says relegated Worcester will continue to make the “drastic change” needed to turn them into a competitive top-flight side.
Dean Ryan is realistic about Worcester’s place in the Premiership pecking order. The Warriors are perched precariously on the lower rungs of what is rapidly becoming a two-tier league, and they have been stuck there for almost a decade despite the hackneyed mantra that England’s top table is so competitive anyone can beat anyone. It […]
Dynamic Gloucester flanker Akapusi Qera could potentially be reunited with Dean Ryan when his contract at Kingsholm expires next year. Qera, nominated for this season’s Premiership player-of-the-year award, goes back a long way with Ryan, who signed him from National One side Birmingham in 2007 before turning him into a world-class performer for both Gloucester […]