Rory Duncan is reportedly expected to finish his final year at Worcester Warriors despite links to the Kings head coaching job.
World Cup-winning Springbok centre Wynand Olivier will retire from all rugby at the end of the season.
Worcester Warriors flank Cornell du Preez has returned to full training after recovering from a larynx injury he suffered in September last year.
The Worcester Warriors scored seven tries to hammer the Bristol Bears 52-7 while there were also English Premiership wins for Gloucester, Saracens, the Sale Sharks, Leicester Tigers and Exeter Chiefs.
Worcester Warriors flank Cornell du Preez is set for a spell on the sidelines after suffering a throat injury during their 21-20 loss to Wasps on Saturday.
The Worcester Warriors have completed the signing of Zimbabwe tighthead prop Farai Mudariki.
South African centre Wynand Olivier has signed a one-year contract extension with the Worcester Warriors. The former Bulls player arrived at the Warriors from Montpellier in 2015, and has become an integral part of the side, scoring 10 tries in 23 appearances in the 2016-17 season. ‘Worcester has become a home for me over the past three years and I’m… Read more →
Rory Duncan will join the Worcester Warriors as their head coach at the end of the European season. The 40-year-old is currently the head coach of the Cheetahs, who are third in Conference A of the Pro14 after eight wins from their opening 13 games. ‘Rory was my captain at the Eastern Province Kings, where he showed outstanding leadership qualities and a… Read more →
Saracens scored six tries in their 46-31 win against Worcester in the English Premiership.
Former Sharks lock Anton Bresler has joined the Worcester Warriors from Edinburgh. The 29-year-old played 61 matches for Edinburgh and attended Scotland’s 41-man training camp in August. However, he did not play for the national side, who he had qualified for on residential grounds, in November. ‘I’m genuinely excited at the prospect of playing Premiership rugby and can’t wait to get out on the field… Read more →