Worcester Warriors

Worcester heading for relegation

Worcester’s Aviva Premiership relegation was all-but confirmed as Saracens eased to a 44-20 victory at Allianz Park. Jackson Wray claimed a hat-trick, Chris Ashton backed up his Heineken Cup semi-final brace against Clermont with two more tries, and David Strettle crossed to complete a routine win. Chris Pennell’s brace and a score for Semisi Taulava came to nought for the …

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Ryan determined to keep Pennell

Dean Ryan believes Worcester can still hold on to prized asset Chris Pennell, despite admitting his side’s six-try defeat to Saracens has sealed relegation. Warriors boss Ryan is confident of keeping the highly-rated full-back at the club, even in the wake of his side’s 44-20 defeat at Allianz Park, which confirmed their last-placed Premiership finish with one round of matches …

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Saracens v Worcester Warriors – A day for the record books

And so we came to the final regular home game of the 2013/14 season for Saracens, a game likely to be condemning Worcester Warriors to the Championship next season.  After one of the performances of the year at Twickenham last week  across any of the competitions this season it was possible that the foot could come off the pedal for …

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Change is Coming-Ryan and Worcester

Change is a hurdle in life that many have to clamber over. For some, change is welcomed with open arms, yet for others, change is a test that regularly isn’t overcome. Sport is continually changing, whether that be through technological progressions, injury research or simply, the changing of coaching or management. In order for teams to maximise their success on …

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Almost Home – Aviva Premiership Preview – Round 21

Come Sunday night I’m pretty sure that most of the remaining questions for this season will be answered. I think we’ might know the top 4 and it will be confirmed that Worcester will be in the Championship from September. These things are, however, not certain and it is just possible that some things will go down to the last …

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Next Season’s Aviva Premiership Looks Set to be the Toughest Ever!

Over the last few years the Aviva Premiership has rapidly grown to become just about the most competitive domestic league in World Rugby. Whilst I’m sure many would choose to disagree it is hard to argue with 6 different winners in the last 10 years (only the Top 14 can match this), whilst the last 3 years have yielded 3 …

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