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Warriors

DEPARTING: Matt Kvesic will play his final game for Warriors on Saturday at London Welsh before joining Gloucester.

We just haven’t been good enough this year

STAND-OUT PERFORMER: Chris Pennell (left) impressed against Harlequins in the final home game of the season for Worcester Warriors.

Hill’s departure came as a shock to the Warriors squad

ARTIFICIAL: Worcester Warriors’ will be playing on Saracens new 4G pitch at Allianz Park on Sunday in the Aviva Premiership.

We’ll be ready for artificial surface at Saracens

BACK IN ACTION: Lock Chris Jones.

Warriors players have to take blame for London Irish defeat

SHAUN PERRY: Very professional in the way he has come back from injury for Warriors.

Superb to see Shaun Perry back playing again for Worcester Warriors

NEIL BEST: Performed well for Warriors in the line-out.

Finding our sting at the right time was great for Worcester Warriors

FANTASTIC PROFESSIONAL: Errie Claassens.

Late defeat at Gloucester was a bitter pill to swallow for Worcester Warriors

JAMES PERCIVAL: Spoke to the players after the Saints game with energy and self-belief.

No better game than derby to start revival

TRUE WARRIOR: Fly-half Danny Gray rose from his sickbed last Saturday morning and gave his all at Bath.

Warriors have to roar back against the Saints

TRACEY PRIDDEY: Warriors club chef.

Warriors players are crying out for a decent surface

DEPARTURE: Bitter pill to swallow that Matt Mullan (right) is leaving Sixways for Wasps.

Warriors nightmare as two Matts slip through the net

SAM BETTY: Sets up a Warriors attack during the Amlin Challenge Cup tie with Gernika at Sixways.

Thirst for Heineken after missing giants

After relaxing trip, Warriors want to finish in style

After relaxing trip, Warriors want to finish in style

Italian job next after harsh Warriors defeat to Tigers

TRY SCORER: Matt Kvesic touched down for the Warriors in the defeat by Sale Sharks.

Worcester Warriors need to tame the Tigers after Sale loss

Festive fixtures may see Warriors shoot up table

Festive fixtures may see Warriors shoot up table

DEBUT: Euan Murray caught the eye against Perpignan.

Warriors are ready for their massive French test

Alex Grove: Made some good line breaks.

We did everything we said we would at Harlequins

OUTSTANDING: Semisi Taulava was in form in Warriors’ home win over Saracens at Sixways on Friday night, according to captain Dean Schofield.

Harlequins next after season’s best display

TAKING YOUR CHANCE: Andy Short (right) grabbed his starting opportunity and performed well in Worcester Warriors’ LV= Cup win over Scarlets at Sixways says captain Dean Schofield.

Wasps win would tee us up for Saracens

ABSENT: David Lemi will miss Warriors’ LV= Cup clash with Scarlets as he is on international duty.

We need to address how we start games

SHARP: Try-scorer David Lemi has been praised by Worcester Warriors skipper Dean Schofield.

We can do the job at Chiefs after victory over Sharks

OUT ON THE LEFT: It was good to see Matt Kvesic on the scoresheet against Rovigo on Saturday, according to Worcester Warriors captain Dean Schofield.

We need wins now, starting against Sale

Supersonic start to  our cup run in Spain

Supersonic start to our cup run in Spain

Line-outs are a big cause for concern at Worcester Warriors

Line-outs are a big cause for concern at Worcester Warriors

TOUGH: Loosehead prop Matt Mullan (centre) has been hailed by Warriors skipper Dean Schofield after a solid display in their side’s 35-11 home win over London Irish.

We will keep getting better and better now

BRAVE IN BATTLE: Worcester Warriors’ Nikki Walker was praised for his display against Gloucester after dislocating his thumb in the early stages of the derby.

We are going in the right direction despite results

BREAKING THE HABIT: Warriors need to watch their discipline, according to skipper Dean Schofield after Shaun Perry became one of three players to receive a yellow card this season.

Noisy Sixways can spur us on in Gloucester clash

FINE START: Warriors skipper Dean Schofield was impressed by the performance of fellow debutant Josh Matavesi against Bath at Sixways on Saturday.

Plenty of positives for us to take from Bath defeat

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