FORMER Scotland fly-half Gordon Ross will come out of retirement to help raise money for Worcester schoolboy Oscar Saxelby-Lee at Sixways tomorrow.

Ross won 25 caps for Scotland between 2001 and 2006, including an appearance in the 2003 Rugby World Cup, as well as playing top-flight rugby for Edinburgh, Leeds Carnegie, Castres, Saracens and London Welsh.

The Warriors academy coach will return to action as part of a staff side who will play a Worcester RFC XV in a curtain-raiser to the West Mercia Police-versus-Warwickshire Police match in aid of Help for Oscar.

The staff XV will also include former Premiership players Rob Cook and Rob Lewis.

The Warriors staff match will kick-off at 6pm and will be preceded by a mixed ability match at 5.25pm. West Mercia Police will play Warwickshire Police at 7.30pm.

All proceeds from the night will be used to help send five-year-old Oscar to Singapore for specialist leukaemia treatment which is not available on the National Health Service.

The Sixways gates will open at 5pm with entry through the new Fanzone turnstiles.

On-site parking is available on a first-come-first-served basis with a donation to Oscar’s charity.