ONE of the coaches at Worcester Warriors has found a new home following the collapse of the Sixways-based outfit.

Forwards coach Nick Easter was brought in by Steve Diamond for the 2022/23 season but after the club entered administration and contracts were terminated, he has moved on.

He has become the director of rugby at National League One side Chinnor RFC with immediate effect.

Easter - who played at three World Cups for England - joined Worcester following coaching spells in South Africa and with Newcastle Falcons.

The number eight made 281 appearances for Harlequins during his playing career and represented his country 54 times.

Following his announcement, the 44-year-old said: "I am looking forward to this opportunity and I am delighted to become the Club's new Director of Rugby.

"Chinnor is a fantastic community club and the aim is to build on what has been achieved here in recent years."

Chinnor RFC Thame First XV Head Coach, Craig Hampson, added: "We told the boys at training last night and there was a brilliant reaction.

"It’s a great signing for the Club to bring in someone with his experience as both a player and a coach. Myself, the rest of the coaching team, and the players are really looking forward to working with him."