Hughes ready for Middlesex clash

AUSTRALIAN opener Phil Hughes will go straight into Worcestershire’s side to face Middlesex in the Clydesdale Bank 40 at New Road on Sunday after landing on English soil yesterday (Thursday). The left-hander arrives at Worcestershire keen to prove to the ...»

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Lancaster throws down the gauntlet to Mullan

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WE'RE all looking forward to welcoming Phil Hughes to New Road this week and seeing him perform against his former club Middlesex in the Clydesdale Bank 40 on Sunday. Phil ...»

Warriors name Redman as forwards coach

NIGEL Redman will make a return to Worcester Warriors after being named as their new forwards coach. Redman, 47, who previously worked as academy manager at Sixways, will leave his ...»

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Matavesi can give Warriors X Factor

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Warriors closing in on new forwards coach

WORCESTER Warriors managing director Charlie Little has confirmed the club are on the verge of capturing a new forwards coach who could be in place by the end of next ...»

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Klinger is eager for return to New Road

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IT'S GREAT to see Gareth Andrew back because he is a key member of our squad in all forms of the game and a genuine all rounder, who really helps ...»

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