Worcester Warrior Former Player In RPA

Worcester Warriors is a team that has players who continue to have successful roles even after their active roles on the field ends.

One such instance is of Jake Abbott. He was a former flanker who has now obtained a role with the Rugby Players association. Jake has found a new way of staying in touch with the sport. He has taken up a role in the Rugby Players’ Association. Being an ex England player of 28 years of age, being part of the association will involve looking into the welfare of players of teams like Yorkshire Carnegie academy, RPA Alumni North, Newcastle Falcons and others.

He had joined back to Worcester after having a brief spell with Griffins in US, Dallas where he also took up the role of an assistant coach. He has been a student of the Worcester Sixth Form College. His new role will involve development of new players in a managerial capacity. Abbott stated that he is looking forward to the new role and would like to be engaged in helping players work on their development. Read more


Worcester equalled a premiership record in their victory over Wasps last weekend. Their 6-0 victory provided the lowest winning score of any team in the Premiership era.

In a clash between two teams languishing at the wrong end of the table it was Worcester that came out on top. With Newcastle constantly threatening a revival in fortunes it could be games like this that decide whether Worcester or Wasps join the Falcons in a relegation scrap come the end of the season.

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