19 Jun 13
Join Harlequins for their second home friendly against Glasgow Warriors on Saturday 24th August (Kick-off 2.30pm) and experience the newly launched President's Lounge.
Position: Back Row, D.o.B: 06/07/1977, Height: 6ft 3in, Weight: 16st 4lb, Honours: England
Pat Sanderson - known to Worcester fans as Captain Fantastic - joined Warriors in 2004/05 season. He has since become such an integral part of the club and the development of its future.
An inspiration to the young Academy players breaking through the ranks, Pat is a perfect example of work hard ethic, and is always willing to go the extra mile to gain results.
An intelligent, skilful and hard-working player, Sanderson has continued to lead from the front at Sixways, both on and off the field and recently celebrated his 100th appearance for the club.
Position: Prop, D.O.B: 15/03/1986, Height: 5ft 11in, Weight: 17st 0lb
Matt Mullan has risen from the ranks of the Warriors Academy and is regarded by many as the modern day prop with a bright future of international rugby ahead of him.
Mullan is now a regular first team player for Warriors and has the traditional strengths required for scrummaging and ball carrying. He is also a very modern front row forward, in that his work rate is exceptional outside the scrum in all areas of the game.
Position: Wing, D.O.B 21/04/1983, Height 5ft 9in, Weight: 14st 0lb
Electric wing Marcel Garvey enjoyed a stunning return to top form during the 2007/08 season and will be aiming to put Guinness Premiership defences to the sword again in the latter stages of this campaign, despite several injury setbacks- including a career threatening hip injury.
The wing has represented England A and England U21, being an integral part of the U21 World Cup team in 2004. He is also a member of the England Sevens set-up.
Position: Utility Back, D.O.B 19.05.78, Height, 6'0, Weight, 14st 2lb
The versatile back, who has played for New Zealand Maori, joined Gloucester in 2006 and made 24 appearances in all competitions in his debut year in England, scoring 220 points, and recently signed for Worcester on loan.
Walker, who can play in either the fly half or full back role, has impressed for Warriors so far this season, as well as playing 17 times for Gloucester - scoring two tries- and has previously enjoyed spells with North Harbour in the NPC and the Highlanders in the Super 14.