Worcester Warriors has announced that it is parting company with its Chief Executive, Charles Cameron.
A formal search for a replacement will commence shortly. Until then Anthony Glossop, a non-executive director who chairs the board, will take on a part-time executive role.
Rugby players from Worcester Warriors have launched an appeal for help to feed the homeless in Birmingham.
The club’s lock forward, Dean Schofield, has called for businesses in the city to donate food to the SIFA Fireside Centre in Digbeth which can be used to give breakfasts to those in need.
He said a decline in donations in recent months means the service is at risk of failing.
Each Monday morning, players from the Aviva Premiership club bring food to the centre which they cook and serve.
SIFA Fireside works to tackle homelessness and alcohol abuse. Around 120 people use the centre every day.
The players have helped serve more than 800 breakfasts since they got involved in September last year.
Worcester Warriors face Leicester Tigers tonight in the Premiership in one of their toughest games of the season.
They are still looking for their first Premiership win, and tonight they face the champions. But Director of Rugby, Dean Ryan, and player, James Percival, still believe they can defeat Leicester.
Worcester Warriors lost their LV= Cup tie with the Exeter Chiefs 3-42 at Sixways Stadium today.
The Warriors will have to pick themselves up for their tie with Leicester Tigers on Friday if they are to restore some pride.
Worcester Warrior's Aviva Premiership match away at Gloucester was delayed this afternoon, after a giant inflatable rugby ball brought down the cross bar of the posts at one end of the pitch.
Once the game did get underway at the Kingsholme Stadium, it did not go so well for Worcester, who lost 12-6.
Swansea players generously donated some of their equipment to Worcester Warriors after some of the team's kit was destroyed in a fire which engulfed their coach.
While everyone on board escaped unharmed, their kit was not so lucky.
Fortunately, the Ospreys generously offered up some of their own to allow yesterday's match to go ahead with just a 90 minute delay.
Investigations are ongoing into what caused the blaze.
Darryl Murphy has the full story.
An investigation is underway after a rugby team's bus was destroyed by a fire, as it traveled along the M5 in Gloucestershire.
The coach, which was being used by the Worcester Warriors, was destroyed in the blaze.
Club officials have told ITV News Central they are 'concerned' about how quickly the vehicle was engulfed with flames.
The Worcester Warriors' team coach was destroyed in a blaze as players and staff travelled to their afternoon match against Swansea.
The fire caused long delays on the M5 as fire crews tackled the flames, while the game was pushed back by 90 minutes.
Full story by Wesley Smith.
Thick plumes of black smoke billow into the sky as flames rage at the rear of the Worcester Warriors' official team coach in a video captured by a passing car.
The severe blaze was caught on camera by the passenger of the car, before emergency services arrived.
The coach caught fire as the team travelled along the M5 to Swansea for a match.
The video was uploaded to YouTube by Natasha Phipps.
Flames took hold of the Worcester Warriors' team coach as players travelled along the M5 this morning.
All staff and players are said to be safe and well. It's not yet known how the fire started.
The coach was reduced to little more than a metal shell after firefighters managed to put out the blaze.
The match will now go ahead later than scheduled, at 4.30pm.