Vote for the ultimate Warriors team

Over the next two weeks we will be compiling a fan voted Ultimate Team of Warriors stars since the professional era of the club began in 1996.

Supporters can vote on Twitter with four players to chose from in each position. The first position is full-back and you can vote for your favourite by clicking here.

Chris Pennell

Chris Pennell is a rarity in the professional era, a man who has played all his rugby for one club.

The son of the late Graham Dilley, the former England cricketer, Pennell joined Warriors’ Academy from Old Swinford Hospital School and made his first team debut in 2007.

Pennell clocked up his 200th first team appearance in the final match of the 2017/18 season and became the first Warriors player to make 150 Premiership appearances against Exeter Chiefs in March 2019.

He was capped by England as a replacement against New Zealand at Wellington in 2014.

 

Sateki Tuipulotu

Sateki Tuipulotu joined Warriors after he had played for Tonga in the 1999 Rugby World Cup in England where he landed a last minute drop goal to secure victory over Italy at Leicester.

He had previous experience of playing in England having spent three years with Leeds from 1996.

Tuipulotu was a strong-running attacking full-back and an accurate goalkicker whose first of three seasons was their first in what is now the RFU Championship.

Tuipulotu won 20 caps for Tonga and played in three World Cups, the last of them in 2003.

 

Thinus Delport

Thinus Delport won 18 South Africa caps between 2000 and 2003 having toured Europe with the Springboks in 1997.

After a successful provincial career with the Lions in Super Rugby Delport moved to England and joined Gloucester in 2003.

Delport switched to Warriors in 2004 and went on to make 110 appearances in a successful four-year career at Sixways.

A slick and speedy full-back, Delport also played on the wing and was versatile enough to develop a new career as a television pundit while he was still playing.

 

Chris Latham

Latham was an eye-catching recruit when Warriors signed him in 2008 as he had won the Rugby World Cup with Australia in 1999 and played in two more World Cups, scoring five tries against Namibia in the 2003 tournament.

Latham made more than 100 appearances for Queensland Reds and became the first man to win the Australian Super Rugby Player of the Year Award.

Latham, a fine attacking full-back had two successful season with Warriors in which he made 46 appearances and scored 42 points.

After leaving Sixways Latham moved to Japan where he took up a player/coach role with Kyuden Voltex where, having guided them to promotion to the top flight in 2012, he retired.