Over the next few 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. Today’s task is to select a fly-half you can take part by voting on our twitter page.
Ultimate team so far:
15 | Chris Pennell – 52% of 559 votes
14 | Bryce Heem – 70% of 552 votes
13 | Sam Tuitupou – 52% of 510 votes
12 | Dale Rasmussen – 46% of 510 votes
11 | Josh Adams – 62% of 687 votes
Shane Drahm played four seasons of Super Rugby for Queensland Reds in his native Brisbane and also represented Australia in sevens before he moved to England and enjoyed a successful seven-year career.
Drahm had two seasons with Bristol and a similar period with Northampton Saints before arriving at Sixways in 2005.
Although he could also play at full-back Warriors used him as an influential playmaker at fly-half and Drahm proved a prolific points scorer in his three seasons at Sixways by rattling up 639 points in just 70 appearances.
He left Warriors in 2008 and joined Kubota Spears in Japan and returned to Australia in 2011 to coach at a school in Brisbane.
Goode had more clubs than Jack Nicklaus in an 18-year professional career that was entertaining and eventful.
He stopped off at Leicester Tigers (twice), Saracens, Brive, Durban-based Sharks, Warriors, Wasps and Newcastle and also won 17 England caps between 2005 and 2009.
Goode’s three-year stint with Warriors between 2010 and 2013 brought him a club record 823 points in just 83 appearances before he left Sixways for Wasps. Only Charlie Hodgson has scored more career Premiership points than Goode’s 2,285.
Having come out of retirement to play nine matches for Newcastle in the second half of the 2015/16 season. Goode hung up his boots again and now is now a media pundit.
Duncan Weir is only in his second season with Warriors but he is fast-closing in on 400 points for the club.
He joined Warriors from Edinburgh in the summer of 2018 and immediately established himself as a playmaker and main contributor of points with his accurate goalkicking.
He notched last-gasp winning kicks to seal memorable wins against Bath and Saracens in the 2018/19 season.
Weir arrived at Sixways with 27 Scotland caps to his name and he added his 28th in the 2020 Six Nations when he came off the bench in the win over France at Murrayfield.
Originally from Glasgow, Weir began his professional career with Glasgow Warriors, where he enjoyed a successful six-year career before he joined their Pro-14 rivals in Edinburgh in 2016.
James Brown was born and raised in Solihull but played his first Premiership rugby for London Irish between 1998 and 2002.
He joined Warriors in the summer of 2002 and was a key player in the club’s promotion winning campaign in 2003-04 which brought Premiership rugby to Sixways for the first time.
Accurate goalkicking and slick distribution were the hallmarks of Brown’s rugby and he scored 472 points in 111 appearances for Warriors before he left Sixways in 2008.
Brown later joined London Scottish as a player/coach and helped them win promotion to the RFU Championship before he retired in 2012.