Worcester Warriors Centre of Excellence product Erin Cameron and Cardiff Met University captain Lowri Williams are the latest arrivals to Sixways as all roads lead to the start of the Premier 15s campaign.

Cameron, 18, who has represented Leicestershire and Midlands, bolsters Warriors’ fly-half options.

“I’m delighted to have been given the opportunity to make the step up to the Warriors Women squad and I can’t wait for the season to start,” said Cameron, a former pupil of the Queen Elizabeth Academy in Atherstone.

“I’m really looking forward to being part of such a talented squad and hopefully we can build towards achieving success together.”

Cameron has been playing rugby for 12 years, with her career starting at Atherstone RFC where she developed her game before being selected for Midlands in 2016.

Head of Women’s Development at Warriors Women, Benny Williams added: “The combination of Erin’s hard work and mindset of always wanting to improve has paid off and she thoroughly deserves being awarded a contract.

“Erin is an absolute pleasure to work with and she has made a huge amount of progress since joining our Centre of Excellence. She featured a lot for our development team last season, and she has learned a lot about herself and the game. I’m looking forward to seeing what the future brings for her.”

Warriors Women Director of Rugby Jo Yapp said: “Erin is a very talented young player and she is always eager to learn. We are really looking forward to seeing her develop at Warriors.”

Meanwhile, 20-year-old Williams’ stock continues to rise, with the Welsh-born full-back captaining Scarlets Ladies Under-18s to the league title during the 2017/18 season. Currently studying Sport, Physical Education and Health and Wellbeing at Cardiff Met University, she was also part of the Wales Under-18 touch team that finished runners-up in the European Championship.

“I really appreciate the faith that the coaches have shown in me and I can’t wait to get back on the field with a great bunch of girls,” said Williams, who can also play ay fly-half.

“I learnt so much from everyone last season and I want to continue learning and developing as a player both on and off the pitch.”

Warriors Women Lead Coach Sian Moore, a Welsh international herself having being capped 19 times, said: “Lowri was a standout development player last season – she has great energy, which brings the best out of her as well as those around her.

“She’s a skilful player who has played in a variety of positions across the backline and she’s a great addition to the squad.”