UK: Zimbabwe international prop Farai Mudariki has left Warriors at the end of his contract.
The 25-year-old tighthead arrived at Sixways in the summer of 2018 from French club Tarbes on the recommendation of former Warriors lock James Percival. Mudariki had previously spent two years on the academy of Top 14 club Castres.
He made his debut in the Premiership Rugby Cup victory over Sale Sharks in October 2018 and scored his first try for Warriors in the victory over Leicester Tigers in the same competition 11 months later.
But that proved to be Mudariki’s third and final appearance for Warriors as an ankle injury sustained in training brought an early end to his season.
“Farai now takes leave of us here at Sixways,” said Warriors Director of Rugby Alan Solomons told the club website.
“Sadly, injuries prevented him from making his mark at the club. He is though talented and we wish him all the very best in his future endeavours.”
Mudariki has been capped ten times by Zimbabwe – most recently against Tunisia in August 2018 – and he scored a try on his international debut in a qualifying match for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.