Worcester Warriors have announced the appointment of their new head coach ahead of next season.
Worcester have confirmed the appointment of Rory Duncan as the midlands side head coach ahead of next season. The South African is currently head coach of Pro14 side, the Cheetahs, and will take up his new role in England at the end of the current season.
The 40-year-old is thought to have had a strong influence on the introduction of both South African sides the Cheetahs and Southern Kings into the Pro14.
Current Worcester boss Alan Solomons said "Rory was my captain at the Eastern Province Kings, where he showed outstanding leadership qualities and a clear ability to develop as a coach.
"When he retired at the end of the season I was able to assist him in his transition into coaching and we have remained in touch."
Duncan said: “I am immensely excited about the challenge of moving to Warriors and linking up with Alan Solomons once again.
“Warriors are a Club with huge potential, which is clear for everyone to see, and I will be working hard with Alan and the rest of the coaching staff to help the Club move forward.”
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