Worcester celebrate their passage to the European Challenge Cup final
Worcester Warriors Head Coach Clive Griffiths has signed a new one-year extension with the European Challenge Cup finalists.
Griffiths joined Director of Rugby Mike Ruddock at Sixways Stadium at the start of the campaign on an initial two-year deal with an option of an extension that he has now agreed after a successful first year at Warriors that has seen the club reach the final of the European Challenge Cup and date with Bath at Kingsholm on Sunday.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Worcester Warriors and I'm pleased to agree an extension and continue the work we are doing here at Sixways Stadium," said Griffiths.
"It has been a year of ups and downs and the run without a win at the start of the season was the first time I have ever experienced something like that in my entire career. But in many ways it galvanised the players and coaching staff and made us even stronger and the team we are today."
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