Graham and Andrew Kitchener: The Worcester Warriors brothers sign one year extensions

Worcester's Andrew and Graham Kitchener celebrate the Premiership Rugby Cup final win
Graham Kitchener and brother Andrew (left) were both part of Worcester's Premiership Rugby Cup Final victory.

Graham and Andrew Kitchener signed extensions to their contracts for one year with Worcester Warriors.

They made it through the Worcester academy, with Graham, 32, making their first-team debut in 2007.

He joined Leicester in 2011, but he returned to the club in 2019, and has now made 100 appearances.

Lock Andrew, 25, signed a professional contract in 2018 for his first job. He has appeared 79 times with the Premiership club since.

Both Andrew and Graham were Worcester's players in the 2004 season. Premiership Rugby Cup final victory over London Irish last month.

Graham was thrilled to have me extend his contract. He is a veteran of the Premiership and his knowledge is unsurpassed,” stated Steve Diamond, Worcester director for rugby.

“He will be a first-class player but I am confident Nick will succeed.” [Easter, forwards coach] His vast knowledge will be my guide.

“Andrew is a Worcester product and has the chance to become a legend like his brother.

“We will give him some weight over the summer. He will be working closely together with me and the coaching team to realize his full potential.”

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