Worcester Warriors' supporters will wave goodbye to another club centurion this weekend as it was confirmed fan favourite Sam Lewis will depart after seven years.

Lewis, who has often been dubbed as one of the most underrated flankers in the league, will play his final game at Sixways in the Gallagher Premiership finale with Bath on Saturday.

The Welshman will join fellow 100-cap men Ethan Waller and Niall Annett in bringing their time at Worcester to an end.

During his time he has been hampered with some nasty injuries but will be remembered for his ferocious approach to defending.

He was part of the team that won promotion back to the Premiership in the 2014/15, scoring a hat-trick in the semi-final against London Scottish.

A shoulder injury ruled him out of the entirety of the first season back in the top-flight but came roaring back and was named Players' and Coaches' Player of the Season in 2016/17.

Lewis made the second most tackles of any player in the Premiership in the 18/19 campaign