Wales Under 20 winger Harri Doel becomes the latest signing of Worcester Warriors for the 2021/22 season.
A product of Scarlets Academy, Doel played for Scarlets A team in last season’s Celtic Cup and also represented Wales from at all age groups from Under-16s to Under-20s. He also represented Wales Under 20 in the Six Nations last year.
The 28-year-old, who is English qualified player through his father, was initially signed by the Warriors on a loan trial and made his club debut two weeks ago during the game against Harlequins.
“I am enjoying playing in the Premiership and being in the club environment at Warriors,” Doel said to the club's official website.
“The coaching staff and facilities at Sixways are brilliant and I am really looking forward to crack in next season and be part of the senior team.”
Doel now become the 10th signing for the club next season after Owen Williams, Scott Baldwin, Willi Heinz, Duhan van der Merwe, Sione Vailanu, Will Chudley, Christian Judge, Jack Owlett and Kyle Hatherell.
“We are really pleased that Harri will be staying with us here at Sixways,” said Warriors Director of Rugby Alan Solomons.
“Harri is a talented young player, who has a good feel for the game, top end pace and good feet.
“He is a likeable and intelligent young man who has settled in well here. I have no doubt that Harri will make his mark here at the Warriors and we all look forward to continuing working with him.”
Worcester Warriors are currently languishing at the bottom of the table after managing to win just three games from 17 matches.