Versatile back Willie Walker officially joined Worcester Warriors in May 2009, after initially shining during a three-month loan spell at Sixways.
The former Gloucester fly half played nine games on loan during the 2008/09 season and produced many match winning displays as he scored 74 points, including a try against Premiership finalists London Irish.
A proven match winner, Walker also slotted a memorable last minute drop goal to defeat London Wasps at Sixways and was inspirational in the derby day double over local rivals and his then parent club Gloucester.
The versatile back, comfortable at fly half and full back, came to prominance in the game during spells with North Harbour in the NPC and the Highlanders in the Super 14.
Walker moved to England and joined Gloucester in 2006, going on to make 64 appearances for the Cherry and Whites and score 364 points.
The 2009/10 season saw Walker firmly establish himself as the No.1 fly half at Warriors and he racked up 234 points in all competitions – narrowly beaten to the Golden Boot award in the league - as he made 27 appearances in total.
Walker went on to play a total of 46 games for Warriors in all competitions and score 334 points before he left at the end of the promotion winning season of 2010/11.