Electric wing Marcel Garvey has provided a real cutting edge and underlined his natural try scoring talent ever since his arrival at Worcester Warriors.
Garvey started his career at Gloucester, where he made a staggering start to his senior rugby career with hat-trick of tries against Bristol. The wing has also won England A and England Under-21 honours, being an integral part of the side that won the Under-21 World Cup team in 2004.
He later moved up the M5 to Sixways in search of a fresh start and quickly impressed the coaching staff at Warriors with his new found hunger for the game.
The speedster – who has been a member of the England Sevens set-up where his raw pace and finishing skills make him a dangerous opponent – has been racking up the tries for Warriors over the last few seasons.
The deadly hitman was again on fire during the 2010/11 season as he scorched over for 22 tries in 31 games as he became an almost ever-present in the team.
Garvey also joined the 100 Club against Bedford Blues in the RFU Championship semi-final as he celebrated a century of games for Warriors.
The high esteem with which he is held by his team-mates was shown at the end-of-season awards in 2011 when he was crowned the Players’ Player-of-the-Year.
Garvey left Warriors in the summer of 2012 to join French side Castres.
|DOB||21st Apr 1983|
|Height||1.75 m (5' 9")|
|Weight||88 kg (13 st 12 lb)|