Dynamic flanker Sam Betty joined Worcester Warriors after agreeing a move from Cornish Pirates in July 2011.
The all-action back row made an instant impact and helped Warriors secure their Aviva Premiership status during their first season back in rugby elite.
After a remarkable season, Betty picked up the Players' Player of the Year Award at the end-of-season ceremony.
The Bristol-born player had been regarded as one of the finest prospects at Pirates as he was named the club’s Most Improved Player at the end of the 2005/06 campaign.
The flanker, who has represented Cornwall at Under-20 level, continued his eye-catching development by starting 24 of the 30 matches he appeared in during the 2009/10 season and made his 100th appearance for Pirates in February 2010 against Nottingham at Camborne.
His performance against Worcester in the second leg of the RFU Championship final in 2011, which proved to be his last for Pirates, was so impressive that the Warriors hierarchy instantly brought him to Sixways.
Betty made 48 appearances during his first two seasons at Sixways and, after signing a new contract in January 2013, he will be hoping to be a regular in the back row again this season.
|DOB||19th Nov 1986|
|Height||1.88 m (6' 2")|
|Weight||95 kg (15 st 0 lb)|
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