|Worcester Warriors have made Samoa international wing Ed Fidow their fifth new signing for next season.|
The 25-year-old will join Warriors from French Pro D2 club Provence during the summer on a two-year contract with his arrival
🇼🇸 A glimpse of our new winger! ⚡️pic.twitter.com/xmispx18lp— Worcester Warriors ⚔️ (@WorcsWarriors) February 27, 2019
Fidow has scored eight tries in seven international appearances including a hat-trick in a Rugby World Cup qualifier against Germany in Apia last June having first made his mark on the international Sevens circuit.
His recruitment will help to counter-balance the loss of Heem who has opted to pursue his career outside of the Gallagher Premiership.
Since he arrived in England from Waikato Chiefs three years ago, Heem has become Warriors’ leading Premiership try-scorer and a favourite with the Sixways crowd.
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