London Scottish can confirm that Isaac Miller will leave the club at the end of the season and join Aviva Premiership side Worcester Warriors.
Director of Rugby Dave Morris said “We are very proud of Isaac progressing to a first team contract at Worcester Warriors. He has had an outstanding debut season with us and has had a huge impact both on and off the field with his all-round game, leadership and contributions to the club.
Isaac’s progression to an Aviva Premiership team reflects very well on the London Scottish environment. In particular the work and integrity of Dan George who is a player-coach in Isaac’s position.”
Morris continued to convey how he has seen Isaac develop as a player after coaching him at Loughborough University.
“This is my fifth year working with Isaac. He has progressed from Loughborough 3rd XV through to captaining London Scottish. He deserves huge credit for the consistency of his application to be the best he can be.
I believe role models are very important in society and Isaac is a great role model at Scottish. The best part is that he does not even realise it!”
Isaac spoke about his pride and enjoyment of his year at Scottish.
“I am really excited to be joining Worcester Warriors at the start of next season. I have had an unbelievable experience at London Scottish and I am lucky to be a part of a club that has a fantastic group of players, coaches, staff and supporters. I only have positive words to say about this club.
For now though, my focus is very much on the remaining games we have left in the season and performing as part of the team.”
Isaac has been a near ever present this season appearing seventeen times in all competitions scoring four times along the way. The former Scotland Under 20 has also been given the captaincy whilst Danny Kenny is out injured.
Worcester Warriors Director of Rugby Alan Solomons said of Miller, “Isaac is a promising young hooker who has excelled in the Championship this season and we’re looking forward to bringing him to Sixways where he will no doubt continue to develop.”