Phil Maynard has continued his summer pruning by releasing two more of last season's Pertemps Bees squad with flanker Pete Knight and centre Scott Williams leaving the club.
Former Wales Under-21 international Williams, a first-team regular with Bees, has been released at his own request having started a new job in Wales only 12 months after he arrived at Sharmans Cross Road from Newport.
But his new commitments are likely to cut into the time he can dedicate to commuting to Birmingham and so the decision has been taken to release him. He is expected to sign for a Welsh Premiership club for the coming season.
Knight, a product of Worcester's Academy, joined Bees two years ago but was unable to establish himself as a first choice. He is expected to join Midlands One club Dudley Kingswinford where he had two spells on loan last season.
Meanwhile, Moseley head coach, Ian Smith, has expressed his eagerness to see new signing Neil Mason in a red and black shirt.
The flanker has joined the club after being released by Worcester earlier in the summer, has made a big impact in training and has been tipped by the former Scotland openside to star in National Two next season.
"He is looking pretty powerful," Smith said. "He could be a destructive force for us in the league but also a creative one too.
"Neil is approachable and keen and quick to learn but it is important for him that he maintains the standards that he has set himself over the last couple of years - in terms of conditioning, application and skill. If he can do that he could be a leading light for us."
Smith also revealed that flanker David Hunt has returned to training after an injury-hit end to last season.
Worcester are expected to confirm the appointment of head coach Anthony Eddy this week after the Australian was granted a visa.
The club were waiting for the former Queensland Red coach to finalise the red tape concerning his move and, that done, he will fly in from Sydney in a few days time.
Nuneaton, relegated from level three last season, have signed former Doncaster and Rugby Lions scrum-half Phil Reid. He can also play on the wing. Reid replaces Morne Jonker, who has joined Rotherham.
Their three pre-season fixtures, all away from home, are against Dudley Kingswinford on August 13, Derby the week after and Market Bosworth seven days after that.
National One champions Bristol have agreed a three-year sponsorship deal with Bass Ale worth £2 million. The arrangement will see Bass Ale branding on team shirts and official Bristol merchandise, as well as banners and ground signage.