Pertemps Bees have parted company with experienced No 8 Jim Jenner.
The former Worcester and Newcastle player has decided to leave Sharmans Cross Road after three years and is now expected to join National Two club Stourbridge.
Phil Maynard, Pertemps Bees' director of rugby, said: "We've added extra training sessions and Jim has decided that he cannot combine those demands with his successful business career.
"We've been back in training for a couple of weeks now and Jim has found it difficult to divide his time. He's been a great servant for the club, he was outstanding for us in a difficult campaign last season and I'm sure he will do well for Stourbridge."
Jenner, aged 34, joined the Bees three years ago after his second spell with Worcester and helped them reach the semi-finals of the Powergen Cup in his first season at the club, beating Premiership champions Wasps in the quarter-finals.
He captained the club in the second half of last season after Ed Orgee stepped down because of injury problems.