Ollie Lawrence was the inaugural Matchday Warrior, his award was presented by Joey Philps
Not that long until the end of the season. So it is time to chose who gets your vote for Player of the Season and Young Player of the Season.
There are several ways to to do that.
1) Download the voting form and either mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it in the voting box on the Supporter’s desk in the Inn at the Side.
2) Go to the Supporter’s desk in the Inn at the Side compete a voting form a post it the box.
3) Click on the online voting form link and submit after you have voted.
Last Year’s Winners were Bryce Heem and Ted Hill who will be your choice this Year.
Worcester Dragon Boat Racing Club has for many years held a charity regatta on the Severn in Worcester. They always choose a local charity to support each year and this year they have chosen our very own Warriors Community Foundation Award winning Dementia Cafe.
This year’s Regatta will take place on Sunday 5th July.
We are looking to put together a crew for the event and need 16 – 20 of you lovely people to compete.
Here is a FAQ sheet from the Dragons for any question you may have.
If you would like to take part please email Wrscsecretary.email@example.com
There will be get well cards for Michael Fatialofa for fans to sign at the Supporters Club desk in The Inn At The Side this Saturday.
Click >>>HERE<<< to vote
Poll will be open until 17:00 on 30th Dec.
Alex Grove, former Warrior, has set himself a huge challenge to raise money for Acorns as he will attempt to swim the English Channel in August next year.
It would fabulous for as many Warriors fans as possible to sponsor Alex for a great cause and a HUGE challenge.
First of all thanks to all of you who take time to vote for Player Of The Match each Premiership home game.
The POTM V Tigers was Ted Hill, presented by Bethany Moakes
PTOM v Exeter was Perry Humphreys presented by Olivia Woollard
This season’s WRSC merchandise is now in stock and will be available from the WRSC desk in the Inn At The Side before every home game.
With courtesy of @rugbyworcs the WRSC were invited to the media launch of the Gallagher Premiership at Twickenham.
The launch was attended by the 12 Directors of the Gallagher Premiership along with a player from each of the clubs. The initial part of the day involved the Directors and Players having individual photos followed by group photos. The group photos were taken via the players tunnel out in the open and empty Twickenham stadium on a beautiful sunny September day.
Shortly afterwards Craig Doyle, BT Sports Presenter addressed the launch and interviewed the newly appointed Darren Childs, Chief Executive of Premiership Rugby, Mark McCall, Director or Rugby at Saracens and Declan Kidney, Director or Rugby at London Irish. Darren, Mark and Declan gave their opinions on the upcoming world cup along and the start of the Premiership. Darren Childs stated over 12 million people watch Premiership rugby and over 100 million people watch in China alone and the sport was getting some traction in the US. Darren’s ambition was to increase these numbers and put premiership rugby on the world stage. Mark McCall stated how competitive the league now was and questioned what effect the missing players who were attending the world cup would have. Declan Kidney was keen to express how important it was to focus on the here and now and how he wished for his team to start strong. He stated there was a lot of excitement around the club, especially with the completion of their new ground, however they needed to live in the present.
Following the interviews, the press and those attending the event were encouraged to speak to each of the twelve teams. Each club had a table each where the Director of Rugby and the club’s player took questions from the media. When discussing the season ahead with Alan Solomon’s Alan stated preseason was good, they had worked on two four-week blocks which included conditioning games and skills in the first block and the second block concluded the conditioning and focused on rugby finishing with a week’s camp in Spain. Francois Hougaard stated preseason had been really good. He felt it was better on the body having a four-week block followed by a week off as mentally it helped knowing you had a break. He also stated bringing the ball in earlier in preseason had been great. Work had been done on skills as well as physicality. He stated they had been working hard and smarter and was very excited for the games ahead. When questioned about consistency Alan spoke about setting standards high and maintaining these. Alan stated he had had a positive response from the team and those high standards needed to be maintained throughout the season. Alan stated he was positive and realistic about the season ahead.
The launch was a great opportunity to meet with Directors and Players, it was very relaxed, and everyone was very accessible. It was great to have an opportunity to be part of such a prestigious event. Our thanks again to @rugbyworcs for the invitation.
Don’t forget if you would like to be a part of the WRSC committee we are always looking for new committee members.
Article by Kim Lennard
Photos by courtesy of Rebecca Carter