Thanks to all of you who took the trouble to vote for the Try of the Season, here is the result!
Fantastic finale to the season for the Warriors with a bonus point win!
Your Player of the match was Chris Pennell – Trophy presented by Louie Clarke
The WRSC Player awards were presented after the game
The first Award was to Cornell du Preez in recognition of his incredible fortitude in the face of a terrifying injury – Resilient Warriors – Trophy presented by Lindsay Clayton – WRSC Secretary
The WRSC Peter Watkins Young Player of the Year was Ted Hill – award presented by Kim Lennard – WRSC committee member
The WRSC Supporters Player of the Season was Bryce Heem – Award presented by David Thomas WRSC vice-chair
The final award of the season for WRSC Committee’s True Warrior went to Jonny Arr – Award presented by Tracy Birch WRSC Treasurer
Photographs by courtesy of Mike Henley.
As many of you know this is the last season that the Jonny Arr will be a Worcester rugby player, which he has been for 23 years when he first stepped out as a WRFC junior.
He leaves as a double centurion and with the hearts of so many fans. It is always sad to see a player leave the Warriors, but for most this is a particularly sad departure.
Jonny is WRSC Honorary President and as such we would like to give him a huge send off, to that end we have had a tee-shirt printed which will be available for sale only from this site only . £15 for Adult sizes and £12.50 for Children’s.
To order please download the order form and follow the instructions.
There will also be Jonny Mask for sale on the day for £0.50p from the Supporters Desk in the ‘Inn At The Side’.
Is … Francois Hougaard!
Presented by James Shaw celebrating his 18th birthday.
The Vote is now closed
Lots of Warriors re-signing, some new faces coming, lots leaving so all change again for next season.
Here is what we know so far
Thank you to all of you who took time to vote for the Supporters Player on the Match.
Today’s winner is Jack Singleton his trophy was presented by Beth Morris
Our club is looking for volunteer supporters to provide a welcoming focal point for all fans visiting Sixways on Matchdays. The intent is to create a pool of supporters who can provide match day assistance by answering all the questions and queries that visiting/new fans ask – “Where is the East Stand?” ” Where can I collect my tickets?” Where is the nearest bar?” Where are the toilets?” “Am I allowed on the pitch after the game?”
The role is voluntary but volunteers will be given a ‘loyalty card’ that will accrue rewards dependent on the number of times you volunteer.
You will need to be able to attend a match day briefing at 12:30pm, ready to be in place as the gates open at 1pm and finish 10mins before KO to allow you time to take you seats.
If you are interested please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or reply to the FACEBOOK and TWITTER posts.
Another heart stopping finish at Sixways topped off a fabulous day spent doing what rugby does best.. Camaraderie!
Some photos of Warriors and Stade fans bonding before and after the game
Saturday 12th Jan saw a full coach of Warriors supporters take the trip down to Swansea’s Liberty Stadium for the 5th round of the European Challenge Cup.
After the journey some of the travelling support took Ospreys Supporters Club up on their invitation to their supporters club bar, The Riverside.
One of the joys of being a rugby fan is meeting up with opposition support over a beer or two.
WRSC Chairman, Bob Low presented OSC with a commemorative tankard, a pennant and a pot of Worcester Warriors chutney.
The following photos are of the OSC bar, The Riverside, showing some ideas WRSC are looking to emulate in the Inn At The Side.