Local mums worked hard on Mother's Day, as they joined family and friends at the big local derby between Worcester Warriors and Gloucester where spectators pegged out shirts, shorts and boots all in the name of charity.
With tensions on the pitch rising, Warriors fans were asked to stand side-by-side with rivals Gloucester in donating unwanted kit to international rugby charity, SOS/iRB Kit Aid.
Nearly 1,000 pieces of kit were hung out on special washing lines surrounding Sixways Stadium, with volunteers from the charity on hand to help fans with their contributions.
The Sixways Kit Amnesty was hosted by Worcester Warriors, in partnership with official club sponsor and community partner, npower, to inspire supporters to back a good cause as well as their team.
Tom Ryder, marketing and community manager at Worcester Warriors, said: "We have thoroughly enjoyed hosting Gloucester and thank them for their efforts in supporting our first ever Sixways Kit Amnesty. We look forward to working with them on similar projects in the future."
SOS/iRB Kit Aid encourages rugby fans from across the UK to share their love of the game by helping make a difference to young enthusiasts in poorer nations around the world.
Carol Hart, community involvement manager at npower, added: "This event has met with such a terrific response, and the generosity of these fans will provide a real boost to developing junior rugby in less fortunate countries around the world."
Warrior Stuart Brooks will represent the club at Twickenham next weekend as he battles for the honour of carrying the coveted Aviva Premiership Rugby trophy onto the pitch ahead of the final between Leicester Tigers and Northampton Saints.
There has been a flurry of activity taking place at Sixways off-the-field over the last two weeks as the stadium pitch has undergone major renovation in preparation for the 2013/2014 Aviva Premiership campaign.