Team captains from RGS Worcester and Kings School Worcester
Modus Creative, Creative Partner to Worcester Warriors, is to sponsor the Challenge Cup between King's School Worcester and the RGS Worcester for the third year running. Warriors are delighted to announce that this prestigious annual match is set to explode into life at Sixways Stadium on Wednesday, December 2 (kick off 7.30pm).
This historic inaugural event has always been a huge night in both school's diaries. Last year's match was a great success with King's School Worcester emerging victorious - no doubt they will be keen to secure the trophy again this year whilst RGS Worcester will relish the chance to win it back.
The match itself is open to the public and is a great opportunity to see a competitive game of rugby played by two of the finest rugby playing schools in Worcester.
Guy Marson, Modus Creative Marketing Director, said: "This is the third year of the Modus Challenge Cup and we are once again delighted to be the proud sponsors of this historic game.
"It has proved to be a great game to watch and the atmosphere on the night is fantastic. Current Warriors senior team players Jonny Arr and Charlie Fellows have come up through the ranks from these great rugby schools and we may just be watching some stars of the future.
"Good luck to both teams - let's look forward to some enterprising and entertaining rugby."
Tickets and car park passes are available NOW from RGS Worcester 01905 613391 and Kings School Worcester on 01905 721700. Tickets are £2 each for adults and juniors. Car parking passes are £2 per car.
King's School Worcester and RGS Worcester will also be selling tickets to students and their families at the same price.
South Stand Hospitality Suites are available, offering a private room for ten people, a private viewing balcony and two-course meal. This is available from Sixways Events by calling 01905 454183, priced at £250 + VAT based on ten people sharing. Price is £25 for an extra person - up to 15 people maximum per suite.
All proceeds from match programmes sold on the evening will also be divided between two charities - The Matt Hampson Trust, being supported by Kings School Worcester, and Wooden Spoon, supported by RGS Worcester.
Warriors will take a one-point advantage back to Sixways after a Niall Annett try on the stroke of full-time handed Dean Ryan's men victory in the first leg of the Greene King IPA Championship play-off final.