"It was a great evening," says Ben Gotting, who was among the four who visited Chaddesley Corbett RFC. "The children and the coaches wanted to take everything on board and everyone enjoyed themselves. It was very successful."
The annual visits have always proved a hit, as they also give clubs the opportunity to attract new members to the game.
Craig Everett, Mark Tucker and Harry Owens visited Alcester and had a great evening.
"They worked with four different groups throughout the evening, and Harry certainly engaged the attention of our U12s and rapidly fired some new skills at them, which went very well," said Peter Cook. "The question-and-answer session in the club afterwards ran for a good 20 minutes, and the club was packed with juniors and parents. So it all went very well."
The visit Kai Horstmann, Tom Harding and Martin Freeman made to Ledbury was a big hit too.
"They were excellent with the lads, and they gave a great learning experience," said Ledbury's Pete Church. "Any other visits would be most welcome."
The occasion was used to launch Warriors' Guinness Premiership cash-back scheme.
"In the past, we've helped many of our partner clubs raise money for kit and tours and equipment, for example," says Dan Zaltzman, Warriors' Community Development Manager. "It's a simple way for clubs to raise much-needed funds while being able to experience all the thrills of Warriors' Premiership games at Sixways."
The cash-back scheme's easy to use. For each ticket bought for a home match, Warriors gives £5 back to the club. Adult tickets cost £22 and child tickets £11 so that means that, if you bought 10 adult and 10 child tickets - spending £330 in total - the club would receive £100 back to plough into its own development.
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The clubs visited included Alcester (Craig Everett, Mark Tucker, Harry Owens), Bredon (Lee Best, Chris Horsman), Bromsgrove (Matt Mullan, Simon Whatling, Miles Benjamin), Chaddesley Corbett (Ben Gotting, Callum Black, Charlie Fellows, Henry Southall) Droitwich (Will Bowley, Aleki Lutui, Gareth Morgan), Kidderminster (Aisea Havili, Phil Murphy, Greg Evans), Kings Norton (Richard Blaze, James Brown, Sam McDonald, Alex Grove, Tevita Taumoepeau), Ledbury (Tom Harding, Kai Horstmann, Martin Freeman) Luctonians (Matt Powell, Nick Runciman, Vince Lanciano), Malvern (Tim Collier, Ryan Powell), Redditch (Craig Gillies, Gavin Quinnell, Tim Streather) and Woodrush (James Collins, Matt Cox)