Warriors charity shirts up for auction

Warriors fans can claim a piece of Sunday’s last-gasp Gallagher Premiership victory over Leicester Tigers at Sixways.

The shirts worn by the players for Warriors’ annual Acorns Charity Matchday, including those worn by try-scorers Francois Hougaard and Tom Howe, have been autographed and are now open to bids from supporters in a silent auction.

Bids can be made online at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ZS2VYNX   and must be submitted no later than 5pm on Friday March 1. Shirts secured by successful bids will be delivered later in March.

All proceeds from the silent auction will go to Acorns who provide care for local life-limited and life-threatened children, young people and their families.

Supporters who are unsuccessful in the silent auction can still purchase a replica of the limited edition shirt in a magenta, Cyan and green graphical design, online or at the Sixways Store.

The replica shirts cost £55 for adults and £45 for juniors with £20 from the sale of each shirt being donated to Acorns.