Fancy getting your hands on a match-worn Acorns jersey signed by your favourite Warriors player?
Time is running out for fans to bid for one of the 23 matchday jerseys worn by the players during last Saturday’s Gallagher Premiership fixture against Bath Rugby.
Fans can place their bids via our silent auction, with all proceeds going to Acorns, by clicking here.
Designed by eight year-old Junior Warrior Tommy Smallpage, the eye-catching creation came top in a supporters’ vote on Twitter, with the shirt incorporating the themes of Valentine’s Day and love.
Despite Storm Dennis hitting Sixways, supporters including our special guests from Acorns Children’s Hospice were treated to an edge-of-the-seat encounter.
Premiership debutant Nick David crossed for a scintillating second half try to earn himself the Man of the Match accolade, while Duncan Weir kicked three penalties and a conversion.
Warriors legend Chris Pennell was only just off target with a last second penalty, which would have snatched a famous victory for Alan Solomon’s men.
During the day, Warriors players and staff did a bucket collection in and around the ground to raise money for Acorns.
Further information about Acorns can be found here.
Replica versions of the Acorns Charity Shirt can be purchased here.