Worcester Warriors Home Shirt Short Sleeve. Inspired by the great rugby history of Worcester Rugby.
Worcester Warriors Rugby Shirt Short Sleeve – The 1960s
The Club entered the 1960s having made great strides. With regards to the playing strength of the side and the facilities of the clubhouse at Bevere. The growth meant there were now five senior teams. And two colts teams competing. In 1965 it was reported by joint Hon Treasurer David Payner. That the Club was in a very unstable position financially.
Playing strength saw the Club have two peaks in 1966/67. With the first team having the best season in the Club’s history to date. This included 27 victories under the leadership of Peter Baxter.
Worcester Warriors Rugby Shirt Short Sleeve – The 1970s
The Club entered the 1970s in a strong position. They continued to play at Bevere for the early part of the 70s. Before a move was secured to Sixways.
On September 4, 1975, the official opening of the new site took place. With the ribbon cut by world-famous Ireland international Mike Gibson MBE. A few months later the floodlights were used on September 24. As a President’s XV took on a Public Schools XV.
In 1971 the Club celebrated its centenary. And reached the North Midlands Cup final in the 1976/1977 season. Before losing 13-10 to Dudley Kingswinford. 1977/78 the Club won the North Midlands Sevens. Worcester ended the 70s in good health with the first team even going on tour to France.
Worcester Warriors Rugby Shirt Short Sleeve – The 1980s
They entered the 1980s eager to build on its growing stature from the previous decade. They enjoyed great success on both sides of the Atlantic. And embarked on a tour to Canada and USA in May 1980. Also, before the tour, received a letter from Downing Street penned by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
In the 1980/81 season, the first team played 45 games, securing 19 wins. They tasted success as they won the Worcester Sevens in September. Which was hosted at Sixways. Worcester again bolstered international relations with the USA before the end of the decade. When they entertained Fort Worth Rugby Football Club in 1986. The following season the Club again made the trip to America. And this time included a trip to Worcester in Massachusetts. The two teams with the same name met on September 26, 1987.
Manufactured by Ellis Rugby from satin touch 100% cotton. In addition, the Worcester Warriors Home Shirt Short Sleeve features the Worcester Warriors Rugby Premiership Crest on the front chest. Also, features include a herringbone finish on the vents and velvet tape on the neck opening.
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