Clubs iron out their differences - The Worcester Observer

Clubs iron out their differences

Worcester Editorial 2nd Oct, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016   0

THE CITY held its own version of the Ryder Cup when two of Worcester’s biggest sports clubs went head to head on the golf course.

Members of Worcester Warriors Rugby Club and Worcester Wolves Basketball Club joined local businesses for the Spirit Executive Golf Day.

The event, which was staged at the Bank House Hotel and Golf Course in Bransford, saw Wolves head coach Paul James, Warriors star Josh Drauniniu and former rugby player Craig Gillies take part.

But it was Kristian Richardson, of QM Systems, come out on top, with Gleeson Recruitment securing the team prize with a total of 104 points.

All the money raised on the day went to Worcester Wolves Academy, which aims to support the city’s sport community.

Steve Edwards of Spirit Executive, said: “It was great to see so many people from different sporting and business backgrounds come together to have a bit of fun and support the local community and in particular the children of our local community in such a way.”

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