The WWRU are pleased to announce that their National Squad Sponsors,the PHS Group, have been awarded the coveted 'National Sponsor of the Year Award' at the recent Sportsmatch awards dinner held by the Sports Council for Wales at the Celtic Manor.
The photo shows PHS' Marketing Director Stuuart Price receiving the award from Jenny Randerson in conjunction with WWRU Chairman Colin Wilmott and National Squad players Rhian Wilmott and Lucy Pike.
Director of Rugby Richard Hodges commented: " This is just reward for the committment PHS have shown to Women and Girls rugby. The Sportsmatch money has enabled us to emp;oy two part time development officers and we look forward to a long relationship with the PHS group."
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