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Monday, June 23, 2008

Have Worcester gone teetotal?

Over the weekend Worcester seem to have had some sort of get-together and took the opportunity to display their embarrassingly impressive range of silverware. And good luck to them - they deserve it, managing to be a successful team while remaining fair and friendly opponents (a combination that many clubs find hard to achieve).

However, in the midst of shiny metal there is one item that begs a few questions... an unopened bottle of champagne (see right).

How long would that situation persist here - even supposing we were awarded one? Even if placed in the charge of the coaching staff and parents I really can't see it lasting nearly two months or more. Placed as near as it is in this picture to one or two of our elder players I can't even see it lasting two minutes...

Which makes me wonder. Have the parents, coaching and playing staff of the Manchester United of girls rugby (or is that comparison is a bit unfair... on Worcester!) given up the demon drink? Are they all on the wagon? Have they decided to forgo the evil liqueur?

If so a) is this the secret of their success? And b) if as a result they have no use for the devil's brew I am sure we could organise its disposal for them.

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