didi rugby Coventry’s head coach Sophie Gulliver said the club was already very close to the family’s heart.
“Coventry Rugby Club holds a special place in our heart as a family and all of us, for some reason or another, have spent most our weekends there,” she said.
Playing in mud!
“Some were playing rugby or working, my mum Carol supporting both son and husband and me supporting as the daughter and sister. When I wasn’t playing rugby, I could be found mostly playing in mud and waiting for the best moment of the whole match for a kid which was running onto the pitch at the end of the game.
“Every other Saturday, I now watch my boys do it at what feels like a second home to us and that’s why rugby is different. It’s not just a game, it’s a game that builds families, friends and most of all memories.
“I couldn’t be prouder to be part of a business that helps children and families build those types of memories.
“This is more than a partnership with Coventry Rugby, it’s a meaningful relationship with big people, aka adults who have a passion to let children have what we have enjoyed through rugby.”