The Mitsubishi Motors Volunteer Recognition Programme gives grassroots rugby clubs a unique opportunity to recognise the volunteers across the country who make up an integral part of the game.
This is the fourth year of the Mitsubishi Motors Volunteer awards. There are 45 nominees in this final,
Congratulations to Jack Hughes (St. Leonards RUFC) for making it to the finals nominations for the virtual award ceremony
As a young member of the club, Jack has really stepped up to the mark by becoming club captain at 24 years old. He has always made himself available for various club activities and is a dedicated volunteer, who goes above and beyond his duties. Jack plays an integral part in making the club the warm and welcoming place it is
This is the fourth Mitsubishi Motors Volunteer of the Year Awards to celebrate the heart of grassroots rugby – the volunteers – without whom the game simply couldn’t function.
Their dedication and passion for the sport is not only vital to the running of the game at a local level, it is
fundamental in the development of the sport as a whole – generating passion and pride in the local community, nurturing future players and embodying the spirit of the game through their actions.
Managing Director, Mitsubishi Motors in the UK