England rugby captain is VIP guest at Burnham club's dinner
England Rugby captain Lewis Moody was the special guest at Burnham-On-Sea
Rugby Club's annual dinner and awards presentation night on Friday
Lewis 'Mad Dog' Moody MBE - who played most recently for Bath
Rugby and was part of England's 2003 World Cup winning side -
gave an after dinner speech and handed out the club's awards at
Brean Leisure Park.
Rugby Club Chairman Caine Harding told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We
had a great turnout of over 200 people for this year's dinner."
was a fantastic speaker and guest who I'm sure attracted many
was a great event overall and special thanks go to organiser Lisa
McKen for all her work, plus the House family for hosting the
event at Brean and our sponsors and supporters for all their backing
of the club."
were handed out during the evening to the club's leading players
from the past year, including Brian Edwards (clubman of the year),
Sam Coles (1st team player's player of the year) and Matt Slater
(2nd team player's player of the year).
winners were Mike Nash and Mason Shaw (colt of the year), Ross
McKecan (most improved), Ben Stacey (young player of the year),
Tim Piper (1st team captain's player of the year), Lee Berry (2nd
team captain's player of the year), 1st team pack (Herd Award)
and Brian Webb (man of the match award).
photos, courtesy of Mo Hunt, show some of those who received awards
during the successful evening and who met Lewis Moody.