RUGBY COLOURS AWARDS:
Colours gets awarded to 1st XV players who have started 10 or more matches for the 1st XV and these awards are based on performance as well as attitude both on and off the field. These are not the final Rugby Awards and more awards, as well as the team awards will be made at the end of the season.
In light of their performances so far this season the following colours awards have been made:
Sazi Sandi (Colours Re-Award)
Sazi has 28 caps for the 1st XV. He has been selected to the EPCD Craven Week team for a second year in a row and is vice captain to this team. He has been an outstanding leader and a standout player throughout the year.
Ross Ferguson –(Colours Award)
Ross has 31 Caps for the 1st XV. Made his debut in 2014 and has been a consistent part of the 1st XV ever since. His performances this year have been of a high standard showing his quality throughout.
Daniel Tiffin (Colours Award)
Daniel has 30 Caps for the 1st XV. He has played in every match since his selection to the 1st XV in 2015. He has been selected to the EPCD Academy Team and has been a standout performer throughout the year.
Tim Bloem (Colours Award)
Tim has 25 Caps for the 1st XV. Tim has been a consistent member of the 1st XV since his selection in 2015. His pace, work ethic and leadership has made him an integral part of the team. Tim has also been selected to the EPCD Craven Week Team.
Matt More – (Colours Award)
Matt has 20 Caps for the 1st XV. He has been selected for the EPCD Craven Week team. He has produced some outstanding play this year and is a greatly improved rugby player from the one who made his debut last year.
Tom Stevens (Colours Award)
Tom has 12 Caps for the 1st XV. Tom has been one of the outstanding players in the team this year and were it not for his injury he would have been representing EP at Craven Week this year. He has shown that he has the ability to perform against the best and has been a standout player and leader in the team throughout the season.
All of these players have contributed heavily to the 1st XV this year and each one has contributed in their own way to the success of the 1st XV this year.