Rugby Club Issue 73 - Page 82

Nuneaton Old Edwardians FOLLOW US ONLINE TWITTER.COM/RUGBYCLUBMAG Bob Massey is a club sponsor of Nuneaton Old Edwardians Rugby Club with his business Countrywide Tax & Trust Corporation Ltd. He recently told Rugby Club Magazine about his positive association with the club, saying, “I first played for the club from the age of 16 whilst at King Edwards College, quickly progressing to the first XV before moving to the town club Nuneaton, my main position was centre.” his rugby career in mini rugby. Cameron has a great engine and can play anywhere on the field, and has, from front row to the wing but seems to me to excel as a flanker. “It’s great to see the club encouraging more young people to take up the sport and as a club sponsor it is great to give a little back for what I have received through rugby, representing and captaining the Country side for many “It was 21 years before I returned to the Old years, a couple of Championship finals at HQ Eds after playing for Coventry for four seasons (not sure we can count the appearance in the or so and Moseley for seven, with 4 seasons “non-contact” drunken touch on the hallowed back at Nuneaton in between. A back injury ground with the Eds at their centenary). and subsequent surgery at 38 paved my way for a return to the Old Eds. I was 45 when “The game’s given me a lot and so it’s always I played in the Warwickshire Plate Final and good to give something back; and it’s always retired not long after that (long overdue some great to meet old (some very old) friends and players when down at the Eds. So look might say!). forward to seeing you all soon, best wishes for “My youngest son Cameron, who is 16, is a the 2017 /2018 campaign!” student at the Warwick School having started 82 Issue 73