Date: Saturday 17 June 18:30 to Sunday 1:00
Location: Cumberland Hotel, Great Cumberland Place W1H 7DL
Dinner: 3 Courses
Entertainment: DJ and dancing
Dress: Black Tie
Cost: £80 per person
Mark your calendars and dust off your dinner jackets for the Annual Belsize Awards and Dinner Dance (and Chairman’s speech).
This year our end of year extravaganza will be held at The Cumberland hotel near Marble Arch. The posh hotel venue will include a DJ and dancing in the expectation that you will bring your wives and girlfriends to the event.
We have made some improvements in order to make the event more WAG friendly and a bit less of a sausage-fest. We will be staying at the venue throughout the evening and the bar will be open until 1 am (thus avoiding the experience of previous years when we have been turfed out after the dinner and been refused entry anywhere else}. The Board and Social Committee are trying to offer a civilized affair to which you can confidently bring your WAGS.
Join your team mates in celebrating another amazing season for Belsize and the many accomplishments and contributions that got us there.
To purchase tickets contact the following table captains who will collect your payment.
Belsize Invicta but in a civilized way, with dinner and girls and dancing (and a Chairman’s speech)
The Social Committee
2015 Middlesex Rugby VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION AWARDS
The 2015 annual Community Rugby Volunteer Appreciation took on Friday 26th June at London Welsh RFC.
The Volunteer Appreciation Awards are the County’s way of recognising the hard work our volunteers do throughout the season to keep clubs running and rewarding those key individuals for their hard work. The dinner also gives clubs and volunteer co-ordinators the opportunity to network and share ideas with others.
President’s VII Awards
The President’s VII awards recognise clubs who have contributed to the development of the game of rugby. Awards were presented in the following categories:
Expanding and Developing the Game: The Club has done most in working on recruitment to grow their playing strength during the season.
Winner: Belsize Park
This club has recruited 211 new players over the course of the season. Although not all have stayed the club has been able to field six teams this season. They have done a large amount of work to strengthen links with local universities. Their hard work in recruiting was rewarded on the pitch with the 1st XV finishing second in the league, the 2nd and 4th XVs winning their leagues, the 3rd XV doing the double and the 5th XV and Vets fulfilling a full calendar of fixtures.
2015 – Belsize Park Club Awards
It was an amazing season that saw the 1st XV finishing second in the league, the 2nd and 4th XVs winning their leagues, the 3rd XV doing the double and the 5th XV and Vets fulfilling a full calendar of fixtures.
The 2015-2016 season will be tougher as we aim to do better as a club and keep building on the momentum from last season.Huge congratulations goes out to all players who donned the heliotrope this season and especially the following players who have had a great season and earned the respect of their teammates.
|1st XV PoY
|2nd XV PoY
|3rd XV PoY
|4th XV PoY
|Most Improved Player
|Clubman of the year
||Steven ‘Bilbo’ Joseph