The Girls Rugby Convenor Tim Lawn has won Individual Volunteer of the Year at an RFU awards ceremony for his work this season around the London Scottish Girls section.
Tim has been an integral part of the Girls Rugby growth and success at London Scottish over the last few seasons.
The RFU awards ceremony was held at Twickenham Stadium last week and Tim was chosen as the winner of his award for the West Group category.
All Tim’s hard work culminated in a hugely successful season for the Girls Under 18 side this season. They reached the Final of the RFU Cup where they were narrowly beaten by a strong Reading side, nonetheless, reaching the final was further than any girls side had reached in the competition in the last four seasons.
The Girls have also seen some individual success with player Freya Aucken being called up to play for the Richmond Ladies side in the Tyrell Premier 15s competition with many other players in the team excelling on the field with standout performances.
Tim has been a massive figure at London Scottish and played an instrumental role in the development and progression of the Girls section. The Club would like to congratulate him on being recognised for his endless hard work and dedication, his nomination and resulting award are thoroughly deserved.
Click here to read Tim’s overview on the 2019 Girls Rugby season