It was great to see few familiar faces including OSC memebers, Ospreys & OitC staff as well as players turn up at Coffee #1 in Swansea to support the Ospreys quiz night raising money for their official 2018/19 charity partners OitC and Tenovus.
Tenovus who’s motto is ‘Give hope. Help cope’, bring invaluable support, advice and treatment to cancer patients within local communities with Ospreys in the Community supporting people of all ages across the region in areas such as sport, education, health and inclusion.
Players were moved around the teams from round to round (“how are we supposed to win if we move teams?”) and it was great to see their varying contributions. It’s fair to say that James Hook made a positive contribution to our team and its entirely fair to say it was a lot more than any of the other players managed! If you want George North on your team for any round, its definitely not the Ospreys trivia round (“I’ve only played two games!”) – and to finish off, Will Jones might have seen a fair bit of the world on his Judo travels, but he can’t find any of them on a map.
After the success of tonight’s event, expect to see further charity quiz evenings organised by the Ospreys and OitC as well as more OSC quiz evenings.