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Elsie Fryer is named Dewsbury Rams King of the Fans

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Championships sponsor Kingstone Press has named Elsie Fryer as Dewsbury Rams King of the Fans – a season long hunt to find the best rugby league Championships supporters. Elsie from Batley has supported Dewsbury Rams for 63 years as both an active volunteer and loyal season ticket holder. Elsie co-ordinates travel to away matches and even personally sponsors the team to travel to a number of matches each season. At home Elsie is a member of the club lottery, sells programmes on match day and organises the annual player of the year award ceremony and presentation.

 

On hearing the good news Elsie said: “I'm delighted to have been given this title. I've been a supporter of the Rams since 1950 and love still being involved in the club.”

 

As part of her prize, Elsie will receive a crate of cider and a family ticket to Championships Finals Day, where she will be welcomed onto the pitch at half time to fly the flag for Dewsbury Rams. She is now also a contender to be named ‘Ultimate King of the Fans’ at the Final along with another 22 Kings of the Fans crowned from across the other Championships clubs. In addition to the title, which is the first of its kind, the winning super fan will receive a year’s supply of cider and an England Rugby League money can’t buy prize.

 

Gordon Johncox, Kingstone Press Cider Managing Director, said:  “We are thrilled to name Elsie Fryer Dewsbury Rams King of the Fans and to highlight her admirable dedication to the club. Elsie truly deserves the title and we hope she enjoys Finals Day.

 

“We were overwhelmed with the response to the competition which has shown the passion and commitment the fans have for their clubs. It has been a perfect way to celebrate the Championships and importantly reward those loyal fans who come out week after week to support their clubs. We look forward to welcoming all fans from across the sport to Championships Finals Day and crowning the winners.”

 

Kingstone Press Championships Final Day is the culmination of 26 intense league fixtures and three weeks of nail-biting play-off action. It is set to be a spectacular finale to the Kingstone Press Championships season as six teams battle it out in three thrilling finals at Leigh Sports Village on Sunday 29th September.

 

Kingstone Press will be creating a dedicated Fan Zone at the stadium providing pre-match entertainment where fans can test their Rugby League skills on a number of different challenges with prizes on offer for the fan who top the charts. On-pitch entertainment and crowd competitions will also run across the course of the day, helping to create excitement and atmosphere at the ground.

Tickets for the 2013 Kingstone Press Championships Finals Day cost from just £15 for adults, £10 for concessions and can be purchased by visiting; www.rugbyleaguetickets.co.uk or by calling the RFL Ticket Office on 0844 856 1113.

 

For those who can’t make it on the day, Kingstone Press will be using our social media networks to bring you all the action and atmosphere from the day. Look out for competitions on Twitter @KingstoneCider and Facebook.com/KingstonePressCider.

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Well deserved after the years of hard work and commitment!

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Well done to her, great achievement and a nice reward for loyalty.

I like Elsie, had the honour of representing my club as one of the King of the fans. I also had the ''Great Pleasure'' of walking out alongside Elsie with our Club Flags onto the pitch. What a lovely lady and what a proud moment for the Heavy Woollen Area. It was a pleasure to meet you Elsie and share a Magic Moment. Well done.

ColinB.

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I like Elsie, had the honour of representing my club as one of the King of the fans. I also had the ''Great Pleasure'' of walking out alongside Elsie with our Club Flags onto the pitch. What a lovely lady and what a proud moment for the Heavy Woollen Area. It was a pleasure to meet you Elsie and share a Magic Moment. Well done.

ColinB.

 

Did they let you & Elsie keep the flags Colin?

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Did they let you & Elsie keep the flags Colin?

No they didn't piggy, and we all asked to keep them. Shame really, but hey ho.

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