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Classic Rugby Shirts |2004 Pertemp Bees Old Vintage Retro Jerseys
Classic Rugby Shirts |2004 Pertemp Bees Old Vintage Retro Jerseys
Classic Rugby Shirts |2004 Pertemp Bees Old Vintage Retro Jerseys
Classic Rugby Shirts |2004 Pertemp Bees Old Vintage Retro Jerseys
Classic Rugby Shirts |2004 Pertemp Bees Old Vintage Retro Jerseys

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This is a very rare Pertemp Bees Official Terminator Rugby Union Shirt from the 2003/04 season

CONDITION - Shirt is in very good condition

CONDITION DETAILS - Colours are good, the sleeve and back sponsor logos have faded and there are game worn marks on the white sections

SIZE - Adults Size XL, armpit to armpit 24 inches
Top of shoulder to bottom of shirt 30 inches 

MADE BY - Terminator of 100% polyester 

FEATURES - Number 14 on the back is within the material of the shirt

DETAIL - This is a very rare match worn shirt. Believed to have been worn by wing Luke Nabaro during the season the Bees performed a massive upset by beating Wasps 28-24 in the quarter final of the Powergen Cup, see report below of the game

Report below taken from the Guardian Newspapaer

Wasps 24 - 28 Pertemps Bees

The greatest day in the history of the club until recently called Birmingham-Solihull may cost the part-time victors £30,000 because there is no provision in the long-form agreement between the Premiership clubs and the Rugby Football Union for a first division side reaching the Powergen Cup semi-finals. 

The Bees, who have had a disappointing campaign in the first division and are 750-1 to win the cup, were not expected to trouble the Premiership champions, even if Wasps were below strength. Indeed, when the home side led 19-6 in first-half stoppage time there was little sign of the drama to come.

The Bees, with an annual playing budget which is only fractionally higher than the salaries of the top earners at Wasps, dominated the second half and won with a considerable amount to spare. 

They will receive no prize money for making the last four and their only reward for this victory is a semi-final trip to Newcastle on March 14. "This was not about money," said the Bees coach Phil Maynard. "It was about opening people's eyes as far as the first division is concerned, though I suspect we may have closed a few more doors. I was surprised at Wasps: we have had tougher games this season and we exposed the Premiership's failure to contest the tackle area properly." 

The sting in the Bees' tail was provided by a 23-year old electrician who a year ago was playing for Dings Crusaders in a regional league. Mark Woodrow kicked six penalties, though he almost handed the match to Wasps 10 minutes from time when his long pass was intercepted by Mark Denney who was eventually hauled down by the wing Nick Baxter five yards from the line. 

"It will be a great day for the headline writers," said the Tannoy anouncer before the teams ran on to the field. He had puns on his mind rather than the prospect of an upset, taking the opportunity at half-time to tell the home supporters when they would be able to buy semi-final tickets, even if, in resting the likes of Lawrence Dallaglio, Josh Lewsey, Alex King and Rob Howley, Wasps could be accused, as it were, of fielding their B side. 

The Bees found their wings first, taking the lead with a Woodrow penalty and, keeping the ball in hand rather than kick for touch, they found a surprising amount of space. It was 24 minutes before Wasps scored and their opening try came against the run of play, the wing Michael Roberts diving over in the corner after a cross-kick from the outside-half Peter Richards which went backwards. 

The competition, lightly regarded by the big clubs, was a trip into the unknown for the Bees whose interest in promotion from the first division ended some weeks ago. They were in no way overawed at the prospect of taking on the club many regard as the strongest in Europe and they kept their nerve at the end when the expected Wasps' revival never materialised. 

The Bees had fashioned two tries either side of the break. The first followed a clean midfield break by the wing Luke Nabaro, who had moved into the centre to replace the injured Mike Davies, and he timed his pass perfectly to the onrushing Baxter whose momentum gave the covering defenders no chance. 

The second try was more prosaic and resembled Wasps' second when the defence struggled to deal with a bouncing ball and it would have been three on 54 minutes had not Nabaro dropped a pass with the line beckoning after Wasps had again been cut open in midfield. 

The Bees duly regained the lead 16 minutes from time when Woodrow kicked his fifth penalty. A left-footer, his crouching style was reminiscent of Jonny Wilkinson. 

Indeed, Woodrow's kicking proved the difference between the sides. After his 35-yard attempted drop-goal was ruled out one minute from time with the referee and his two touch judges unsure whether it had cleared the bar, he had the chance to clinch it in stoppage time. 

The kick was in front of the posts after Wasps had infringed at the breakdown once more. Woodrow made no mistake. "We should have won by more having gifted them a couple of tries and they underestimated us," he said. 

Wasps: Voyce; Roberts, Abbott, Erinle (Denney, 62), Rudd (Van Gisbergen, 62); Richards, Biljon (Howley, 70); Payne, Leota (Gotting, 67), Green, Shaw (capt; Purdy 49), Birkett, Skivington, Rees (Haskell 51), Clarke. 

Tries: Roberts, Abbott, Skivington, Erinle. Cons: Biljon 2. 

Pertemps Bees: D Knight; Nabaro, Woof, Davies (Takarangi 31), Baxter; Woodrow, P Knight; Tkachuk, Merritt, Sigley, Davidson (Walton 59), Orgee (capt), Fakatou, Carter, Jenner. 

Tries: Baxter, Takarangi. Pens: Woodrow 6. 

Referee: P Honiss (New Zealand). 

Attendance: 4,005

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2003 2004 Pertemp Bees Match Worn No 14 Rugby Union Shirt Birmingham Solihull Adults XL

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