WARLINGHAM Rugby Club have been donated Chris Robshaw's rugby kit after he was voted as England's player of the tournament by fans at the recent RBS Six Nations.
Canterbury, the official team kit partner of England Rugby, is honouring the England captain after he shone throughout the tournament last month with man-of-the-match performances against Ireland and France.
And the Harlequins skipper led his country to four wins out of five to take second place in the Championship.
Robshaw's team of choice was the club he first started playing for as a youngster and he was only too happy to reward Warlingham.
He said: "It's fantastic that as winner I was given the opportunity to donate the kit to the youngsters at Warlingham RFC where it all began for me at the age of seven.
"I know the club will be delighted with the gift and it's great that I'm able to give something back to a club that will always be very special to me.
"All of the players gave it their all for the last six weeks and there were some superb performances so I'm honoured to pick up this award.
"It really does make a huge difference to the team knowing that we've got the country behind us."