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Fenton-Wells crowned Gallagher Community Player of the Season

Nick Fenton-Wells was honoured for his extraordinary off-field contribution, as he scooped Gallagher Community Player of the Season at the Premiership Rugby Awards on Wednesday night (May 22nd).

The 32-year-old was among six players in the running for the award, alongside Darren Barry of Worcester Warriors, Saracens’ Calum Clark, Rob Miller of Wasps, Lucas Noguera of Bath Rugby and Sale Sharks’ Denny Solomona. 

But Fenton-Wells was the standout nominee, with his commitment off the field earning him the plaudits at the ceremony as he was named Gallagher Community Player of the Season.

The former hooker, recently appointed as the club’s Team Manager for the 2019/20 season, has dramatically changed the way Bristol Bears Community Foundation engages and work with the local community, helping to organise more than 500 hours of engagement from players and staff through his leadership and influence.