Wasps Legends Hall of Fame Dinner

16th May 2024


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A picture of our hall of fame inductees at the Coventry Building Society in Arena in 2022

On May 16th 2024, eight new names will join the pantheon of Wasps greats in the Wasps Legends Hall of Fame.

Six individuals will don the iconic black and yellow once again as they are inducted, and two posthumous awards will be given, commemorating the recipients for their exceptional service to the club we all love!

2022 saw James Haskell, Sue Day MBE, Joe Worsley MBE, Peter Scrivener, Mark Rigby, Sue Martineau, Mike Ireland, Geoff Strange, Jeff Probyn and posthumously, Ivor Montlake, inducted into the Hall of Fame.

This is set to be an unmissable event, open to the entire Wasps community. As fans, you have the opportunity to engage with current & former players, as well as other like-minded individuals.

Tickets are on sale NOW for £160, and a range of table options are available, starting at £1700! For more information on our packages, please see the flyer below.

Please see below for our full list of inductees:

Warren Gatland

Warren Gatland led Wasps to a period of unprecedented success, winning the English Premiership on three consecutive occasions, as well as glory in the 2003 Challenge Cup & 2005 Heineken Cup.

Since, he has gone on to become a four time Six Nations Championship winner, three time Six Nations Grand Slam & Triple Crown winner and British & Irish Lions Test Series Winner.

Matthew Cosgrove

Matt is the first Wasps FC player ever to be inducted into the Wasps Legends Hall of Fame. He joined Wasps FC at seven years old and has represented them at every age group. He made his first team debut at 16, and continues to represent them today.

Buster White

Buster joined Wasps in 1986, making 132 appearances and scoring 14 tries!

Helen Harding

Helen represented Wasps for over three decades! She played as a scrum half and won the World Cup in 1994.

Simon Shaw MBE

Shawesy is a legend of the game. He was the first player to feature in over 200 Premiership fixtures! He was capped 71 times for England and is a British & Irish Lion.

Hamish Keith

Hamish was capped twice for his country, Scotland. He represented Wasps in the 1960’s and played as a winger.

Roger Skinner

Roger joined Wasps in 1963, representing every Wasps team from the Nomads to the First XV.

Allan Isichei

Allan represented Wasps in the 1970’s & 80’s, amassing almost 200 caps for the club.

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