A community Worcester Warriors coach has been nominated for Community Rugby Coach of the Year at this year's Premiership Rugby Parliamentary Awards.

Isobel Brick, a Warriors Community Foundation Coach, is amongst three coaches up for the award, alongside Mackenzie Carson (Saracens) and Daisy Hibbert-Jones (Sale Sharks).

The award is designed to reward and recognise the coach who has gone above and beyond to change the lives of members of their local community through their work on Premiership Rugby programmes.

Brick has worked with more than 1,000 people in her role as an adapted sports coach for the Warriors Foundation, tailoring coaching to individuals who have their own complex needs.

With her specialist background in Special Educational Needs (SEN), she has proactively reached out to the SEN community delivering sessions through Project Rugby.

She recently introduced inclusive rugby coaching in specialist schools across the area and has created new SEN and inclusion teams at grassroots clubs to refer participants to so they can continue their rugby journey.

"We simply couldn’t deliver our community programmes without the support of the teams at the clubs," said Wayne Morris, Community and Corporate Social Responsibility Director of Premiership Rugby.

"Our three nominees have clearly gone above and beyond their day-to-day roles, helping to ensure our sport is as inclusive and accessible to everyone, no matter their background. Their passion and determination to drive real change in their local communities sets the bar for us all.

"With the help of our partners Gallagher, Wooden Spoon, Land Rover and CVC, our coaches, and volunteers we are proud to say we help over 250,000 people annually via our community programmes."