IT is already assured that Worcester Warriors Women will secure their highest-ever finish in the Allianz Premier 15s this season, but they will want to end their impressive campaign with victory over Harlequins at Sixways this Saturday.

Jo Yapp's side have managed to not just play their way through the uncertainty at Sixways, but excel at the same time.

They are guaranteed to finish in sixth place in the table, which represents the most successful campaign in their history. Their league record from their 16 games reads six wins and 10 defeats.

They could have made that seven wins but last weekend's game at Loughborough Lightning was cancelled due to a lack of ambulance provision onsite. 

The RFU awarded Warriors five points, but the game itself was declared a 0-0 draw. 

A statement read: "The Allianz Premier 15s Round 17 fixture between Loughborough Lightning and University of Worcester Warriors, originally scheduled to be played on Saturday 27 May, was postponed due to the lack of ambulance provision onsite, which is a minimum operating standards requirement.    

"The Disputes Committee has awarded points to University of Worcester Warriors.  The Committee considered the facts, representations from the clubs, relevant regulations and supporting documentation and concluded that the match be cancelled and recorded as 0-0, but with five league points awarded to University of Worcester Warriors."

But nothing will dampen the mood for this side who continue to represent the Warrior brand, depsite the men's side going bust and showing no signs of a return. 

The Women's side have a 10-year deal with investors Cube International as a separate entity and will continue to play in the top-flight division of women's rugby.

But they are looking for some much-needed funding throughout the summer months during the off-season and have set up a JustGiving page to help with that. 

The page has been organised by main sponsors Cube International as a means of helping the club get through the non-playing months ahead of next season.

Warriors Women have a long-term deal with Cube but head coach Jo Yapp explained that they need some extra support to keep them sustainable in the long-term.

"Ultimately, Cube have set-up the page for 50k for that short-term support," she said to BBC Hereford & Worcester.

"What we have to remember is that Cube have only been here a couple of months, helping us save our team.

"They are in a good position to go out and get that sponsorship for our kits and to really build us in the long-term but in the short term, we need that bit of support through the summer months."