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Rush High Wycombe Player of the Month

Have your say in who wins the prize each month

Rush UK

Wycombe Wanderers fans have the opportunity to vote for their Player of the Month following the launch of a partnership with Rush Trampoline Park in High Wycombe.

The Rush High Wycombe Player of the Month prize enables supporters to reward those individuals who’ve made a particularly strong impression on the pitch each month, including a prize draw for the chance for one fan to present the award to the winner either at Rush’s High Wycombe venue or on a matchday at Adams Park.

After the conclusion of the final game of each month, Wanderers will launch an online poll via wwfc.com where fans can select who they believe is the worthy winner, and opt in to entering the prize draw.

With over 30,000 square feet of fun and fearlessness, Rush is an exciting place for bouncers of all ages. Rush’s super-accessible location has turned us into one of High Wycombe’s most popular activity centres and in-demand event venues for school groups, birthday parties or office outings.

A heaven for kids and a haven for parents, Rush offer over 100 wall-to-wall trampolines, and an almost endless supply of equipment, plus a warm and welcoming cafe/restaurant filled with healthy snacks and drinks, unlimited free wifi, a relaxing viewing gallery and more.

Visit https://www.rushuk.com/high-wycombe to learn more.

The latest poll will appear below at the end of each month.

Club News

McCarthy wins inaugural Rush High Wycombe Player of the Month prize

7 September 2018

Blues defender Jason McCarthy is the first winner of the Rush High Wycombe Player of the Month award after coming out on top in a poll amongst Wanderers fans.

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Club News

Vote for your Rush High Wycombe Player of the Month!

30 August 2018

Wycombe Wanderers fans will have the opportunity to vote for their Player of the Month following the launch of a new partnership with Rush Trampoline Park in High Wycombe.

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