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Advice for WWWRFC Season Ticket Holders

About 6 weeks ago WWST published a write-up on the collapse of Cube International, the last owners of Worcester Warriors Women Ltd: Problems Cubed. We promised to update Season Ticket Holders and Millennial Club members of WWWRFC when further information came to light regarding the full refund, promised by the club in an email sent on 19th October 2023. Following correspondence with the company appointed as liquidators, we can now provide that update.

Some additional information from Companies House:

  • 13th October 2022: Andrew Moss is listed as sole shareholder when Worcester Warriors Women Ltd. is incorporated.

  • 3rd May 2023: Cube International is confirmed as holding a 51% shareholding in WWW Ltd. with Andrew Moss retaining 49% and still listed as a "person with significant control."

  • 9th October 2023: Andrew Moss ceases to have "significant control"; Cube International take over that control, assuming at least 75% of the company's shares.

  • 17th October 2023: Warriors Women's rugby team removed from all competition with immediate effect.

  • 22nd November 2023: "A statement of affairs" is drawn up to confirm a resolution to wind up Worcester Warriors Women Ltd.

  • 30th November 2023: Joph Young and Conrad Beighton of Leonard Curtis are appointed joint liquidators of WWW Ltd.

  • 30th January 2024: Joph Young and Conrad Beighton of Leonard Curtis are appointed joint liquidators of Cube International Ltd.

The "Statement of Affairs" was signed by Andrew Moss on 22/11/23. In it he is named as a 49% shareholder of WWW Ltd. despite the Notification of Cube International as at least 75% shareholders on 9/10/23. There is a long list of Company Creditors within this document Link. Season Ticket Holders and Millennial Club Members do not appear to be amongst that list. So far as WWST is aware, there has been no attempt by the liquidators at Leonard Curtis to contact either group.

Our advice to STHs and Millennial Club Members, seeking a refund on their tickets is to contact Leonard Curtis via their website You will be asked to provide proof of purchase - ie the confirmatory email. It may well be that there will be inadequate moneys available to issue refunds but it should enable you to become listed as a creditor of the insolvent company. This should put you in a better position to make a claim through your bank or credit card provider via Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act.

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