The prize was two kit bags containing the following which James was able to donate to a local club of his choice - in this case, Old Pats.
2 x Ball Bags containing:
40 x Marker cones, 2 x Powers Speed Resistors, 2 x Evasion Belts, 2 x 8m Speed Ladders, 30 x Bibs (15 of each colour), 10 x Standard balls mixed sizes (5 x size 4 and 5 x size 5), 1 x Ball Pump.
Last Sunday morning, Sinbad donated his final prize to a worthy home and one that allowed him to thank a good friend.
Simpson-Daniel handed kit and rugby equipment to Old Pats' junior section, to repay the hard work of one of his testimonial committee stalwarts.
Photo courtesy of Gloucester Citizen
Simon Daws represented Old Pats at every level, including vets, and now his nine-year-old son Johnny turns out for the club.
"Simon has worked his socks off for the testimonial year, so when this opportunity came up I knew about his link with Old Pats so it seemed to make sense.
"Kids rugby is still being taken very seriously, and so it should be, so it's nice to be able to help out in some way.
"I played minis at Middlesborough rugby club, and it's great to see that all of that still happens. That's where it all starts, so it's important that the kids start at a young age.
"There are still hundreds of youngsters that are dead-set on playing for Gloucester right from the word go. Guys like Bucko and Hazey have gone all the way through from being local lads, and there's no doubt some of these youngsters will do the same in good time."
Delighted Daws said it is testament to Amlin's rugby commitment to run such an initiative.
"It was fantastic of James to think of Old Pats. My son Johnny is involved with the juniors at the club, and they are always in need of extra kit and equipment.
"It's great of Amlin to run a scheme like this, it really will benefit local clubs."
Old Pats youth rugby chairman Simon Tapper thanked Simpson-Daniel for choosing to help out a flourishing junior setup.
"James told me this was probably his first man of the match award in about ten years - so I told him he'd better win some more, because we still need more kit!
"In all seriousness though it's very kind of him to choose us, and we're absolutely delighted. Any help we can get makes a difference, and the equipment is great.
"We've got about 250 youngsters playing tag rugby and 300 between under-nines and our colts, so we're doing pretty well for numbers at the moment.
"That's been increasing every year in recent times so we're pleased to see more youngsters getting involved."