Young sports stars celebrated

Photos: Supplied

Photos: Supplied


Sporting success at every level was celebrated at the East Norfolk Sixth Form College Annual Sports Awards dinner.

Around 100 staff and students attended the prize evening at Gorleston’s Cliff Hotel last Thursday.

Former Norwich City FC star Adam Drury was guest of honour and presented trophies to the winners in a whole range of sporting categories.

Andrew Hemp, college sport maker and physical education technician, said: “This evening has been a fantastic celebration of our students and staff.

“They work hard all year to achieve their successes and fully deserve the praise and awards they have received. We are very proud to have such a good group of students who are so willing to sacrifice time and energy towards sport at the college.

Dr Catherine Richards, college principal, said: “The evening was a resounding success. It is great to be able to celebrate the college’s sporting achievements in this way and to recognise the outstanding efforts of our sportsmen and women. Our legacy of sporting success at EN will certainly continue whilst we continue to attract such talented students.”

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