Miles ahead for the Tigers

A pupil from a Wolverhampton school has won a coveted award at his rugby club. Miles Walters, who is in Y9 at Tettenhall College, picked up the first title of Hardest Working Player for Leicester Tigers U14s.

Miles was awarded the inaugural title in his Leicester Tigers Developing Player Programme team for ‘taking most responsibility for personal development and overall hard work’. Miles has been playing for the last two years as both a prop or hooker and trains every Monday at Stourbridge Rugby Club.

The school is also on track with its new transport arrangements. As of September, Tettenhall College will be expanding its school transport services with the addition of seven new express routes from the surrounding areas.

The routes will start from Telford, Ironbridge, Bridgnorth, Kingswinford, Walsall, Stafford and Newport, with key pick up/drop off points along each route. With no route taking more than 40 minutes, Tettenhall College is aiming to offer a safe and convenient transport service for parents and pupils from Shropshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands.

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