Enlisted for Molineux

Telford College’s link-up with Wolverhampton Wanderers football club has enabled dozens of students to get priceless experience behind the scenes of a Premier League competition. A group of 40 students were enlisted to help with the organisation of the national Premier League Primary Stars football competition for boys and girls across the 20 top division clubs, held at Wolves’ Molineux stadium.

The job of the Telford College students was to ensure the event ran smoothly, making sure each team was in position to play at the correct time, and had their photographs taken with the Premier League trophy. Kyle Jordan, one of the students said, “The link between the college and Wolves has given us some once-in-a-lifetime experiences.”

Ashley Bowler, learner manager for sport at Telford College said, “We look forward to giving our students more opportunities like this in the future.”

For details visit telfordcollege.ac.uk, or call 01952 642237.

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