A talented young rugby star claimed a haul of honours for his regional side at an end of season event.
Cieran Milligan, a Year 5 pupil at Rydal Penrhos, scooped the Player of the Year title at Colwyn Bay Rugby Club’s Award ceremony, which was held earlier this week.
It has been a memorable campaign for the 10-year-old, who has turned in a superb level of consistent performances that further enhance his growing reputation within the game at youth level.
In addition to his overall award, Cieran finished first in numerous categories including tries scored, conversions made, tackles made and rucks won.
He also finished first in rucks made, and second in training participation to sweep the board at the ceremony thanks to the work he is putting in under the guidance of Bay coaches Nathan Roberts and Geraint Owen and Head of Boys' Games Jamie McLeod.
This is the latest in a long line of achievements for the Prep School pupil, who continues to thrive both on the rugby field and in areas such as Athletics.
Mr McLeod, said: This is an absolutely incredible achievement and one that Cieran can be enormously proud of.
“He possesses a great deal of natural ability and works incredibly hard on improving all areas of his game, and this has brought significant results in terms of his achievements and development.
“All this bodes extremely well for the future and the sky is the limit for Cieran if he continues to show the same application in the coming years.”