A host of aspiring rugby stars at Rydal Penrhos were rewarded for their exceptional effort throughout the recent campaign with end of season awards.
The worthy recipients received their respective distinctions at the school’s end of term Prizegiving prior to the summer break as a result of their outstanding performances and overall influence on their respective year groups.
RGC West squad member Sam Bixby enjoyed a standout campaign and secured the U16 Player of the Year, with Theo Bryant scooping the Most Improved honour thanks to his incredible progression under the guidance and support of dedicated coaching staff at the school.
Aydan Garrod was also acknowledged with the Most Improved (no previous experience) Award.
An impressive series of performances from Tom Hughes saw him come away with the U15 Player of the Year, with fellow RGC U15 squad member Ben Purcell presented with the Most Improved Player Award.
Rounding off the U15 accolades was Damisola Animashaun, who took home the Most Improved (no previous experience) title.
John Williams was the deserved Player of the Year in the U14 category, with Adam McGuigan (Most Improved) and Alex Starling (Most Improved no previous experience) also recognised for their exceptional application throughout the season.
It was a season to remember for the ever-developing U13A side, with talented scrum-half Zac Roberts winning the Player of the Year for his contribution, in addition to Zac Hay (Most Improved) and Ivo Vonbak (Most Improve no previous experience) coming away with prizes.
The U13B squad made a very encouraging start to life in a competitive environment within the Senior School, and Liam Farrell’s superb consistency saw him win the Player of the Year Award.
James Gilman won the Most Improved honour, with Arun Rumesh taking away with Most Improved ( no previous experience).