Emily Quimby, a pupil at Great Wyrley Performing Arts High School, has been given an award for her voluntary work in coaching youngsters.

Emily is the first female at the school to get the Gold award. She played rounders at England U14s and U16s level and has put in 200 hours of community based voluntary work to gain the award She is also a qualified referee and plays for the Club’s Under 17s and Ladies teams. She has helped coach the Under 9s Tigers and Under 14s Pumas girls, has helped coaching for Staffordshire Community Police as well as the Tesco Skills coaching at Cheslyn Hay Leisure Centre.

Our congratulations go to Emily – she has certainly deserved the award and is now the second Wyrley Under 17s girl to achieve the award!

For more details have a look at page 22 of tonight’s edition of the Express & Star.

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