College students awarded for sporting success
Newcastle-under-Lyme College (NULC) is celebrating after sporting students were honoured by Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council.
Two students from College's Academy of Sport were awarded at the recent Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council Sports Council Awards.
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Natalie Slater, aged 18 from Kidsgrove is in her second year at the Colleges Sixth Form Centre where she studies A Level's in PE, Psychology and Art and Design. The former Maryhill High School pupil is also a member of the Colleges award winning Academy of Sport and was awarded Senior Athlete of the Year for her role as a Table Tennis player.
Lucy Hayes, aged 17 from Clayton is in her first year at the College, studying AS Levels in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics with Mechanics and Physics. Lucy was awarded runner-up in the Senior Athlete of the Year category.
Trevor Humphreys, NULC Academy of Sport Manager, said: "We're delighted that students from the College's Academy of Sport have been recognised for their sporting success. Natalie and Lucy are two very bright stars from the Academy and strive to achieve the best, so for them to be recognised for their hard work and achievement is great."
The Colleges Men's Volleyball and Basketball Academy squads were also nominated for Team of the Year and received a special mention during the awards ceremony for their record breaking achievements on the court this year.
Trevor continued: "Both the College and the students have worked extremely hard this year to ensure that Newcastle-under-Lyme College is one of the best colleges for Sport in the West Midlands."
The awards were held on Thursday 24 May at the Civic Offices in Merrial Street, Newcastle and the presentation was made by the Mayor of Newcastle-under-Lyme Trevor Hambleton.