Recently at Porsche Centre Teesside, Centre Principal Ross Jameson welcomed local budding rugby star, Henry Bowler, back to the Centre.
For the second consecutive year, Porsche Centre Teesside are proud to sponsor Henry who has successfully maintained his position in the Newcastle Thunder Under 16’s Academy.
Henry, 15, from Ingleby Barwick has remained dedicated to his rugby, training twice a week at Kingston Park and although challenging, Henry finds the experience incredibly rewarding, and feels it is really making a difference to his overall game. The rugby season runs from the end of January through to August and Henry is already enjoying his pre-season training and building bonds with fellow teammates.
Henry says, "it’s a mixture of skills, gym work, psychology and nutrition that’s powering me through my Scholarship year within the Academy."
The team at Porsche Centre Teesside wishes Henry all the very best for the year ahead and look forward to welcoming him back to our Centre in the near future.
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