Year 11 pupil Luke R earned his first call-up to the England under-16s squad to play in his first international tournament in Paris, marking a significant milestone in his burgeoning football career.
During a remarkable achievement, Luke not only competed but enjoyed victory at the Val De Marne Tournament last month, showcasing his exceptional talent on the international stage. England faced opponents Japan, France and Switzerland, ultimately clinching the championship title.
Luke currently plays for Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy team and has been making waves with his extraordinary performances. His recent display of skill and precision resulted in two sensational goals against Manchester United and Blackburn Rovers in the Under-17 Premier League Cup.
“Tettenhall College is immensely proud of Luke and his remarkable achievements on both the national and international fronts. His dedication, skill, and sportsmanship exemplify the values we instil in our students. We congratulate Luke on his well-deserved call-up to the England under-16s s and his outstanding contributions to the Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy team,” said Christopher McAllister, Headmaster at Tettenhall College.
Luke’s success serves as an inspiration to aspiring athletes within the Tettenhall College community and beyond. The school looks forward to witnessing Luke’s continued growth and success in his football journey.Categories: Sport