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Tayyab Ahmed, West Thames College student, wins an award for sportsmanship in table cricket tournament.

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Our Students with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities (SLDD) got an opportunity to participate in Table Cricket London & Thames Valley's regional competition last week. They played at Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Aylesbury on Friday 13th of May, in a tournament organised by Lord's Taverners Middlesex. The tournament certainly attracted a lot of attention and was even featured on the BBC:

Our students started well by winning three out of four games. Unfortunately, in their final match against Abingdon & Witney College, they lost the game by around 30 runs.

Despite the late disappointment, we are proud to say that our students had a very enjoyable time and look forward to playing more games in the future.

Special congratulations go to Tayyab Ahmed, who won a trophy for sportsmanship, which is an award given to outstanding individuals who uphold the spirit and traditions of the game.

Well played, Tayyab!!

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