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The Jack Petchey Foundation was set up by Sir Jack Petchey to inspire and motivate young people across London and Essex to do their best and reach their full potential. Since 1999, over £133 million has been invested in programmes to benefit young people aged 11-25 across London and Essex.


Their  flagship programme is the Jack Petchey Achievement Award Scheme, which recognises outstanding young people aged 11-25 across London and Essex. Jack Petchey Achievement Award winners are young people who have gone above and beyond to achieve – perhaps when others thought they might fail. 

Harrow Vultrix May 2020 winners


Sean Leprince-Adler

Sean has developed as a junior player since joining Harrow in 2017. Despite only playing Korfball for 2 years he has been selected to train in the England setup with the best in the country in his age category. 

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Martin McDonagh

Martinhas been a regular for Harrow 2 and stepped up when the Harrow pub quiz needed a host he created the quiz and His confidence (and outfit) in which he hosted the online quiz impressed many! 

Your October nominees:



Will Green joined Harrow last season from Buckingham Royals. Clearly a talented player already in the England youth setup made his impact on Harrow 2 felt. His improvement in training was there for all to see and Will made his debut for Harrow 1 and managed to score with his very first shot! A bright future for this one! 



Grace has been nominated for her commitment to training and improvement this season - even when a player is challenging her she perseveres and plays her best - she is also very helpful supporting her team members and an always smiling, shining light at training & games.



Tom Green joined Harrow alongside his younger brother. Tom stepped in straight away in the first team - after having to find his way against tougher opponents in the first few games, Tom has developed through out the year. His energy on the pitch in intercepting balls, marking out his direct opponent, goal treat and overall team play has made him into a nailed on starter and ‘one to watch’ in every oppositions team talk. I can’t wait to see him put ‘fear’ in his opponents next season



Evan commits to come to training from Southgate every week. Over the Covid period he joined summer training more frequent and this has really improved his ‘game play’ making him a more all-round player. When we had a friendly against National League Birmingham he stepped up and played for the 1sts and didn’t look out of place!



Stephen has been a key part of our youth teams for years. His attendance and dedication to training and improving himself has been second to none. This was rewarded last season by being selected for the England development squad. Stephen also made his debut for Harrow 1 in the SERL 1 against Norwich Knights. 

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