Rugby League’s Sporting Star

George Milton has recently been recognised by the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) at their annual Star Awards.

From over 400 nominees George was listed as one of the three finalists for the ‘Most Committed’ TASS Star. The award is given to a TASS athlete who has shown dedication to both study and/or sport. This also includes excellent time management and balancing all level of demands from sporting and academic areas. With such tough competition being named as a finalist is a great achievement. There were so many fantastic nominations of such a high standard that George had to compete against.

George is currently studying Human Physiology and playing semi-professional Rugby League with the Bradford Bulls. He manages to do this whilst also playing for the university team as well as being their Club Captain. Juggling so many different commitments easily qualified George for a TASS Star. He has constantly achieved great results whilst meeting up to so many demands. From training to competition to full time education, George was recognised for his ability to thrive on the challenges that study and sport create.

We were delighted to see George walk away with the ‘Most Committed’ Star Award after such a challenging year. Here’s to another successful year for George and Rugby League!