Two final year students at Parklands High School, Chorley, have decided to give something back to their school.
Both Josh Ronfell and Andy Hardwick have played Rugby League throughout their time at the school and have now taken up coaching roles with the year seven side.
There coaching skills have certainly paid dividends as the side has made it through to the quarter final stage of the Carnegie Champions Schools competition where they will now face Abraham Guest from Wigan.
“Both boys have played Rugby League through their years at Parklands and it is great that they are giving something back to the school and sport," said Clare Robinson North West Volunteer Co-ordinator.
Josh first showed his leadership potential when he successfully completed the Rugby League Leaders Award last year and he has since gone on to take part in Chorley’s first Step into Sport Camp.