Posted on October 19th 2015
Jason Leonard hails Cranford students
Jason Leonard hails school in Hounslow for inspiring rugby's next generation.
The Rugby World Cup winner visited Cranford Community College to recognise its commitment to the RFU's All Schools programme.
RFU president Jason Leonard with Executive Headteacher Kevin Prunty and students at Cranford Community College's new SuperDome sports venue.
As the inquest into England's Rugby World Cup exit continues, a school in Hounslow has been honoured for doing its bit to inspire the next generation of stars.
Cranford Community College has received a 'Gold Standard' award for introducing pupils to the sport, which is flourishing there.
The school is one of just 15 out of 400 involved with the Rugby Football Union's (RFU) All Schools programme to achieve the mark.
Rugby World Cup winner and RFU president Jason Leonard visited the school in Cranford on Thursday (October 1) to meet its young players and present the award.