A welcome return for Charlotte Williams
Charlotte Williams, AASE Girls Rugby captain, is back in the South East Academy for the 2015/2016 season after a two year absence.
Charlotte who came from Angmering School, wanted to move to Worthing College, because of the rugby support and development the Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence provides and the Academic success the College has in Sport. After following the advice from the AASE staff, training hard and putting in some excellent performances for club, college and county she is now where she belongs, back on the England pathway! Now she is back in the Academy set-up, she now has her sights on an England Under 20s trial.
“I have worked hard to get to this standard of rugby and I am glad it has paid off. I’m going to spend the rest of this season working even harder to go even further with my rugby”. Charlotte Williams said. On AASE she continued “AASE has been the thing to get me to this level because of the support and standard of coaching I have had in training and matches. To be able to speak to qualified rugby staff, on every aspect of my game is so rewarding”.
“It is a welcome return to the Academy fold for Charlotte. She has been an outstanding player for the College over the last couple of seasons, and this selection recognizes the hard work she has put in” said Mark Rugman AASE Academy Manager. “Since deciding to change her position from number 8 to prop, she has made great strides in this transition, especially in the gym, where she is the strongest and most powerful girls in the programme. We wish Charlotte, all the best, and we look forward to more success”.