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Sharple's head wrestling coach Eddy Kavanagh has been appointed as England Wrestling Team Leader to direct England’s Wrestling challenge at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Eddy was an Assistant Team Leader at the successful Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and is Wrestling Development Officer at the rapidly expanding Sharples and Castle Hill Wrestling Club.Eddy succeeded in a strong field of candidates. Interviews took place at the Manchester Y-Club who generously provided facilities whilst the British Wrestling Academy is coming back from its Boxing Day 2015 flood damage.

Said Eddy, “I feel very privileged and proud to be offered the position of England Wrestling Team Leader. I look forward to working with the England Wrestling Committee/British Wrestling Association to ensure the best performance by our England wrestling Team.

George Ramm claims wrestling bronze to win Britain's first ever medal at European Junior Championships

Ramm was lost for words after winning a bronze medal at the European Junior Wrestling Championships in Romania on Saturday.

The 19-year-old Sharples Wrestling Club member lost to Russian Uruzbek Tsomartov in the 60kg semi-finals but picked himself up to beat Polish opponent Patryk Krzysztof Olenczyn 9-4 to finish third and claim Britain's first ever medal at the prestigious tournament.

"Words can't describe what I'm feeling," said Ramm, who has moved to Europe this year to train with the continent's best wrestlers in Austria, Ukraine, Sweden and Germany. "Some people don't think we can compete in sports like wrestling so words can't describe (what the wins means)."

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