Leicester Tigers wheelchair rugby player Jamie Stead was named ‘Most Valuable Player’ in the inaugural Quad Nations international tournament.
Last weekend saw Great Britain take on the world’s top three teams in Australia, Japan and USA at the Leicester Arena.
Stead was joined in the Great Britain side by three other Tigers players Nick Cummins, Muhammad Islam and Gavin Walker as the current European champions faced the world’s best.
It was USA who came out on top in the final day of fixtures beating Australia in the final as Great Britain narrowly missed out on a bronze medal to Japan by four points.
Absolutely blown away to get MVP of the tournament with so many world class athletes involved @wrquadnations @GBWRNews pic.twitter.com/1O5lR3fG87— Jamie Stead (@Jamie_Jay_Stead) March 11, 2018
The award comes off the back of a championship winning season for Stead and the Leicester Tigers wheelchair team who were crowned BT Super Series Division One champions at the start of the month.
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