- Date of Birth5 Dec 2000
- Height1.96m (6' 5)
- Weight101kg (15st 13lbs)
Ballards is an ever-growing family business with a reputation for excellence and a determination to offer a great service to domestic and business customers. Ballards Removals is one of the longest established household removal companies in the East Midlands. Based at Markham Moor, just off the A1 close to Newark and Retford and ideally placed for moves in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and beyond.
Founded in 1978 by Richard and Janette Ballard, the company is still in the family today, continuing to build on our reputation as one of the UK's most well-respected removals and logistics companies.
Initially focused on specialist domestic and commercial removals, we now provide a comprehensive range of secure storage and logistics services, including removals, self-storage, van hire and haulage.
Our team has grown over the years and we now have a 70-strong workforce. We pride ourselves on going the extra mile, bringing high levels of professionalism and expertise to every job.
As well as being a big name in the UK, we also have a strong presence in Europe, where we operate a fleet of road trains. Plus we regularly carry out removals to and from the continent.
We're continuing to invest in our team, equipment and vehicles, helping us continue to offer an excellent service to our business and domestic customers alike.
Visit the website: www.ballards-move.co.uk
A product of a rich seam of talent from Norfolk rugby, Freddie Steward made his Leicester Tigers debut in 2018/19 while still part of the club’s academy system.
Freddie joined Tigers from Norwich School and was a regular at full-back as the academy team won the National Under-18 League title without losing a game in successive seasons – 2017/18 and 2018/19 – as well as gaining England Under-18 selection.
He made his senior debut in the Premiership Cup at Northampton in January 2019 and then received a late call to travel with senior squad for Premiership fixture at Sale in March of that year before being drafted on to the bench just 15 minutes before kick-off when fellow academy graduate George Worth pulled out with injury. He made his league debut as a replacement in the closing minutes of the game and joined the Development squad in the build-up to the 2019/20 campaign.
The second half of the 2019/20 season brought senior experience in Premiership and European Challenge Cup following a call-up to the England Under-20s squad in their Six Nations campaign.
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