- Date of Birth13 Apr 1999
- Height1.89m (6' 2)
- Weight125.5kg (19st 11lbs)
Established in 2009 we offer wholesale supply of the finest selection of Granite, Marble, Limestone, Slate and Quartz Slabs.
We recognised that customers needed a reliable wholesaler with effective quality control and sufficient stock holding to cater for all tastes and requirements. It is notoriously difficult to consistently supply quality material of adequate size therefore this is what we strive to achieve time and time again, to be unique in a competitive market place.
We are rapidly building a reputation for quality, and being able to provide deliveries at short notice. As demand has increased so has our Material Collection. This growth is facilitated by the effective procurement of materials using strong alliances with trusted suppliers. These relationships have been formed over many years of experience in the stone industry.
The focus of our business is purely wholesale therefore we do not sell directly to private customers. If you are a trade customer a pricelist is available upon request. Please see our contact section for details of how to find us.
Visit our website: istones.co.uk
As a tighthead prop, Joe Heyes came through the Notts Lincs and Derby development group to join the Tigers academy and enjoyed a breakthrough senior season in 2018/19 when he made more than 20 first-team appearances.
Following in family footsteps as a goalkeeper, he was part of Nottingham Forest academy system before turning to rugby with Nottingham Moderns and then Newark.
After joining the Tigers academy, he gained international selection with England Under-18s, playing in all nine fixtures in 2017 including the tour to South Africa.
He played in the 2018 Under-20s Six Nations as one of the youngest members of the squad, then went to the World Junior Championship in France, playing in every round including the Final, and repeated the feat in the summer of 2019, scoring a try in the fifth-placed final win over Wales.
After another 24 appearances for Tigers in 2019/20, he was among 12 uncapped players called into an England training camp at the end of the season ahead of the autumn series.
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