A TALENTED cricketer studying at Solihull Sixth Form College represented England at the Junior World Series Indoor Cricket tournament.
Rehan Chishti travelled to Dubai for the international competition and played nine of the 11 matches for the England Under-17 team.
A total of 30 teams took part in the tournament, with 360 junior boys and girls involved.
The Ward End Cricket Club player said: “Going to Dubai for this tournament was a good experience and I was pleased with how I played. We had a good tournament and enjoyed the matches very much.”
Rehan plays both indoor and outdoor cricket.
College principal, Martin Sullivan, said: “It was great to meet with Rehan and hear about his exciting trip to Dubai.
“It is a pleasure to support our learners in their achievements outside of College and I wish Rehan the best of luck with his blossoming cricket career in the future.”
Rehan juggles his cricket commitments with studying A levels in Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics and hopes to study Architecture at university and to advance his cricket career alongside his academic ambition.