Ex-Argyle boss is the prize guy
A FORMER Plymouth Argyle manager appeared as a special guest as city students picked up prizes.
Neil Warnock, who guided the Pilgrims to Wembley glory in 1996, was the special guest at Plymouth Guildhall for the Plymouth College senior awards evening.
The independent school's annual prize-giving event recognises and celebrates the academic and extra-curricular achievements of senior pupils.
Neil, who now manages Championship club Leeds United but still has a home in South East Cornwall, presented the prizes and gave a talk about making the most of opportunities and never giving up to the audience of sixth-formers, 2012 leavers, staff, families and friends.
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Head teacher Dr Simon Wormleighton, said: "The senior awards evening allows us to celebrate our achievers from last year, including academic scholars, sportsmen and women and musicians, to name but a few. We were delighted that Neil was able to join us to present the prizes, and give such an engaging speech."