Plymouth Argyle fan's delight at meeting hero
TEENAGE Argyle fan Jack Heath was in dreamland after meeting hero Paul Wotton and being presented with a football signed by the whole squad.
Jack, 19, took a skills for life course at City College Plymouth and went on to achieve level 1 and 2 diplomas in painting and decorating.
He worked so hard that he was named the college's Craft Student of the Year and was given the chance to meet Paul Wotton.
Jack's lecturer, Darren Tribble, said: "No matter what challenges or obstacles Jack has faced, he has always overcome them and managed to do so with a smile on his face.
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"He has been a pleasure to teach, and is a shining example to other students of what can be achieved with hard work and determination."
Jack won the award for painting two football-related murals: Plymouth Argyle's crest and all 16 flags of nations taking part in Euro 2012.
Jack said: "I have always supported Plymouth Argyle and my favourite player is Paul Wotton.
"I am really proud of my work at the college and enjoyed painting the club crest."