24th February 2018, 18:10
Wheelchair team manager successful at Wrexham Sports Awards
Mark Andrew Jones, the team manager of Wales' wheelchair side, won the Volunteer of the Year award at last night's Wrexham Sports Awards.
Jones, who is also known as MAJ, holds the same position with North Wales Crusaders' wheelchair team.
He has been involved with both teams since their inceptions and has been instrumental in getting them to where they are now.
A keen supporter of rugby league in general, Jones also voluteers for Crusaders' first-team and travels around the world watching Wales' senior international team.
Wales' wheelchair team were represented in two other categories. Steve Jones was nominated for Coach of the Year and Harry Jones was nominated for Disability Sports Personality of the Year.
Everybody at Wales Rugby League would like to congratulate Mark on his win and Steve and Harry on their nominations.
👏 AWARD | Congratulations to @WalesWhRL and @NWCrusadersRL wheelchair team manager Mark Andrew Jones (MAJ), who won the Volunteer of the Year award at last night’s @wrexhamcbc Sports Awards.— Wales Rugby League (@WalesRugbyL) February 24, 2018
Well-deserved for a #WalesRL stalwart! 🏴 #rugbyleague pic.twitter.com/18gudeEbbm