Eagles show model behaviour at Fashion Show
Sheffield Eagles took to the stage this week at Sheffield City Hall to present the “Model Employee Awards” which recognise good work amongst professionals in Yorkshire.
Fresh from their success in the Co-operative Championship Grand Final, Eagles players Misi Taulapapa and Scott Turner along with first team players Nev Morrison and Sam Williamson and Head Coach Mark Aston presented awards in front of more than 200 professionals from the South Yorkshire business community.
Around 30 aspiring models from the business community took part in a Fashion Show at the event that helped raise more than £1,500 for charity with the Eagles donating a signed shirt from the Grand Final to Steve Dunwell from The P&A Partnership.
Speaking of the event Head Coach Mark Aston said, “It was a great to be there with some of the great businesses of Sheffield and around the region.
“The reception we got was fantastic and let’s hope some of these businesses get on board with the Eagles in 2013 as we look to defend our title of Champions.”
Lisa Revolta, organiser of the event said, “"I am ecstatic with the event success and the tremendous support from the Sheffield Eagles, winners of the Championship Grand Final who kindly present the Model Employee Awards on the evening.
“Thanks must go to everyone involved especially the models, their firms; fashion show partners all guests and to everyone how kindly donated a prize.
“Winners of the awards included Ben Hendry of Nabarro who was named Sheffield personality of the year, Adam Myers of Aldermore and Natalie Bracey of Hart Shaw who were both recognised as rising stars, and Wilson Field, which was named organisation of the year.