Liam has been an ambassador for both his school and his local sports clubs giving his best and working hard to ensure success in all his endeavours. He was elected the first ever President of Salisbury's Young Chamber of Commerce and has organised events to raise money for local charities. He has also been selected as Head Boy for St Josephs School in Salisbury. In both these rolls he has worked hard to ensure everyone is treated fairly and gets an opportunity to contribute. Liam uses his free time to support the local community, sitting on the Salisbury City FC Supporters Club and the Steeple Langford Cricket Club committees. His love of cricket from an early age has led to him play a very active roll both on an off the pitch promoting his local club through its website which he manages. and organising an U16 cricket tournament. He is now waiting to go on a coaching course so he can help train the next generation of players. His hard work and dedication have led to him captaining the Salisbury district team and in this role he always did what was best for the team rather than the individual. He has used his many contacts to set up a shirt sponsor for Steeple Langford CC and gets involved in many fund raising activities. He is also heavily involved in fund raising for Salisbury City football club, organising events and selling 50/50 tickets on match days as well as attending home and away games. Despite all his extra activities he maintains a high standard at school.