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SPEN Apprentice Called up for International Rugby Team


SP Energy Networks apprentice Molly Kelly has been called up to play for the International Senior Women’s Rugby Team for Wales. 

Molly, 18, who lives in Anglesey is one of 24 new apprentices who joined SPEN in 2018.  She took an interest in the business and applied for the apprenticeship programme as a direct result of SPENs sponsorship of her team, RGC Women.

Molly, who was urged by her rugby coach to apply, said: “I’ve always wanted to work in engineering and to have been accepted to work with SP Energy Networks as a Craft Apprentice is a great opportunity.

“It’s been extremely encouraging to see the work that SP Energy Networks does to support women in the engineering industry, so it will be great to become a part of their team. I look forward to learning new skills and pursuing my career with SP Energy Networks. I’m excited for what the future holds.”

Molly meets up with the six nations training squad on January 5th when her international training kick-starts. 

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