In school, Georgie lost her self-confidence and became isolated as she was left out of things. Now, she is a shining role model, helping other young people who are struggling.
For all young people, having positive role models is vital in helping them realise their potential.
Georgie, who attends our Dagenham hub in Essex, is the embodiment of that. Her attitude and achievements are truly inspiring, not just for her peers, but for all of us.
When Georgie was born doctors told her parents that she may not make it, but now she is a thriving participant and volunteer at Super 1s and she is not letting her cerebral palsy get in the way.
"Super 1s has allowed me to progress, because I know no one's going to judge me"
In 2022, Georgie won one of our four 'Inspire Awards', receiving the much deserved recognition for using their leadership skills to support their peers, being a positive role model, using the skills they develop through cricket in other aspects of their life and making a genuine contribution to their community while using their own personal experience to positively impact the lives of young people around them.
The award winners between them showcase the development that can be made by young people living with disabilities through involvement with Super 1s.
Hear more about Georgie's inspiring story in the video below.