Former Student Makes Premier League Debut
It has been an incredible few weeks for former student Tyias Browning, who made his debut for Everton's first-team in the derby match at Anfield.
Tyias, who won Everton's Under-21 player of the year award last season, signed a three-year deal in August with the Premier League club.
Within weeks he became the first Liverpool-born player to make his debut for Everton in a derby match for 87 years, earning rave reviews from his manager Roberto Martinez, and again came on as a substitute at Old Trafford at the weekend.
Tyias has also seen his public profile increase, and helped to promote an Everton 4 Employment scheme in Huyton with teammate Phil Jagielka.
He does have some way to go before he can be considered our school's greatest Evertonian, as Colin Harvey - who played, coached and managed at every level within the club during 40 years of almost continuous service - is also one of our old boys.
Tyias joins a long list of former students to have made a success in the world of sport, as The Times' football writer - and Cardinal Heenan alumnus - Tony Barrett told his 224,000 followers on Twitter:
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