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Will was a former John Cleveland College student and ex-amateur boxer for the Heart of England Community Boxing Club.
Anne-Marie, a graduate of the University of Bristol, taught English and drama at Hinckley's John Cleveland College and Fullhurst Community College, in Leicester, before she headed abroad.
Claire joined Baldwins' former Nuneaton office as a trainee accountant after leaving John Cleveland College in Hinckley in 2002.
Llanelli's Coleg Sir Gar won Britain's top schools tournament - the Gullivers Super 16s - at Warwick University last week when they beat John Cleveland College, Hinckley, 10-3 in the final.
Barnard Castle School, who lost to them in last season's final, have also entered again while John Cleveland College from Hinckley in Leicestershire will be bidding to retain the Under 15 trophy.
Amy, who formerly attended John Cleveland College and is now a sixth form student at King Edward VI College, studies music at the Christine Sumner Academy in Weddington and has been a member of the Cantabile Youth Choir in Nuneaton for the last four years.
Richards and Wilson played in the same side at John Cleveland College in Hinckley and have remained firm friends since.
She will return to John Cleveland College in Hinckley in February to complete her A-levels.