Paul Bowden first became involved with the Eton Fives Association in 2009, joining the board to take responsibility for school Fives. He has since gone above the call of duty as a volunteer on behalf of the sport.
Paul travels across the UK to visit Fives playing schools, with the aim of resurrecting the game in schools, convincing head teachers of its value, as well as providing practical support to allow the game to survive and flourish. Whether refurbishing old courts, building new ones or setting up and running weekend community clubs. Paul has truly represented everything good about the sport and volunteers.
Paul embodies the impact of the voluntary contributions at grassroots organisations and Eton Fives owes him a huge debt.