Karlo has been an inspiration. He’s turned a team that hardly won a game last year into football Champions League finalists! He worked hard to make the football team more inclusive and successfully recruited an even spread of first, second, third and fourth years ensuring an increased, stable turnout each week, and altogether creating a real team spirit. Fate was not kind to him though; in an action emblematic of his commitment to CivSoc he put his body on the line to make a save which resulted in a fractured wrist. Karlo did not sit on the bench and fuelled by his enthusiasm for all things CivSoc he took on the role of manager, devising tactics and substitutions. Straight away he organised curry nights and socials which generated a real team bond. He arranged for CivSoc to have teams in every sport at the EPS Trophy, organised the annual engineering football derby against MechSoc and masterminded CivSoc’s victory, plus held an exhibition match with EPS Netball. What really makes Karlo stand out is his commitment to making sure everyone is included and creating real camaraderie amongst them, spurring the team on throughout the season. He also encouraged CivSoc’s new Secretary and Sports Sec to run for their committee positions and built keen relationships with other EPS societies. He’s earned a great deal of respect from his teammates. His efforts have forged friendships across year groups that will strengthen CivSoc for future years and inevitably produce teams that will last long after he graduates.