08:02AM, Monday 25 November 2013
Taking his infant son to rugby classes proved a life-changing experience for businessman Andrew Try.
Andrew is a keen rugby fan and was delighted when his son Tolly showed interest from the age of 18 months.
So he took him to Scrumys, a company that provides rugby coaching for youngsters aged 18 months to five years.
Scrumys was founded by Windsor man David Maskell and operates from Vansittart Road.
Andrew was so impressed by Scrumys he has now joined David as a partner in the business.
It is just one more hat to wear for Andrew, who is the founder and boss of the international switchboard services company comXo in Datchet, chairman of the Royal Windsor Rose and Horticultural Society and a trustee of Windsor Festival.
He and David are already hatching ambitious plans to expand Scrumys. Meanwhile Tolly is now three and as mad on the game as ever.
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