A young boy's dreams of playing rugby have finally come true a year after heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary.
Harrison Dunne is part of the West Bowling under 11s who set off today to play in a tournament in France.
Harrison Dunne from Bradford was born with a heart defect. He came on Calendar last year to tell us about the operations which he's had at Leeds General Infirmary, and now he's back with some good news.
Harrison is no longer on any medication and his dream of playing rugby has come true. He now plays not for one, but two rugby teams, and has just been picked to play for the West Bowling under 11s in France.
89 year old Edna is the first person in England to receive the new heart valve. It is inserted using keyhole surgery, which is less invasive than open heart surgery.