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Her husband, John, said his grandson had only just broken the Chilwell School record for the 200m, which had stood since 1981.

He choked back tears as he said: 'I taught him how to go and help people.'Mr and Mrs Fletcher said Owen's father spent the whole night sitting by the weir near the spot where the tragedy happened.

They loved him because he was so kind and polite.'She said: 'He was like a giraffe, he was nearly 6ft tall.

He was just a friendly giant.'Mrs Fletcher was speaking outside the nearby Rylands Methodist Church where a book of condolence has been opened for Owen and candles lit.

She said: 'We don't know the full story but all we know is that he is a hero,' she said.'He didn't think of himself.'Ms Ryan said Owen's mother Nicola and father Gary were devastated by his death, adding that it has been 'horrendous' for the family, who joined the desperate search.'The saddest part was we were told we all had to go because the light was going, the police said they had to just put the helicopters up with the infrared,' Ms Ryan said.'Then in the next breath he came and said they had found him, and he wasn't far.'It was just seeing that man in the yellow coat and him saying 'We have found him', and Nicola said 'Is he dead? It was horrible.'Owen's grandmother, Lynda Fletcher confirmed that Owen went into the water to help the girl.

She said: 'He would have been on the front row for anybody.'Everybody loved him because he was so nice.

In a statement, the club said: 'We cannot express how deep our sorrow is and our thoughts are with Owen's family and friends.'Owen has played rugby for Nottingham Casuals RFC since he was seven and was loved by his team-mates and everyone he came into contact with.

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Cheryl Smith, from Rylands Methodist Church, said: 'There's a definite outpouring of grief. We're Rylanders.'She said: 'It's a very close-knit community.

Last evening, there were over 300 people down at the marina offering their help.'Owen played rugby for Nottingham Casuals and many members joined the search of the river.

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Cheryl Smith, from Rylands Methodist Church, said: 'There's a definite outpouring of grief. We're Rylanders.'She said: 'It's a very close-knit community.

Last evening, there were over 300 people down at the marina offering their help.'Owen played rugby for Nottingham Casuals and many members joined the search of the river.

They said they hoped safety measures would be put in place at the scene to stop anything like that happening again.