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£200 Talented Individual Grant

published: 21 December, 2016

Isabella McQuaker-Kajiwara commented on the benefit from the £200 grant from the Sports Council. "I would like to thank Aberdeenshire Sports Council for all of their support through this grant, which has enabled me to travel to the Scottish Tetrathlon Championships. This was also my debut pentathlon for the Under 19 age category, so it was great competition experience and I managed to place 2nd overall. Following my success at this competition, I am planning to keep training and racing hard throughout the season. My main two competitions coming up will be the Scottish Secondary Schools Fencing Championships on November 27th, and the British Modern Pentathlon Championships in July, where I hope to medal."
Talented Individual Grant for Isabella

published: 20 December, 2016

Isabella McQuaker -Kajiwara received a £200 Talented Individual Grant and has had success in the November Scottish Championships Scottish Modern Tetrathlon U19 Girls Championships Sunday 20th November 2016 Overall Individual 2nd Place - Fencing: 1st place - Swimming: 2nd Place - Combined Event: 2nd Place
Committee to Meet 23rd January 2017

published: 20 December, 2016

The next meeting of the sports council committee will be on Monday 23rd January at 7pm in Meldrum Academy.
Grant Success for Touch Rugby Players

published: 20 December, 2016

David and Lynda Leslie both members of Aberdeenshire Leopards Touch Rugby Club were each awarded a Talented Individual Grant of £100 to compete for Scotland in the European Touch Rugby Championships in Jersey.
Touch Rugby Grant Awards

published: 20 December, 2016

David and Lynda Leslie took part in the European Touch Rugby Championships, which were held in Jersey. Lynda played in the Scotland Women's over 27 team, and David coached, and played for, the men's over 30's team. The W27 team had a very successful tournament, finishing second in the pool behind England, having beaten France for the first time at a European Championships. The final proved to be a game too far, being beaten by England, but meaning Scotland still achieved their highest ever finish at the European championships.

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