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Grant Andrew McRae Table Tennis Player

published: 06 May, 2016

I was delighted to be awarded a grant from the Aberdeenshire Sports Council to help with my table tennis. I train with the Scottish Table Tennis Youth Squad and have played for Scotland twice. Some of the grant will be used to pay for a weekend table tennis training camp in May run by Table Tennis Scotland in Drumchapel. I am going to use the rest of the money to help me replace the rubbers on my bat in time for the new table tennis season. I am currently ranked in the top ten in Scotland in the Cadet age group. Next season, I move up an age group and my goals are to be a top ten Junior player, to play in an English table tennis tournament and to continue to improve my backhand.
£200 Grant Aid for Craig Fyfe

published: 06 May, 2016

In the Double Mini Trampoline event (DMT) Craig Fyfe from Banchory Trampoline and DMT Club was crowned 2015 Scottish Champion. Craig Fyfe retained the men’s title after delivering a number of strong passes. Scottish Mens DMT champion. Craig’s performances also claimed him the Tariff shield. In the trampoline event Craig was crowned 2015 mens NDP 8 Scottish Champion. Comment - The grant would help greatly towards travel costs to competitions, entry costs to competitions and also to help towards traning costs. Future - So i can keep training 4-6 times a week, improving form and gaining bigger skills.
£200 Grant for Stonehaven Skier

published: 06 May, 2016

Angus Jacobs a member of Aberdeen Snow Sports Club received a £200 Talented individual grant. Angus is planning on basing himself in the Alps for a full season next year so as he can focus all his efforts on pushing his skills.
Finlay Jacobs Skier Grant Aid

published: 06 May, 2016

Finlay Jacobs was awarded £200 as a Talented Individual. At the recent Scottish Championships Finlay [14yrs] came 1st in his under 16yrs category and 1st overall.
Grant for Tom Craik Basketball

published: 19 April, 2016

My participation in basketball from an early age as a member of Alford basketball club has helped me develop my skills and commitment to the sport. I have been lucky enough this year to be selected for the Scottish U15 National Development Squad which involves 50 hours of training mostly in Central Belt locations. The grant will support my participation in this and the further development I receive will enhance my skills as part of Alford Basketball Club and as a Youth Coach for Grampian Flyers Basketball club.

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