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Founder Member dies..
16 March 2018
We are saddened to announce the death of one of our founder members, Alastair Kidd, who died peacefully at Wyvis House, Dingwall on Sunday 11th March 2018, aged 81 years.
Our thoughts are with his wife Elspeth, and children Alastair, Dorothy and Pauline, and their families.
06 March 2018
Highland Disability Sport held it's annual 5-a-side championships at Inverness Leisure today. In the Junior League, Culloden Academy's teams dominated, winning the overall trophy, and the runners-up medals. In the senior league, the Ross Cup was won by Highland Wanderers, with Highland Rovers taking the runners-up medals.
Players of the Tournament were;-
Saves of the Tournament were made by;-
Pictured are some of the teams who took part, along with Craig Masterton and Scott Ross of Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC, who were the day's officials, and Councillor Graham Ross who presented the trophies and medals.
2 National Champions from Highland..
05 February 2018
by Isabel reid
Well done to Team Highland Bowlers - Terry and myself are so proud to be your coaches - thanks too to Andrew and Ali for all their help and a special congratulations to Evan and Philip who are both taking winners trophies back to the highlands
Philip Hendry & Evan MacKintosh
09 January 2018
Please note change of date for the Senior Athletics Championships
Tuesday 19th June
HDS CONFERENCE & 2017 AWARDS ..
09 December 2017
Some of the award winners from the Highland Disability Sports annual conference this morning held at Charleston Community Complex. The dedication and commitment from the athletes and volunteer coaches throughout the year is absolutely extraordinary. Congratulations to everyone who made it along despite the weather.
Junior Sports Personality - Abbie MacNally
Senior Sports Personality - Abigail Lancaster
Volunteers of the year - Liz & Ronnie Mitchell
Endeavour Award - Anna MacLeod
Honorary Life Chairman - Mrs Janet Home MBE
Honorary Executive Committee Life Membership - Sue Banks
24 September 2017
Sue Banks announced on Saturday 23rd September that she will be moving away from the Highlands in October, and resigned as vice-chairman of Highland Disability Sport. Sue has been associated with HDS for 25 years, and attended 8 Special Olympics Summer Games, both as a coach, and latterly as Head of Delegation. Her input will be sadly missed. Sue is pictured receiving flowers from Janet Home, as a token of thanks for all her hard work over the last quarter century.