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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.


15 August 2017

61 athletes and 23 coaches represented Highland at the Special Olympics National Summer Games held in Sheffield 7-12 August 2017. The cost of the Highland squad participating at the Games was over £63,000.

Pictured below are some of the squad before the journey to Sheffield for the Games.














Below is the squad enjoying the entertainment at the

Opening Ceremony.











Highland came home with 58 medals -

20 gold, 27 silver and 11 bronze!!!

Well done to the whole squad!!


28 June 2017

The 2017 Lawn Bowls Championships took place at Waterloo Bowling Club, and was the last competition for the bowlers before the Special Olympics National Summer Games in August.

The event was originally scheduled to take place on 7th June, but was cancelled due to the heavy rain. Fortunately the weather stayed fine for the 28th, and the eventual winners were Michael MacKay (Nairn) and Lisa Booker-Milburn (Dornoch), with Philip Hendry (Alness) and Morag Reid (Nairn) taking the runner-up places.

All 4 of the trophy winners are competing at the Special Olympics, and pictured below is Philip Hendry presenting a cheque to Isable Reid for £480, money which he raised from a sponsored walk from Alness to Invergordon in aid of Team Highland.



The winners and runners-up;-

Lisa Booker-Milburn, Michael Mackay, Philip Hendry & Morag Reid.

12 June 2017

Highland Disability Sport is delighted to have been selected as the winner of the The Asda Community Life programme, which provides funding for local charities and good causes nominated by Asda customers and colleagues. A huge thanks to all who used their green tokens to show support for us, and make this award possible.
Pictured is Lesley Jones, Administrator Highland Disability Sport, receiving the £500 cheque from Inverness store manager Craig Paterson, and Joy Milne, Asda Inverness Community Champion.

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