Disability Sport Fife Wins Major Fife Award

Disability Sport Fife Chairman Paul Noble MBE and Enigma Gymnastics Club Head Coach Jenn Mann attended the Kingdom FM awards ceremony that celebrates the outstanding contribution made by individuals, organisations and local schools to communities across Fife.

Kingdom FM’s Local Hero Awards are now in their 10th year and were held at the Rothes Halls on Friday 25th February. The Awards recognise the incredible achievements of Fifers young and old over the past 12 months. Around 300 guests marked the selfless work of the region’s unsung Local Heroes during what was an emotional evening for all concerned. Fourteen awards in total were handed out after the organisers received thousands of entries from throughout Fife.

Provost Jim Leishman MBE presented the Provost Award (sponsored by Fife Council) to Disability Sport Fife, as the lead body for disability sport in the region for children, athletes and players of all ages and abilities with a physical, sensory or learning disability. The Provost is an enthusiastic supporter of Disability Sport Fife and each attends the DSF AGM and Awards Evening to present the DSF Annual Awards.

On this occasion it was Paul and Jenn who proudly accepted this most prestigious award from the Provost on behalf of the many athletes, players, coaches, administrators, volunteers and coach mentors who are the backbone of the Association. Thank you Provost, thank you Kingdom FM for considering Disability Sport Fife for such a major community award.

Richard Brickley MBE – President Disability Sport Fife