Night to re­mem­ber for the lo­cal sport­ing stars

Rutherglen Reformer - - Motors - Mur­ray Spooner

Here are some more photos from the Cam­bus­lang and Ruther­glen Sports Awards cer­e­mony held on Thurs­day, March 24.

It was a night to re­mem­ber for sports­men, women and teams as more than 150 peo­ple packed out Ruther­glen Town Hall to cel­e­brate their sport­ing achieve­ments.

The evening was hosted by for­mer Trin­ity High pupil Dorothea McInnes and sixth year Trin­ity stu­dent Me­gan Docherty in what was a spe­cial night to recog­nise sports­peo­ple in 13 dif­fer­ent cat­e­gories.

Chair­woman of the Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang Sports Coun­cil and Asda To­ry­glen Cham­pion, Liz Ar­buckle said:“It was a stun­ning evening and well done to all the win­ners.

“It is great to see so many young peo­ple get recog­nised for their sport­ing achieve­ments. It was dif­fi­cult to choose a win­ner be­cause all of them are wor­thy cham­pi­ons.”


Se­nior team of the year Provost Eileen Lo­gan con­grat­u­lates Ian Reid of the Ron­hill Cam­bus­lang Har­ri­ers with his se­nior team of the year award


Sports coun­cil Hosts Me­gan and Dorothea, Christo­pher Logue, Re­former Edi­tor Dou­glas Dickie and mem­bers of the Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang Sports Coun­cil


School award Ch­eryl Bur­nett and Anne An­der­son from Loch Pri­mary School Par­ent’s As­so­ci­a­tion with Ann Marie McCon­nell of St Cadoc’s pri­mary

Sport­ing achieve­ment Michael Mur­phy is pre­sented with his SALSC award by Mr Singh

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.