DISABILITY Sport Fife is pleased to report that all Fife Sportshall athletes performed brilliantly last week at Grangemouth and the Fife A team retained the national sportshall trophy and Lochgelly High competitors did superbly well.

The Sportshall Festival is organised by Scottish Athletics and Scottish Disability Sport.

Twenty young athletes with a physical, sensory or learning disability prepared well for the event and Disability Sport Fife was delighted to be offered the opportunity to field two teams. The athletes selected were a mixture of experienced and novice athletes.

The Fife Teams were managed by Pamela Robson from Balwearie HS and Fiona Stewart from Bell Baxter HS with support from DSF athletics coach Gayle Sloan.

The Fife A team 2019 national champions are: Cameron Adam Dunfermline High School, Logan Harley Glenrothes High School, Connor Brown Woodmill High School, Finlay Davidson Inverkeithing High School, Christina Murray Fair Isle Primary School, Calum Robertson Balwearie High School, Rosalind Penman Balwearie HS, Arran Howe Bell Baxter High School, Edwin Barron Woodmill HS and Jack Wilson Balwearie HS.

The Fife B Team members were: Skye Davidson Inverkeithing Primary, Matthew Robson Glenrothes HS, Niamh Currie St Margaret's RC Primary School, Shelby Spence Balwearie HS, Fraser Law Limekilns Primary School Parent Council, Sophie Coughlin Bell Baxter HS, Georgie Hodge Lochgelly High School, Lee Mackie Lochgelly HS, Somi Herriot Lochgelly HS, Josh Johnstone Woodmill HS and Megan Wilson Woodmill HS.

Disability Sport Fife president, Richard Brickley said: "Well done Team Fife and excellent performance by both sides.

"Thanks must go to Shona Malcolm, of Scottish Athletics, in particular for all her hard work with schools represented in the two Fife teams".