The school hosted its inaugural Senior Sportsman’s Dinner this week following months of planning by pupils and staff. The event was a huge success, with over 120 pupils and staff in attendance. We also welcomed representation from key community partners in Howe of Fife Rugby Club, Cupar Swimming Club and AMSoccer Club.
The evening consisted of a two course meal, various awards, live music and a ceilidh.
The purpose of the evening was to celebrate the wide range of sporting success amongst our senior pupils and to reflect on the various sporting achievements over the past year. In addition to awards for each senior club, specialist awards were also issued on the evening in the area of sporting excellence, Sports Leadership/Volunteering and Commitment to School Sport.
Award winners were:
Players’ Player – Zara Hoggan
Coaches Player – Alexandra Yap
Most Improved – Stephanie Laing
Players’ Player – Mya Middlemist
Coaches Player – Erin Little
Most Improved – Kirsty Armour
Players Player – Cammie Gilchrist-Brown
Coaches Player – Emma Webster
Most Improved – Alex Henderson
Players’ Player – Alexandra Urquhart
Coaches Player – Erin Sinclair
Most Improved – Molly Wilson
Players’ Player – Isla Howie
Coaches Player – Amy Anderson
Most Improved – Ellie Laing
Players’ Player – Ellen McQuilton
Coaches Player – Findlay Baillie
Most Improved – Oliver Goad
Players’ Player – Rory Wardrop
Coaches Player – Ruan Van Rensburg
Most Improved – Ryan Powles
Players’ Player – Bailey Gerrard
Coaches Player – Tristan Bruce (St Leonards)
Most Improved – Sam Webster & Euan Mitchell
Players’ Player – Jay Bridgeford
Coaches Player – Angus Mitchinson
Most Improved – Cameron Greenhill
Commitment to School Sport
Excellence in Sport
Volunteer of the Year
Caroline Innes Trophy (for outstanding performer in elite sport)
It is hoped that we can build on this event and make it an annual part of the schools celebration of achievement calendar.
A massive ‘thank you’ to Miss Hodge and her team of helpers for organising and to all who supported the event.
Mr D. Lowrie
[CL, Faculty of Health & Wellbeing]