Sport-mad youngsters handed cash boost

PUBLISHED: 16:23 05 April 2009 | UPDATED: 14:24 10 May 2010

Pictured from left, Stuart Fallas, Chris Dyer, David Farrugia, Kathryn Walsh, Alfie Walsh, Sam Rayner, Daisy Walsh, and Rotary Club president Ian Terry   Picture: SUBMITTED

Pictured from left, Stuart Fallas, Chris Dyer, David Farrugia, Kathryn Walsh, Alfie Walsh, Sam Rayner, Daisy Walsh, and Rotary Club president Ian Terry Picture: SUBMITTED

BUDDING sports stars ran out financial winners after being awarded cash training grants. As part of the UK-wide SportsAid charity programme, Ian Terry, president of Dunmow Rotary Club, handed over £2650 in total to seven sport-mad teenagers aged 13 to 18.

BUDDING sports stars ran out financial winners after being awarded cash training grants.

As part of the UK-wide SportsAid charity programme, Ian Terry, president of Dunmow Rotary Club, handed over £2650 in total to seven sport-mad teenagers aged 13 to 18.

SportsAid eastern region representative, Chris Dyer, said: "The Rotary Club of Dunmow has once again most generously supported SportsAid - the national charity for sport.

"The cash presented will be used to assist in the increasing costs that are involved with training and competing at the highest levels of their sports."

The recipients were:

Stuart Fallas, 18, British number two in wheelchair sprinting - £500

David Farrugia, 18, sprinter - £300

Sam Rayner, 16, Essex County hockey player - £300

Alfie Walsh, 13, England Judo squad - £350

Daisy Walsh, 15, England Judo squad - £350

Kathryn Walsh, 18, Judo - £500

Charlotte Wraith, 16, England Judo squad - £350

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