07:58AM, Sunday 09 March 2014
Athletes, coaches and volunteers were honoured for their achievements over the last year when SportsAble celebrated its second annual awards dinner on Saturday.
More than 60 trophies were awarded to members of the club for disabled athletes by guests including triple Paralympic gold medallist, Sophie Christiansen OBE.
They were recognised for performance in sport, volunteer work, fundraising and professional support by the charity, which is based in Braywick Road.
The most prestigious trophy of the night - The Wilkinson Sword - was presented to 18-year-old table tennis player Lucie Bouron, who made her debut in the GB para team in the last year.
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