In Pictures: The winners at the Kirkcaldy and Central Fife Sports Council Awards 2019

The Kirkcaldy and Central Fife Sports Council Awards took place last week at Fife College.

Friday, 13th March 2020, 10:24 am
Updated Friday, 13th March 2020, 10:25 am
Derek Rae

There were 13 categories with winners and runners-up receiving trophies.

Our pictures, courtesy of Cranston Imagery, show each of the category winners.

Winner of the Police Scotland, Fife Division, Junior Award, was 15-year-old ice hockey player from Glenrothes, Mirren Foy. Her award was presented by Inspector Gordon Anderson.

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Kirkcaldy Footballer Rebecca McGowan was the winner of the Macgregor Solicitors Youth Award. Presented by William Macgregor, it was collected for her by dad, Derek.
The Active Schools Youth Volunteer Award, presented by Active Schools Manager, Pamela Colburn, went to James Moran who is involved in a number of sports at a volunteering level as well as being a Active Schools Ambassador.
The team were winners of the Kirkcaldy and Central Fife Sport Council Junior/Youth Team Award which was presented by the Council's vice chair, Danielle Law.
Owen Miller, second place on the all-time British T20 1500m list after he ran a PB, won the PLM Optometrists Disability Award.
Auchmuty High School's Ruby McDonald was awarded the Garry Innes Memorial Shield after a year in which she excelled at both swimming and athletics. Making the presentation was the President of Disability Sport Fife, Richard Brickley OBE.
The Fife Sport & Leisure Trust Senior Award went to Windygates stock car driver after another record-breaking year in 2019. Making the presentation was the Trust's area manager, Paul Hossack.
Taking Kirkcaldy and Central Fife Sports Council Team Award were ball hockey side Kirkcaldy Knights. Danielle Law, the Council's vice chair, was on hand once again to present the award.
Kirkcaldy's Ally Jack was given the Dundas Estates Coach of the Year Award by the company's Heather Birrell, for the remarkable turnaround in the fortunes of the Scotland Men's national volleyball since he took over as head coach.
The Active Schools Services to School Sports Award went to Laura Yule. The pupil support assistant has been instrumental at supporting a number of different sports. Active Schools Manager, Pamela Colburn, made the presentation.
Ice Hockey legend and former Fife Flyer James Taylor was given the Scottish ClubSport Award for Service to Sport Award. It was presented by Rona Mcraw of the Scottish Association of Local Sports Councils, for his 30 years of service to Kirkcaldy Ice Hockey Club.
The Fife College Special Achievement Award was awarded to Pamela Robson for her achievements as a coach for disabled athletes. Her award was presented by Fife College's James Bisset.
After a hugely successful year Fife AC's and DSF's para-athlete Derek Rae was given the Fife Free Press Group Sports Personality of the Year Award. The FFP's Paul McCabe presented Derek's trophy.