Sport is the true winner
More than 80 people took part in the annual Spirit of Sport event for the disabled in Berwick on Sunday.
The event, organised by Berwick Rotary Club, was held at the Swan Centre and attracted participants from across Northumberland and the Borders.
Help in running the event was provided by Berwick Army cadets.
A large variety of sporting competitions were organised, including archery, bowls, darts, skittles, table tennis, boccia, kurling and swimming.
Spirit of Sport is an apt name for the event. The atmosphere was electric throughout and the enthusiasm of the participants made it a great day for all involved.
Thanks went to Morrisons, Tesco, M&S, Swan Centre, Rob Freeburn, Berwick Archers, Martin Warner, Tyne and Tweed, Yorkshire Building Society, Berwick army cadets and Ollie Cowgill of Sky Vantage Productions.
Overall Endeavour Stacey Howe
Curling Winner Kimberley Bradshaw
Curling Runner-Up Thomas Hayton
Curling Endeavour Callum McFarlane
Darts Winner David Silk
Darts Runner-Up Michael Sissons
Darts Endeavour Valerie Anderson
Skittles Winner Thomas Oliver
Skittles Runner-Up Tony Patterson
Skittles Endeavour Heather Burton
Indoor Bowls Winner Donald Metcalf
Indoor Bowls Runner-Up Marcia Lauder
Indoor Bowls Endeavour Laura Patterson
Boccia Winner Thomas Oliver
Boccia Runner-Up Emma Anderson
Boccia Endeavour Jack Gill
Carpet Bowls Winner Joseph Hayton
Carpet Bowls Runner-Up Donald McKenzie
Carpet Bowls Endeavour Peter Mitchell
Table Tennis Winner Jamie Bromley
Table Tennis Runner-Up Robert Dickman
Table Tennis Endeavour Cheryl (from Alnwick)
Archery Winner Kimberley Bradshaw
Archery Runner-Up Jack Gill
Archery Endeavour Marion Navin/Lily Navin
Swimming Winner Jamie Bromley
Swimming Runner-Up Corri Bettison
Swimming Endeavour Jack Coultherd