David rewarded for his work with VIBE

PUBLISHED: 09:22 04 July 2017

David Stott.

David Stott.

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Clarence Bowling Club member David Stott was recently honoured at the National Championships of Visually Impaired Bowls England.

Uphill resident and Clarence Bowling Club member David Stott was recently honoured at the National Championships of Visually Impaired Bowls England, held at Royal Leamington Spa.

David, who is national team manager for VIBE was surprised to be called out by president Clive Robinson to receive the President’s Cup in recognition of the work he has done with VIBE nationally and the England team who came home from the last World Blind Bowls Championships (played in Cape Town, South Africa in March this year) with a gold and two bronze medals.

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