A trainer with Inverness Tennis Membership has been named Highland younger trainer of the yr.
Jana Brady (24) used to be offered together with her prize at this yr’s Highland Training, Officiating and Volunteering Awards at Highland Rugby Membership through Steve Walsh, leader government of Prime Lifestyles Highland.
Ms Brady is the youngest individual and primary lady to be appointed to district trainer stage within the Highlands.
The awards are run through Prime Lifestyles Highland in partnership with sportscotland.
They recognise the exceptional contribution and important have an effect on of native coaches who allow high quality recreation and bodily task alternatives to occur in communities around the Highlands.
Mr Walsh stated: “I truly loved listening to in regards to the exceptional contribution and important have an effect on native coaches have made to allow high quality recreation and bodily task alternatives to occur in communities around the Highlands.
“The awards cement our partnership with sportscotland in recognising those contributions and it used to be a excitement to be concerned.”
Different awards at the evening went to Tracy Tamijmarane from Inverness Town Basketball Membership who used to be named efficiency construction trainer of the yr, and Kim Neill from Nairn, who runs the Cricket4All programme devised along with organisations together with Cricket Scotland, Incapacity Highlands, Highland Council and Nairn County Cricket Membership to spice up participation within the recreation.
She won the lifetime award in training and volunteering.