We are very proud to support young, aspiring sports stars!
During the last few years we have received numerous applications for funding from individuals who are aspiring sports stars in a variety of fields. It is amazing to see these young people's achievements and we are very proud to support them.
Harry is an up and coming star in the world of banger racing. During this season Harry managed to pick up a series of 1st places and top three finishes. He came third in the East Anglian Championship. With the season resuming in January, Harry hopes to build on his success and step up into Rookie Bangers. Good luck Harry!End of Season Report
Jacob received a grant from the Trust to help with costs towards some indoor cricket coaching sessions over the Winter.Cricket Coaching Sessions
Joe recently competed in Russia at the European Schoolboy Championships, he performed exceptionally well and came away with a silver medal and is now ranked second in Europe and is training hard with a goal of representing Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020!
Daniel is a talented javelin thrower and has trained in Finland which has a proud history of javelin throwers and produces some of the best in world. Daniel was able to gain lots of knowledge on how to improve every aspect of his training from technical ability to overall fitness. He continues to go from strength to strength.Finland Training Report
Max is a keen and talented wheelchair footballer. He trains and plays for both Norwich and Villa Rockets. Max was part of the Villa Rockets team who made it to the WFA Final in 2017 which was held in the US. Max was also the winner of The Mason Trust's Applicant of the Year award for 2016/17.