Alive and Kicking group grab top prize

Members of Alive and Kicking celebrate their 39-medal haul at the Spilsby Rotary Club's disabled sports day.
Members of Alive and Kicking celebrate their 39-medal haul at the Spilsby Rotary Club's disabled sports day.

MEMBERS of Alive and Kicking in Skegness took part in Spalding Rotary Club’s disabled sports day, which involved four other clubs, at the Castle Sports Centre, Spalding.

The group were successful, winning the overall prize, and claiming 39 individual and team medals.

Results

Softball throw, men, Brian Phillips (gold), Steven Atkins (silver); ladies, Jessica Harvey (bronze).

Standing long jump, men, Jason Phipps (silver), Kevin Freibergs (bronze); ladies, Patricia Mattangley (silver).

Shot putt, men, Kevin Freibergs (silver), Matthew Button (bronze); ladies, Patricia Mattangley (bronze).

50m walk, men, Kevin Freibergs (gold), Jason Phipps (silver); ladies, Emma Kidd (bronze).

50m sprint, men, Jason Phipps (gold); ladies, Charlene Cade (gold), Emma Kidd (silver), Patricia Mattangley (bronze).

100m walk, ladies, Emma Kidd (gold).

100m sprint, men, John Douglas (silver), Jason Phipps (bronze); ladies, Emma Kidd (gold), Charlene Cade (silver), Patricia Mattangley (bronze).

4 x 100 relay, men, Jason Phipps, John Douglas, Matthew Button and Kevin Freibergs (gold); ladies, Emma Kidd, Patricia Mattangley, Jessica Harvey and Charlene Cade (gold).

Wheelchair softball, ladies, Lesley Palmer (gold).

6 x 50m shuttle, men, Jason Phipps, Matthew Button, Steven Atkins, John Douglas, Simon Robinson, Kevin Freibergs (silver).

25m wheelchair, mixed, Lesley Palmer (gold), John Burrage (silver).

Best group, Alive and Kicking; best male, Kevin Freibergs; best female, Emma Kidd.