The legacy of Dunfermline badminton star Russell Hogg continues to have an impact thanks to the Russell Hogg Trust.
We were delighted once again to host the annual badminton charity event at Carnegie Leisure Centre which saw 1,000 for Disability Sport Scotland (SDS).
36 players took part with junior, senior and para participants on the day. The Russell Hogg Trust was honoured to have current Scottish Open men's doubles winners Adam Hall and Alex Dunn team up with junior internationalists.
Prize winners at the event in category one were Adam Hal and Callum Atterbury (winners) and Alex Dunn and Isaac Weir (runners up).
In the para section winners were Bill Hogg and Ross Foley, with runners up, Julie Hogg and a Ryan McDonald.
Julie Hogg, Russell's widow, established the trust to support athletes, said: "It was a unique event having able bodied players competing alongside para players - it was so much fun for everyone involved and having that little bit of competition in there gave it an edge."
Two SDS athletes are set to receive £500 bursary each that will help cover travel costs, competition entries, new equipment, etc for the 2020 season.