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Eva Campbell, a 14-year-old athlete and coach at DM Diamondz Cheer and Dance Group, exemplifies true championship spirit. Devoting four evenings per week to training, Eva not only hones her own skills but also mentors younger athletes, passing on her expertise to the next generation of champions. Additionally, she dedicates her weekends to training with her national squad, showcasing her unwavering commitment to excellence from a young age.


Eva's accomplishments speak volumes: she holds multiple national solo titles in cheerleading and dance, and is a member of the undefeated Youth Jazz team and National Cheer & Dance Teams. Notably, Eva has been selected to represent Team Scotland at the World Cheerleading Championships in Florida for the third consecutive year, earning gold and the coveted Worlds Ring in 2023, along with silver and bronze medals in 2022.


Her achievements extend to the international stage, where she has garnered gold, silver, and bronze medals at the ICU World Championships. Eva's participation also marked a historic moment for Team Scotland, being the first-ever team to reach the finals in cheerleading. Flying the flag for Inverclyde, Eva's dedication and success are truly exceptional, showcasing her talent and determination on a global scale.



In 2023, Jamie's outstanding performances for Thorn Athletic and the Inverclyde Academy U16s school team garnered attention from Partick Thistle and the Scottish School Boys national set-up. During the P&D SFA Schools U16s league cup semi-final and final, Jamie showcased his talent, scoring numerous goals and contributing significantly to his team's success. His school team, including two other players, Shaun Paul and Ben, who were also involved in the Scotland regional set-up, secured the trophy for the first time in 16 years, marking a historic achievement for the school district. Subsequently, Jamie signed for Partick Thistle FC under 18s squad, further elevating his career prospects.


At the national level, Jamie's improved performances with Partick Thistle FC enabled him to earn trials for the Scottish Schools International squad, which he successfully secured. His consistent dedication and skill earned him a place in the squad, leading to his first Scotland cap. The team played several friendlies against notable opponents such as Australia, Stirling Albion, Glasgow University, and the Republic of Ireland, demonstrating Jamie's prowess on the international stage.

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