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This season, Diamondz boasts undefeated Cheer and Dance Teams, reigning champions for three consecutive years. Notably, three team members and their coach achieved World Champion status as part of Team Scotland in 2023. Excitement mounts as six Diamondz athletes prepare to represent Scotland at the World Cheer & Dance Championships in Florida in April 2024. Additionally, news arrives that two Diamondz teams have earned the honor to represent Inverclyde/Scotland at the Allstar World Championships in Florida 2025, sparking further enthusiasm. With five national titles secured in the ongoing 2024 season and a legacy of numerous national titles, Diamondz continues to demonstrate its excellence. Moreover, four athletes and their coach have achieved World Champion status, with one athlete securing second place and another third place in the global arena. Diamondz's remarkable achievements underscore its commitment to success and excellence in cheerleading and dance



The Greenock Wanderers Rugby U16 boys demonstrated their dominance by clinching victory in both the Glasgow and South U16s boys league, completing the season unbeaten. Their consistent performance throughout every game underscored their determination and skill on the field. Additionally, the U16s team participated in the national Cup, where they showcased their competitive spirit, narrowly missing out on reaching the semi-finals. This commendable achievement in both the league and cup competitions highlights the team's commitment to excellence and their ability to compete at a high level. The success of the Greenock Wanderers Rugby U16 boys reflects the dedication of the players, coaches, and support staff, as well as the club's emphasis on fostering talent and promoting a strong team ethos. Their accomplishments serve as a testament to their hard work and perseverance on the rugby field, earning them recognition within the league and contributing to the proud tradition of the Greenock Wanderers Rugby Club.

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At the 2023 Scottish National Age Groups in Aberdeen, the team achieved remarkable success at the national level. Despite being only 13 years old and participating in their first national competition, they clinched bronze medals in both the 4 x 100 Medley Relay and 4 x 100 Freestyle Relay events. Their achievement was particularly notable as they were initially seeded outside the medal positions.


The victories marked a historic moment for the club, as it was the first time they secured relay medals at a national event, showcasing the depth of talent within the club. Despite their relative inexperience, each member of the team demonstrated exceptional skill and determination on the national stage. They delivered outstanding performances, showcasing their ability to excel under pressure.


The success of the relay team was not only a significant accomplishment for the individuals involved but also a testament to the collective effort and commitment of Inverclyde ASC. The athletes' ability to perform beyond expectations and secure medals highlights the club's dedication to fostering talent and achieving excellence in competitive swimming.



They have achieved a remarkable feat by securing their second championship title consecutively. The competition encompasses swimmers aged 6 to 12 and features prominent clubs from across Scotland. This achievement marks a historic milestone in Inverclyde's swimming legacy, as they had never claimed this title prior to 2022, and their ability to retain the championship in 2023 underscores their growing prowess in the sport.


The young swimmers dedicate six months of intense training to compete against formidable opponents from all over Scotland. Their success is a testament to their hard work, determination, and resilience in facing formidable competition. Despite the challenges they encountered, the team demonstrated exceptional skill and tenacity to emerge victorious in such a prestigious event.


Securing the championship for two consecutive years showcases the team's consistency and ability to perform under pressure. Their achievement not only highlights their individual talent but also reflects the collective effort and commitment of the entire team. Inverclyde's Mini League team's success is a source of pride for the club and a testament to the bright future of swimming in the region

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Eleven members of Port Glasgow Otters were chosen to represent the West of Scotland Swim Team at the inaugural National Summer Games 2023, organised by Scotland Disability Sport at Stirling University Sports Campus. To prepare, both swimmers and coaches dedicated extra time to training sessions during their summer break, demonstrating their unwavering commitment to self-improvement and team success.

The event featured over 500 athletes across 10 sports, with the West of Scotland Team boasting 137 athletes and 40 coaches. The swimming competition, comprising 60 events and featuring five regions, presented a formidable challenge.


Despite the tough competition, Port Glasgow Otters members excelled, clinching a total of 27 medals: 10 gold, 10 silver, and 7 bronze. Notably, every swimmer secured a medal, with several achieving personal best times. Their outstanding performance reflects both their individual dedication and the collective strength of the team, showcasing their skill and determination on a national stage.


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