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Musselburgh coach Lyndon Williams receives national award

Lyndon Williams, sportscotland Disability Coach 2012 with sportscotland's Jacqueline Lynn and Beth Macleod at Stirling Management Centre, Dec 2012

Lyndon Williams, sportscotland Disability Coach 2012 with sportscotland's Jacqueline Lynn and Beth Macleod at Stirling Management Centre, Dec 2012

A DEDICATED coach – who has been the driving force behind disabled badminton in the UK – has landed a prestigious national award.

Lyndon Williams has been named the sportscotland Disability Coach of the Year in recognition for his tireless work on a club, national, and world stage.

The 48-year-old – who has been coaching for 28 years – devotes more than 35 hours a week to coaching and is now dreaming of seeing parabadminton included in the Paralympics.

The sportscotland Coaching, Officiating and Volunteering Awards provide the opportunity to thank coaches, officials, and volunteers for their dedication and recognise their achievements.

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