Last night Katrina and Becky represented The Foster Care Co-opearative in Wales, at the European Capital of Sports Awards 2014 held at the prestigious Millennium Stadium
The prestigious Millennium Stadium in the heart of Cardiff hosted a special sports award gala as the city celebrates its year as the ‘European Capital of Sport’.
Some of the world’s greatest sportsmen and women, as well as some of the most iconic sporting teams, have performed at the Welsh capital’s many world class facilities, and many of the city’s own sporting stars have brought medals and titles back to Cardiff. Attendees included Aron Gunnerson (Cardiff City Football Club), Aled Siôn Davies MBE (paralympian athlete) and other Welsh celebrities such as Lucie Jones, Owen Money and The X Factor's 'The Brooks Twins' who gave a special acoustic performance.
The Foster Care Co-operative is sponsored the award for ‘Junior Sports Personality’. A young sports person who has achieved a high level of success in their chosen sport this year, or who has gone that extra mile off the pitch achieving great things for their local community. All three finalists were in attendance, but the winner was Harri Jenkins for his contribution to Welsh Wheelchair Basketball (pictured above with his award). Our congratulations go out to all three finalists - all of you have achieved so much in your field and we wish you the best of luck for the future.
You can see our photographs from the event here: