Soroptomists International

Our chairperson Elizabeth Ferris was along to speak to the Dundee Soroptomist International meeting tonight.

At the end of the talk Elizabeth was most pleased to be presented with a generous donation of £562 by SI President Fiona Bullions to take back to Dragons HQ.

It’s always wonderful to hear that local groups have chosen to support us; the SI ladies put on a fantastic quiz night to raise these funds, and we’re so grateful to them for their time and hard work!


Glasgow Wheelchair Tennis Tournament Success

This weekend saw two Dragons head to Glasgow for the penultimate Tennis Foundation National Wheelchair Tennis Series event of 2016.


David Birtles was top seed in the Novice Singles, and he took the title 6-2.


David then joined forces with fellow Dragon Frazer Smith in the Novice Doubles competition where both men took the runners up spot.


Here they are with none other than Paralympic Gold Medalist, Gordon Reid.

Well Done Guys!


Wheelchair Rugby League Four Nations


This weekend saw Scotland Wheelchair Rugby League on the court in Rochdale, competing in the Wheelchair Rugby League Four Nations.

It was a difficult tournament for the #WRLBravehearts as they had limited training time together in the run up to the competition, and unfortunately that was evident on the score board. As always the commitment on court was top notch from all the squad and support staff, lots of whom hailed from the Dragons ranks.

Ronny Robb made his international debut at this year’s event, and here he is showing what he can do!

Scotland U15s Bring Home The Gold!

Scotland are the Under 15 British Wheelchair Basketball Lord Taverners’ National Junior League Champions!


The U19 squad wasn’t without DDWSC Representation either, with Gemma Lumsdaine working hard for the team on the court, and Coach Jen Scally assisting on the sidelines they came in 7th in the UK in their competition.
Here are the U15 Dragons showing off their bling!


Well Done to Blair Marshall, Murran MacKay and Ben Leitch!

Safe travels home guys, we can’t wait to see your GOLD Medals at training!

New Season Starts This Weekend

We hope everyone has had fun and been recharged over the last few weeks break, but now it’s time to get back to the court!
Saturday training resumes at Lynch Sports Centre this weekend 13th August and Tennis will start back at Dawson Park on Thursday 18th August.
We can’t wait for the new season to start; there are lots of exciting events coming up!
To those friends of the club who have yet to join in, If you want to get involved as a player or volunteer we’d love to have you along!