The organisers acknowledge the invaluable support of Rothiemurchus Estate, Glenmore Forest Park and Pityoulish Estate in helping us ensure that as well being competitive and enjoyable that the CAT is also environmentally sustainable.
Following CAT 2015, the committee chose to support Windsurfer Erin Watson:
Jake's season continues to go well at Highland RFC, the team are currently
mid table in the national U18 league, and have had some ups and downs and a
number of key injuries. Jake has been picked at a starting 2nd row in all
games so far, so is contributing well to the club. The team are currently
competing the in Caledonian Cup completion and so far are unbeaten, so
progress is good. In addition to club rugby Jake has also competed now in two
School rugby games, which have both been won with flying colours, Jake
scored a try in both matches, which he is very pleased about.
In addition to this Jake hopes to use his rugby skills to secure a place at
RGU in September as he travels to Aberdeen to study a sports science degree
(fingers crossed all goes to plan) he has also attained his Level 1 swim
coach qualification and has been working for Grantown swim club as a regular
coach on Friday evenings in Grantown and Aviemore, adding something back to
the local area to help create new and future swim athletes in the community. Jake would like to pass on his gratitude for the sponsorship & support this
season, and hopes to finish the season this year with some "bling" to round
off his final season for Highland U18's, and indeed Highland RFC as he moves
onto pastures new.