Arbroath basketball star thanks sponsors

Hannah Robb presents Maureen King from Voigt Partnership with a framed photograph to thank them for their sponsorship.

Hannah Robb presents Maureen King from Voigt Partnership with a framed photograph to thank them for their sponsorship.

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Under 16s Scottish basketball star Hannah Robb, from Arbroath, presented her sponsor Voight Partnership, with a photo of her recent success as one of the Scottish Squad in the European tournament in Malta in the summer.

Hannah, a pupil at Arbroath High School, came up against international teams from Wales, Andorra, Gibraltar and Malta, with the team winning all their games.in the European Tournament on Friday’s Cereal Sound programme on Radio North Angus.

Hannah said the highlights included bringing back gold to Scotland, receiving a trophy for being one of the top five players of the tournament and coaching sessions they delivered in Spain during their acclimatisation training.

Jacquie Forde CEO of the Wellbeing Alliance, who sponsored the Scottish team said: “We were delighted to have Hannah Robb as one of the Wellbeing Alliance Ambassadors in 2013-14.

“The Wellbeing Alliance is a management and training company that operates as a not-for-profit social enterprise and redistributes profits back into the community and has for the last three years supported elite and community projects encouraging sport and wellbeing for young women.

“The company has sponsored the Under 16 Scotland Womens Basketball Team for three years, taking them into schools in communities in disadvantaged areas to share lessons of wellbeing, health and basketball.”

Hannah, one of the top five star players of the tournament also plays for Tayside Musketeers Basketball team. She said: “I am very grateful for the sponsorship From Voight Partnership.”