Rising stars of sport have been recognised by Slinfold Golf and Country Club.
Siblings Luke and Lorna Harty (Horsham), Guy Macey (Wisborough Green), Leila Rahmatallah (Lockswood) and Rebecca Gould (Cranleigh) have each won a year’s membership and a certificate to mark their achievements.
Karate enthusiasts Luke, 19, and Lorna, 21, have attended the Kenagi Academy of Martial Arts since they were small children and have progressed to become successful Black Belts.
Guy, 16, trains with Pulborough Rugby Club, while Leila, 29, is a successful dressage competitor and dance enthusiast, and Rebecca, 22, a talented athlete.
Andy McNiven, manager of Slinfold Golf and Country Club, said: “As a sporting venue, we’re keen to recognise the talents of young sporting stars, as well as inspiring the next generation to take up a sport. We had some great entries to the competition from some truly gifted and dedicated young men and women.
“The winners should be proud of their achievements and we wish them the best of luck in their sporting pursuits.”
Lorna said: “It means a lot to have our achievements recognised. We spend hours training most days to improve our skills, so it’s nice to be rewarded for all our hard work.
“Being able to use the facilities at Slinfold Golf and Country Club will enable us to better our fitness