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"The enthusiasm has been there and they've been bouncing, so hopefully we can deliver a bit and have a fair go on Saturday night."We need to rediscover some confidence, that's what we've been aiming for this week.WINDSOR teenager Conor Gough has been handpicked to follow in the footsteps of Olympic champions Justin Rose and Mo Farah after being fast-tracked on to a sporting excellence scheme.The 14-year-old St Joseph’s Catholic High School pupil was singled out by England Golf to join a mentoring scheme funded by Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) in partnership with Sports Aid.AS a candidate in the Horwich Town Council, Church Ward by-election I ignored the personal attacks and concentrated on my achievements on all of my literature and did not mention any other candidate.
Any less than that Jack and their Town Council seat would have been lost.
We decided on the top quarter and I split the cards on the Jack of Diamonds.
A good card and the odds were in my favour however the Lib Dem candidate then found the Queen of Clubs further down.
He said: "I just wanted the results to make me feel proud of myself and for my teachers to be rewarded. "I was a bit nervous for the camera but I'm not embarrassed about my dyslexia and dyscalculia even though I struggle to write and it might encourage other children and adults to get help.
When I started secondary school I had a reading age of under seven and no maths skills so I am really proud of my results.
“It feels really good to be a part of Sports Aid and Royal Bank of Canada, having them behind me will be really good.