Across all of Scotland
 
Club: Blind Sailing
Website: www.blindsailing.net
Contact: Lucy Hodges; blind.sailing@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We provide sailing for blind and partially-sighted people of all ages and all abilities across Great Britain ... from dipping your toe in the water for the first time, to racing at a World Championships or at the Paralympics. Lots of fun in a safe environment.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club: Muckhart Golf Club Junior Section
Contact: Jim Kean; jim@muchartgolfclub.com
Brief Description: We have 127 young people on our Golf Development Programme and run free classes for Primary School children under the ClubGolf Scheme on Thursdays from 3.30pm to 4.30pm. We also have 19 coaches and helpers who support the young people to learn about golf. Muckhart Golf Club  has 27 holes and they are given over to youngsters on Thursdays from 4.30pm to 7.00pm throughout the golfing season. Anyone interested in joining should contact Jim Kean on 01259 781423. We also offer free tuition to ladies and girls interested in learning to play golf. We can provide the equipment. Contact Jan King, PGA Volunteer Coach, 01577 840524.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club: West of Scotland Wheelchair Sports Club
Contact: David McWilliam; Dave.mcwilliam@live.co.uk
Brief Description: We provide an introduction to the world of wheelchair sports and are a stepping stone to wherever you want it to take you. See our website for details of when and where we train and the activities we are involved in.
 
 
Club: Edinburgh University Rugby Football Club
Contact: Calum Williams; secretary@edinburghuniversityrfc.co.uk
Brief Description: EURFC, founded in 1857, was one of the original members of the Scottish Rugby Union. The club has a strong history of producing international players including 55 Scottish, 12 Irish and five English internationals. Touring has always been a prominent part of rugby at Edinburgh University RFC, giving the club an international profile. The biannual tours have so far visited Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina, Chile and Japan to name a few. The most recent tour of Brazil in June 2011 ended with a 20-20 draw against the national team. Today: Edinburgh University field four men’s rugby teams during term time, with games being played on both Wednesdays and Saturdays. The BUCS Performance Squad, known as Edinburgh University RFC, has recently been promoted to the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Premier League B, to play alongside the likes of Manchester University 1st XV and Loughborough 2nd XV. Edinburgh University Blues play in Scottish National 1. Both teams are made up from members of the Performance Squad and the 1st XV squad. The Edinburgh University Reds, consisting of other club members also play in a number of national and university competitions and leagues on both Wednesdays and Saturdays. Edinburgh University has a strong 7s culture, competing in a number of prestigious tournaments. Captained by Sam Bellhouse, the 1st VII this year won the Walkerburn 7s tournament and continue to make frequent appearances on the prestigious Radio Borders Kings of the Sevens circuit, the birthplace of the shortened game. In the coming seasons it is the aim of Edinburgh University RFC to build on the success of 2010/11, moving up through the ranks of British Universities as academic rugby players.
 
 
Club: Falkirk Wheelers
Website: http://www.falkirkwheelers.com
Contact: info@falkirkwheelers.com
Brief Description: We're a bunch of skaters from all backgrounds, mainly from in and around Falkirk - although we do welcome anyone. We don't have membership fees or commitments to attend regularly, we just split the cost of hall hire evenly for any of our events. We also play non-contact roller hockey three times per month. All level of skaters welcome, lessons available from a qualified instructor. Quads or inlines.
 
 
 
Club: Jordanhill Bowling Club
Contact: Robert Wilson; rwls91@aol.com
Brief Description: Founded in 1899, Jordanhill Bowling Club offers membership from the age of 8 to 80 and beyond. The club offers lawn bowls for novices and champions alike. We have just launched our new junior section with the help of Clyde 2014 the official Commonwealth Games mascot: http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/greens-are-go-and-clydes-bowled-over-by-the-good-news-for-junior-121204n.20776666.
 
 
 
 
Club: Edinburgh University Ladies Rugby Club
Contact: Jenny Meagher; rugby.ladies@ed.ac.uk
Brief Description: Established in 1989, the Edinburgh University Ladies Rugby Club caters for those looking for competitive rugby, keeping fit and playing just for fun. We are the only University in Scotland to be able to field two full women's teams for rugby. We're immensely proud of the fact that this means we cater for all levels, allowing anyone wanting to try a new sport a position on our team. We are always interested in bringing in people who have never played before and teaching them the game. This season we are planning to build on our past successes in the BUCS league and continue going from strength to strength.
 
Club: Jiu Jitsu (Self Defence) Edinburgh University
Contact: Edwin Li; eujjc.c@gmail.com
Brief Description: Jitsu is a martial art based on the traditional styles of Jiu Jitsu that originated and developed in medieval Japan. The core of the art comprises a system of throws, joint locks and strikes. Based on the principal of using an aggressor’s energy to their own disadvantage, Jitsu skills can be used by men, women and children to counter aggressive situations ranging from unwanted harassment to armed physical assault. Jitsu is a progressive martial art that offers a means of personal and physical development, as well as an effective system of self-defence. Regular training can help to improve strength, fitness, flexibility, co-ordination and posture. Moreover, most people find that over time Jitsu can improve their self-esteem and self-confidence. Edinburgh University Jiu Jitsu Club is part of The Jitsu Foundation and the style of jitsu taught is Shorinji Kan Jiu Jitsu.
 
 
 
 
Club: Woodend Bowling and Lawn Tennis Club
Contact: Tom Hamilton; wbcgents@virginmedia.com
Brief Description: A community based bowling and lawn tennis club that has introduced a number of exciting new youth development programmes in a bid to encourge wider community engagement in the sport of lawn bowls. The juniors section, Woodend Warriors, have regular coaching sessions on Sunday afternoons (during summer and winter months). For more information contact Tom Hamilton at wbcgents@virginmedia.com.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club: Woodend Bowling and Lawn Tennis Club
Contact: Tom Hamilton; wbcgents@virginmedia.com
Brief Description: A community based bowling and lawn tennis club that has introduced a number of exciting new youth development programmes in a bid to encourge wider community engagement in the sport of lawn bowls. The juniors section, Woodend Warriors, have regular coaching sessions on Sunday afternoons (during summer and winter months). For more information contact Tom Hamilton at wbcgents@virginmedia.com.
 
 
 
 
Club: No Limits
Contact: Paul Weddell; paulweddell@talktalk.net
Brief Description: Multi sportsclub for children and young people with a disability. We specialise in boccia, archery and table tennis and meet every Saturday morning at Linlithgow Leisure Centre. Regular sessions include badminton, carpet bowls, darts, basketball, football and hockey.