The Heroes Centre is delighted to induct 18 year old Mhairi Davidson into the Wall of Fame.

Having taken up fencing at the age of 10, and being coached by her Father, Mhairi has quickly risen to become one of Scotland’s rising sports stars.

In her short career Mhairi has become the Scottish Fencing Over-16 Girls Master-at-Arms (with the best score overall in each of the 3 fencing weapons) two years running, and in her final year, winning Gold in each of the weapons.

Mhairi has fenced for Scotland in several team events, including representing Scotland in the UK Schools Games twice and was part of the medal winning Women’s Epee team both times.

Phil Worms, Director of Helensburgh Heroes stated: “It is a pleasure and an honour to include Mhairi within the Centre’s Wall of Fame for her fantastic sporting achievements. Mhairi joins a fast growing list of young Heroes, musicians Ryan Young and Kyle Warren together with fellow sportsmen Gordon Reid, Luke Patience, Stuart Fraser, all of whom are setting the standards as our role models of the future.