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Committee Members

Committee Members

Angie Keith

Board Member and Minutes Secretary
Tel: +44 (0)1224 507691
Angie has been involved in hockey since her school days and currently both plays and is President for her club Aberdeen Bon Accord MBC Hockey Club.

Angie’s specialism lies in her over 35 years’ experience in IT and Project Management and she has worked in both the private and public sectors.  A qualified Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, she is currently the Operations and Digital Manager for Opportunity North East and is a former Board Member for Scottish Hockey and Vice-Chair of the Mid-Deeside Community Sports Hub.

Caroline Walker

Board Member and link to NE Youth Sport Youth Sports Panel
Tel: +44 (0)1224 507691

Gordon McCathie

Board Member and Interim Chair
Tel: +44 (0)1224 507691
Gordon loves sport and has experienced sporting success over the years in Rugby, Fencing and Judo. It is Judo though, where Gordon is most passionate and since relocating to Aberdeen in 2010 to launch his new club, Ultimate Judo, he now coaches over 400 students each week.  Gordon is also currently Vice-Chair of Judo Scotland, the NGB for Judo.

Gordon puts real value on the benefits of sport in communities and strongly believes that sport can change lives at all levels, and he very much looks forward to helping the cities clubs flourish in these challenging times.

Tom Lambert

Board Member and Membership Secretary
Tel: +44 (0)1224 507691
Tom Lambert is Membership Secretary of ClubSport Aberdeen. His role is to approve and manage club memberships.

Outside this role, sport is very much a part of his life through his involvement as a junior national badminton coach and coach education tutor.

Mark Pain

Community Sport Manager (Sport Aberdeen)
Mark Pain supports the works of the board of ClubSport Aberdeen in a non-voting capacity through his role as Community Sport Manager for Sport Aberdeen.  

He has been an active member of Granite City Wanderers Hockey Club for over 15 years, initially as a player, then as a coach who wanted to give something back to the sport. 

Mark is also a keen Badminton player, and set up Granite City Badminton Club in 2006, with the aim of creating a welcoming environment for all standards and ages of players to be able to develop their game.

Neil Paterson

Board Member
Tel: +44 (0)1224 507691
Neil started running football teams for King Street Sports Club in 1971 when he was still playing for the club in the Granite City League.

For ten years he ran the club’s team in the Hazlewood League on the Saturday morning as well as running their under-14 team in the Youth Service League on a Saturday afternoon. During this period he also served as the organising secretary of the Grampian Union of Boys Club as well as being President of the Aberdeen Youth Service League.

In 1985 he managed the King Street Belmont team that won the Scottish Juvenile Cup at under-16 level, the first club from Aberdeen to do so. Andy Smith, who scored the winning goal in that final, went on to score a goal for Airdrie in the Scottish Cup Final against Rangers.

Neil served as club secretary and president of the King Street Sports Club for more than 30 years.

He was awarded a Life Membership of the Aberdeen and District Juvenile FA in 1991 and has served on its executive committee for more than twenty-five years.

With the formation of the Scottish Youth FA in 1999 Neil undertook the voluntary role of North Regional Secretary with responsibility of organising the local rounds of the Scottish Cup and arranging the selection process for the various age group Regional Development Squads.

In 2004 Neil was awarded the Scottish Youth FA Presidential award for his serves to youth football and in particular his work in developing a Club Resources Pack for new clubs and his work on producing match programmes for Scottish Cup semi-finals and finals. He was further honoured by the SYFA with the award of a Life Membership in 2009.

In 2008 Neil was elected as President of the Aberdeen and District Juvenile FA, before going on to become Association Secretary in 2012. He still holds this position as well as Regional Secretary for the SYFA.

Neil has been a member of the SFA North Regional Committee since its inception in 2008. He was also an executive committee member of the old Aberdeen Sports Council.

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