Doncaster Sports Awards: Gordon Laidlaw

Keepmoat Stadium Sports Awards in conjunction with the Doncaster Free Press. Cricketer Gordon Laidlaw (centre) was the winner of the Disabled Sports Personality of the Year award. He received his award from Chris Fry (sponsor) and Mickey Walker (right).  Picture: Malcolm Billingham D0513MB
Keepmoat Stadium Sports Awards in conjunction with the Doncaster Free Press. Cricketer Gordon Laidlaw (centre) was the winner of the Disabled Sports Personality of the Year award. He received his award from Chris Fry (sponsor) and Mickey Walker (right). Picture: Malcolm Billingham D0513MB

CRICKETER Gordon Laidlaw spoke to the Free Press about the pride he felt wearing England’s three lions over the winter.

Laidlaw, from Adwick-le-Street, played for England against Pakistan in the first ever disability international cricket series, held in Dubai.

The 31-year-old spoke to our man Paul Goodwin after winning the Disabled Sports Personality of the Year award.

See this week’s Doncaster Free Press for full coverage of Friday night’s Doncaster Sports Awards.