And Disability Sport Wales national performance manager Anthony Hughes received his MBE for services to sport.
What does DSW stand for?
DSW stands for Disability Sport Wales (UK)
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We have 78 other meanings of DSW in our Acronym Attic
- Deutsches Sozialwerk (German: German Social Services)
- Developmental Services Worker
- Device Status Word
- Dick Size War
- Dienst Sociale Werkvoorziening (Dutch: Sheltered Service)
- Diesel Seawater
- Direct Scheduled Work-order (USAF Civil Engineering)
- Direct Service Workforce (various organizations)
- Directed Stockpile Work
- Director of Social Welfare (Hong Kong)
- Disaster Service Worker (California)
- Disconnect Switch (various companies)
- Division of Surface Water
- Divorced Separated Widowed (marital status)
- Doctor of Social Welfare
- Doctor of Social Work
- Dolly Sods Wilderness
- Dust Storm Warning (Emergency Alert System code)
- Goodbye (Morse Code abbreviation)
- Work Space (file extension)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This project, which sees the start of a pathway forming from the community game to international level, has caught the eye of both Sport Wales and Disability Sport Wales and they are delighted to be onboard.
Jones, from Tonypandy, started playing pan-disability football, but after trials for Disability Sport Wales he realised that his talents were better suited to athletics.
Disability Sport Wales national performance manager Anthony Hughes got his MBE for services to sport.
Sport Wales announced an extra pounds 20,000 a year for Disability Sport Wales yesterday, the national governing body responsible for Welsh disability sport taking the annual investment from Sport Wales beyond pounds 1m.
Announcing an extra pounds 20,000-a-year boost in investment for Disability Sport Wales (DSW), Sport Wales chair Laura Mc-Allister said: "I am extremely pleased to announce this funding increase today of all days.
The event, now in its ninth year, is organised by Disability Sport Wales and gave 15 schools from across South Wales the opportunity to take part in a series of drills and an organised tournament.
Sport Wales Chair Laura Mc-Allister, said: "Our small nation is a Paralympic powerhouse, make no mistake, and Disability Sport Wales have been the driving force behind the seismic shift in the profile and successes of disability sport in this country.