Daniel is a Wheelchair user he was born with Spina Bifida. He is one of the most inspirational young people that I have ever met. A 21 year old enjoying life and all that it has to offer regardless of his Disability. I first met Daniel when he attended the gym whilst he was at secondary school. He put the rest of us in the gym to shame. At eight years of age he started playing Wheel Chair Basket Ball he is now a key member of the Knights Basket Ball Team based in Antrim. He is dedicated to the development of this club. He trains three days a week for two hours each session - accolades are too many to mention. He has completed a Computing Degree at the University of Ulster Jordanstown and travels independently. Special people are a rare bred, they come into our lives for a reason and watching Daniel progress through all of lifes milestones is an inspiration to everyone that knows him. This is not uniquely my nomination, just a voice for so many others that have mentioned him to me over the years. Recently, he attended a training course in Disability Football in order to become a voluntary coach in a local club for children and adults with disabilities. He travelled for four hours and volunteered to take the club in its infancy in order to make sure that it happened for the people of Moyle. He is always happy and always willing to help out. He deserves to have a truely monumental privilege.born with Spinabifida and hydrocephalus completed a foundation Computing Degree at the University of Ulster Coleraine.