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NIAM

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So far, Niamh has raised over PS1,000 for Marie Curie.
Niamh, from Northern Ireland, had put her symptoms down to stress but thankfully the optician's appointment spotted her aggressive brain tumour before it was too late.
Niamh said: "Working for Walt Disney World not only provided me with hospitality/entertainment specific experience but enabled me to learn from a leading company in the field.
Learning Liam, Ezann and Nathaniel while (inset) Olivia and Niamh enjoy the reading corner
Her proud mum Mhairi said: "Niamh plays for the central regional Scotland side but this was her first time representing the full national team.
Good Girls, written and directed by Niamh and produced by Jack Cowhig, is about Pinkman's finest student and head girl Bonnie who takes the viewer on a tour of her school as she tries to round up the captains in time for a photo.
He told her something was happening and when she looked through binoculars she saw a sign saying, "Niamh will you marry me".
While out with Niamh and Aiden in Troon one day, the Campbells decided to visit Stewart Milne Homes' Earl's Green development, where designobsessed Niamh instantly fell in love with the five-bedroom Southbrook.
Sports Minister Dahne Ross said: "I would like to congratulate Niamh on her historic appointment.
Her gran Sheila, 57, whose entry was chosen at random from hundreds that flooded in from across the UK, said: "Niamh is mad about Harry Potter.
Treated at the children's hospital since birth, the hard-working student at Bishop Challoner Catholic College is grateful for the care she has received, inspiring Niamh to turn to fundraising as a way to say thank you.