Boccia is a game, similar to French boules, suitable for children and adults with physical, sensory or learning disabilities.
The national championships were held in Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, for the first time and competitors from across the UK were in action.
Adam defended his title and current regional champion Ian was also in action.
But Daniel trumped them all and is now preparing for the National Special Olympics in Bath at the end of August where he will play singles as well as joining forces with Adam and Ian in the team event.
The Academy’s boccia coach Jane Whetnall added: “This is the first national title since our move to our new premises on Broad Street. It couldn’t have happened to a nicer lad.”
For details on the work of the Cheshire Academy call 01270 255355 or visit http://www.disabilitysport.com.