Zoey Clark – one of 15 Scots to land funding support from the Ron Pickering Memorial Fund
A record number of young British athletes are to this year receive £43,000 in grants from the Ron Pickering Memorial Fund.
And we make it no fewer than 15 Scots on the overall list of 199 athletes from 109 clubs to have been handed grants amounting to that £43,000 total.
Alisha Rees and Erin Wallace, medallists at the European Youths last summer, are among those being assisted as well as GB and NI Combined Events duo Holly McArthur and Howard Bell.
The RPMF helps a number of the country’s top athletes make the transition from junior to senior level by providing financial support for equipment, specialist training and travel as well as providing a vital confidence boost.
Congratulations to those athletes listed, and there coaches and clubs, from all at scottishathletics on this recognition of their hard work.
Here’s the list of Scots we have highlighted on the overall list suppled by RPMF:
Miraji Ahmed – Glasgow School of Sport
Howard Bell – Edinburgh AC
Adam Boyle – VP-Glasgow
Cameron Boyek – Shildon
Katy Brown – Stewartry
Zoey Clark – Aberdeen AAC
Ben Greenwood – Perth Strathtay
Jack Lawrie – Pitreavie AAC
Holly McArthur – Edinburgh AC
Joel McFarlane – Arbroath & District
Steph Pennycook – Edinburgh Un Hare and Hounds/Fife AC
Alisha Rees – Banchory Stonehaven/Edinburgh
Jax Thoirs – VP-Glasgow
Erin Wallace – Giffnock North AAC
Shelby Watson – Red Star AC
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