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Scarborough Football Scholarship coach Ryan Blott has been named Scarborough Athletic first-team coach and club captain. Boro’s all-time leading goalscorer will not only be part of the playing staff next season, but he will take up a first-team coaching role and will be the club captain. “It is huge for me, I’ve been at Scarborough since Under-10s. I was gutted when I left the club a few years ago, but it was the right decision
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The Scarborough Football Scholarship is delighted to welcome teacher and expert goalkeeper coach Andy Phillips on board. Andy is a UEFA B keeper coach, with a degree in physical education and a PGCE qualification. He has played non-league football for a number of clubs and has run his own specialist goalkeeper coaching sessions for over nine years. He said: “I am really excited to be back coaching in Scarborough and joining Scarborough Football Scholarship. A
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Connor Avison celebrates a goal for the Scholarship Scarborough Football Scholarship defender Connor Avison has been named Scarborough Athletic Under-19s player of the year. Connor, who is a first-year student at the Scholarship, has had an exceptional year under the watchful eye of coaches Ryan Blott and Denny Ingram. Coach Blott said: “Connor has come on so much since he joined the Scholarship and he deserves all the praise he is getting. “I look forward
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Billy Chapman A quartet of Scarborough Football Scholarship students have been training with Scarborough Athletic. New boss Darren Kelly invited Max Wright, Nathan Parker, Josh Fergus and keeper Billy Chapman down to their training session at York St John’s College. Kelly is also keen for the four to continue to train with Boro regularly. He said: “They all came in and did very well. It is great to have these young lads involved because they
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Scarborough Scholarship Whites return to action after the Half-Term on Wednesday November 6th when they host Beverley Grammar at the Flamingo Land Stadium, 2pm kick off. The clash in the BUCS Cat Two League will be the Scholarship teams’ only game of the week. All of the Scholarship’s three mens’ teams are back in action next week. The National League side are on hosting duty against Eccleshill United, while the Reds travel to play Carlisle
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Scarborough Athletic Scholarship under-19s kick off their National League fixtures on Wednesday. The Boro team begin their season with a trip to Harrogate Town at their CNG Stadium-base on Wednesday, with a 2pm kick off. Boro Scholarship National League fixtures September 11 Harrogate Town (a) 25 Frickley (h) October 16 Pontefract (a) 30 South Shields (h) November 13 Eccleshill (a) 20 Gateshead (h) 27 Farsley (a) December 4 Carlisle United (h) 11 Blyth Spartans (h)
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Chris Pearson has emerged as another success story from the Scarborough Football Scholarship. Following on from students who have gone on to work at Premier League clubs and coach abroad, the 18-year-old has excelled in both his studies and his football training, from there he is reaping the rewards. Scholarship coaches Denny Ingram and Ryan Blott have recruited him for BetVictor side Pickering Town for the new campaign, while in the classroom he has come
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Our Flamingo Land Stadium base The combination of Scarborough Football Scholarship and Scarborough Athletic under-19s will kick off their National Alliance League fixtures with an away clash at Harrogate Town.That clash will be played on September 11 at the CNG Stadium.The Boro youngsters’ first home game will be a fortnight later on September 25 with the visit of Frickley.In October, Boro will face a trip to Pontefract and then a home game against South Shields,
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The link between Scarborough Athletic and the Scarborough Football Scholarship will break new ground in September when the club enter the FA Youth Cup for the first time. Boro Under-19s have been drawn on the road at Brigg Town in a game that will be played in the week commencing Monday September 2. Scholarship coach Ryan Blott, who is also joint manager of Boro Under-19s with Denny Ingram, said: “It is very exciting for us
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Scarborough Athletic’s Michael Coulson has signed up to do a BSC Hons degree with the Scarborough Football Scholarship. The 31-year-old, who also played for Scarborough FC, St Johnstone, Barnsley and Grimsby Town, will be studying for the Sports Coaching Degree at the Scholarship’s Flamingo Land Stadium-base from September. Coulson said: “In the future when my playing career is over, I’ll be looking at opportunities to remain in the game. “To be involved in professional sport
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