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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The Scarborough Football Scholarship are delighted to further our link with Scarborough Athletic Football Club by teaming up to join the National Under-19 League. This will mean that our Scholarship footballers will be given the chance to tackle the likes of Carlisle United, York City and Halifax Town in a league that takes place on Wednesday afternoons. Our coaches will also still run the successful Under-19 team in the Northern Alliance League on a Monday
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Scarborough Football Scholarship’s first XI were edged out by Newcastle Elite Academy in a thrilling Cup game that finished 4-3. Robbie Scarborough scored two of the Scholars’ goals, with Chris Pearson adding the other. They were stung by an injury to keeper Lewis Maw in the second half, he had to be replaced between the sticks by Brad Wood. Josh Welburn was the star of the show for the Scholars at centre-back. Coach Ryan Blott
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Watch our video with Scholarship & Under-19 coach Ryan Blott. Interview with Ryan Blott
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       Next week (Fri 30th) sees the start of the new girls football league in which The Scarborough Football Scholarship have entered. The league is a 7 a side format and will see the girls face the likes of Barnsley FC, Rotherham United and Sheffield United. Girls coach Lee Sutton said ” This is a fantastic opportunity for the girls. After having some fixture frustrations earlier on in the season it’s great that
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Two Scarborough Football Scholarship students made their debuts for Scarborough Athletic on Tuesday night in the North Riding FA Senior Cup win against Redcar Town. Aidan Thurston and Robbie Scarborough both started the game, while ex-Scholar Ben Atkinson also played the full 90 minutes. Boro have also signed on Chris Pearson from the Scholarship and another ex-Scholar in Josh Wallace. Aidan said about his debut: “It was tough, but I thought I handled it alright. “It
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