Tulloch Homes was delighted to sponsor an orienteering award recognising the significant contribution young people make to developing the sport.
The inaugural winner of the Young Orienteer of the Year Award is Ben Brown (pictured).
Ben, of the ESOC club, was presented with a quaich and a family pass to Landmark Adventure Park by the Scottish Orienteering Association as part of the Year of Young People 2018.
Well done Ben!
George Fraser, Tulloch Homes’ chief executive, said: “We are delighted to be involved with the award for Young Orienteer of the Year. Tulloch Homes are committed to assisting young people getting involved in sport as we recognise the benefits for the individual and also for a healthier society.”
Ben was selected for his considerable contribution to orienteering through his proven track record of volunteering at events, organising events, planning courses and helping to remap areas.
Having attended a Coaching Foundation course, he has used his enthusiasm, skills and experience to coach his local cub group in orienteering. Ben is described as “always keen, always enthusiastic and an absolute credit to the club”.
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