One Year on..

The first year after becoming a referee is one of the most important for development. At the Edinburgh and District we want to ensure that our officials are supported and enjoy being part of the Association. We asked Sean Duff to let us know how he got on in his first year….

Just over a year ago I signed up to the new entrants class & decided to give refereeing a go. At the class I wasn’t long in realising that even though I had played football for about 15 years I actually didn’t know the game as well as I thought. After 6 enjoyable weeks of learning the laws of the game I completed the course.

Before I had refereed my first game I started going along to the training sessions on a Wednesday night and was really anxious about what to expect. It turned out I had nothing to be worried about, as although you’re worked hard and pushed every week, the group of referees there are a great support and tell brilliant stories about their games! Now going to training is one of the things I look forward to most about my week as its great catching up with everyone at the same time as pushing each other to get fitter.

My first game was Hearts against Hamilton under 12s at the Oriam and now looking back it’s funny to think how much progress I’ve made since then. I was more stressed before my first game as a referee than I ever was a player, worrying about all the things that I could do wrong. How do I get the team lines? How should I introduce myself as the referee? What if I log the match details wrong? As soon as the game started however, that all went and I couldn’t help but love the buzz of being involved as an official. I knew that my development adviser on the touchline was there to support me and keep me right, and getting told what I was doing well at half time and being given pointers for the second half, reassured me that I was doing well and gave me the confidence to go out and enjoy the experience. I remember feeling relieved when I blew the final whistled having worried so much before the game started, however I’d caught the buzz and now couldn’t wait to do it all over again.

Throughout my first year I can now say I’ve been involved in over 50 games both as a referee and assistant referee. My two biggest highlights so far have been being appointed as an assistant referee in the East of Scotland league where I learn a lot from experienced referees, and being promoted to Category 4 Development which enables me to referee in the under 20s Lowland/East of Scotland league. Now in the upcoming season I’m looking forward to gaining more experience through officiating at a higher level and continuing to enjoy refereeing!

2018 Highlights – SFAR Edinburgh and District

Once again the Association has enjoyed another successful year, not only measured in the number of new entrants, prestigious appointments and promotions but by the healthy activity which has taken place throughout the year as outlined by Vikki who has once again pulled together the highlights and major talking points.

What is remarkable is the amount of commitment shown to the Association not only in terms of on the park where it matters most in terms of performance but by all the off-field activity. In terms of commitment however it would be wrong not once again to highlight the examples set by Bill Mullan who  sadly passed away in November and George Smith who retired after 58 years unfailing service to Scottish Refereeing and our Association in particular.

I am sure the Association has a bright future ahead in the next year. We have now bedded in the new Constitution and the recent changes in our meeting format brought in by our President Stuart Luke has been refreshing with an even greater emphasis on coaching and reflection on refereeing which has given rise to some lively debate. If you have not been to an Association meeting can I encourage you to come along. You will be very welcome.

New Year, new goals…I am sure that you will use this time of the year to refocus and evaluate what you want to achieve from your  refereeing. It does not matter what level we are at or what role we play I am sure we all wish to continue to develop and to do our best.

Wherever this year takes us can I therefore on behalf of Calum, Martin and I wish you and your families every success and a Happy New Year.

Mark Doyle
Assistant Association Manager
SFAR Edinburgh and District

2018 Highlights

Referee Awareness Course January 2018

In January we held our referee awareness course, which was aimed at Females. We had a great attendance and some even transferred onto the full course! The day is a short course, which includes an interactive session! We are looking forward to our upcoming course in January 2019! Thanks to @ScotFASouthEast for supporting and to @murieutdgirls for coming along to help!

Nutritional Session – January 2018

We all know how hard it is after the Festive Period to look after our nutrition, which is why we held a nutrition session for all our members to come along and hear what can help us perform better!

La Manga Winter Training Camp

At the end of January our top referees went to the Scottish FA winter training camp in La Manga! Below is a photo of them before one of the training sessions with our Referee Committee member Calum Murray and our Physio Nicole!

Presentation to the Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity

At our association meeting in February we presented the Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity with a cheque for £2000!! This was the funds raised from our Annual Charity Quiz at the tail end of 2017. An absolutely fantastic amount!! We can’t wait to present the money from this years quiz early in the New Year!

Kieran Green Presented with Trophy for U18 Independent Schools Final

In February we presented Kieran Green with his award for being appointed to the U18 Independent Schools Scottish Cup Final!

Referee Courses 2018

During the year we run 2 referee classes one in February over 5 Sundays and the other in August over 10 Monday evenings. This is the full course, which will allow you to become a qualified Scottish FA referee. This year alone we have had 35 pass the course (5 of who are female), which is fantastic!! Look out for adverts on our upcoming class soon or for more info see our website or email

Futsal Course & Blog

In December we ran a Futsal Course in which 8 referees attended from EDRA and other Associations. We were very lucky that FIFA Futsal Referee Gordon McCabe came along to assist as well! In October Dominic Falconer wrote a blog for our website on why to become a Futsal Referee.

Daniel Graves featured on Scottish FA site

In February it was great to see Daniel Graves one of our Cat 3 Referees on the Scottish FA website speaking about his referee journey and how this began on the SQA Referee Course!! This year we had a fantastic amount of referees join through this programme, especially on the female refereeing side where we saw 4 new referees join the association!

Youth Referee Ambassador Programme Created

In 2018 Vikki Allan our Secretary who is also the Youth Referee Ambassador of Change until the end of this year created the Youth Referee Ambassador Programme. The Youth Referee Ambassadors are a follow on programme to the Scottish FA’s Youth Ambassadors of Change. In February Vikki Allan was featured on the Scottish FA website promoting this programme and why it is important for the recruitment and retention of referees.

Youth Referee Ambassador appointed for EDRA

In 2018 the Youth Referee Ambassadors were created this is a follow on programme to the Scottish FA’s Youth Ambassadors of Change. The YRA’s look to support recruitment and retention of young referees all over Scotland. Calum Doyle was appointed as our YRA here in Edinburgh and District!

Supporting International Women’s Day

At the Edinburgh and District Referee Association we are very lucky to have such a great group of female referees. Back at the end of 2015/early 2016 we set up our Women’s team to promote recruitment and retention of female referees. Back then we only had around 3-4 active female officials at the Association which had been stagnant for around ten years, we are now beyond delighted to have around 15! Back in March we celebrated International Women’s day by displaying a post of some of their achievements.

Presentations at SSFRA Dinner

In May the EDRA had a table at the SSFRA dinner in which Fiona Morton and Iain Snedden were both presented with awards for their appointment on the Women’s Scottish Cup Final in 2017!

Support the Referee Week on Sky Sports News

March was Support the Referee week on Sky Sports, we were very lucky to have two guest appearances on the show! Daniel Graves went on Sky Sports News to talk more about the SQA Referee course. He spoke about the benefits and skills that can be learnt from refereeing! Check out the interview below:

The second interview on Sky Sports News was Vikki Allan and Crawford Allan! They discussed the opportunities available to referees, the SQA programme at Holy Rood High School (which was being run by Daniel Graves with around 40 students taking part!!) and the great sponsorship between refereeing and the support which Specsavers offer.

SQA Presentations

In April Martin Clark and Mark Doyle both attended Holy Rood High School and Dalkeith High School to present a number of pupils with certificates for successfully passing the SQA Referee Course. 56 pupils sat the course, which is fantastic! Thanks to both Steven Wilson and Daniel Graves for leading the courses.

Trainers, Development Advisers and Seminars

Thanks to our Trainers and development advisers for a great year of training and development as well. We train every week with our trainers and they keep us in great shape. Our Development advisors also go to our games week in and week out to give us advice to make sure we are the best referees we can be. Once a month at training we run various different seminars focusing on aspects of officiating such as Assistant Referee, Sanction Procedure… etc.

Annual Dinner

In May we had our Annual Dinner, which is a Celebration of the Achievements from the Association members. Many awards were presented on the evening see list below:

National Cup Finals –Fiona Morton, Stewart Luke, Iain Snedden, Vikki Allan, Kevin Lindsay & Niamh Westwood

Nut of the Year – Nelson Da Silva

Trainers Award – Craig Ferguson

Referee’s Referee of the Year – Duncan Smith

Development Award – Mark Harris

Presidents Award – Derek Hall

Frank Campbell Memorial Award – Kieran Kennedy

Bill Tait – Ryan Lee

Retirements – Crawford Allan & Alan Hogg

At the Dinner we also share a video of achievements from throughout the season – check it out on our homepage!


At the end of the season we also had some retirements from the Association, these were recognised at the August Association Meeting.

Alan Ferguson

Andrew Shepherd

Gavin Kennedy

Willie Weir

Equal Playing Field

In March, Vikki Allan one of our female referees went to Jordan with Morag Pirie from the Aberdeen Association to be Assistant Referee in a World Record breaking football match. This was the second World Record for the duo after climbing Kilimanjaro in 2017 to get the record for the highest game in the world. The match in Jordan was the lowest Altitude match in the world by the Dead Sea. During this trip they also took part in 4 football camps across Jordan with 700 little girls teaching them football and refereeing skills. For some of the girls this was the first time they had ever played outside let alone with a football and was a very emotional trip! This was an initiative with @EqualPlayingField to raise awareness of gender equality in sports. Check out the documentary from their first trip with the second documentary airing soon about Jordan!


This year also saw David Doig and Simon MacLean complete their SCORE Training and were presented with certificates from Craig Thomson. SCORE (Scottish Centre of Refereeing Excellence) programme is the Scottish equivalent of CORE for our up and coming referees. This for looking at areas such as match preparation, player management, control of the game, tactical awareness and fitness training, combined with practical exercises and mental preparation.

We also caught up with David and Simon to hear all about how they found the programme.


This year also saw Daniel Graves and Craig Ferguson gain entry on the SCORE (Scottish Centre of Refereeing Excellence) programme which is the Scottish equivalent of CORE for our up and coming referees. This for looking at areas such as match preparation, player management, control of the game, tactical awareness and fitness training, combined with practical exercises and mental preparation.


2018 was a fantastic year for promotions at the EDRA, with around 18 officials being promoted! Well done to all!!

Development Academy

The Development Academy, which is now in its fourth year, continued in 2018 to support on a regular basis our development category referees. Regular seminars and fitness sessions have been held throughout the year with guest presenters and these have helped support a number of referees in their fledgling referee careers over the seasons. Thank you to all who helped support and also attend this.

Child Protection Team

This year also saw a massive project come into play for our Child Protection Officers at the EDRA! They had to ensure every referee pre 2004 had the EDRA up to date Disclosure. This was a massive project but the team were fantastic and never let it faze them. Thank you to George and David!

George Smith Retirement

In October it was announced that George Smith would be retiring as an observer. Mr Smith has been involved with refereeing and the Edinburgh and District Association for 58 years. Mr Smith was a top domestic official but also a FIFA Referee for Scotland, he retired from refereeing in 1992 and was appointed to what is known now as the Referee Committee. Mr Smith still remains as the only EDRA referee to have been appointed to the World Cup. The Association posted a tribute to Mr Smith on the website noting many of his accolades. There were further tributes at our Association meeting in November by Calum Murray. 

Social Team

At the Edinburgh and District Association we also have a great Social team who organise events throughout the year for our refereeing family! These have included great events such as go karting, regular get together, FootGolf, Annual Charity Quiz and our flagship event the Annual Dinner! Details of our Annual Dinner for 2019 were sent out recently by email and will be posted on social media early in the New Year.

2018 Appointments

We are very lucky at the EDRA to be appointed to some fantastic fixtures! Below are a list of prestigious appts this year:

In May the Women’s Leagues had their Cup Finals. Emma Hingant (AR1), Niamh Westwood (AR2) and Vikki Allan (Fourth Official) were appointed to the League One Cup Final between Hibernian U23 v Celtic. For the League Two Cup Final Vikki Allan was the Referee between Spartans FC v Kelty Hearts.

Back in April Iain Snedden and Ryan Lee were appointed to officiate at the Scottish Youth Cup Final Hibernian v Aberdeen as referee and fourth official respectively.

In May Fiona Morton officiated at the Women’s League Cup Final, Hibernian v Celtic. This match was live on BBC Alba.

David Doig was appointed to a UEFA Mini Tournament as an Assistant Referee for the U19 Elite Round:

Denmark v. Turkey

Austria v. Denmark

Denmark v. Bosnia & Herzegovina

In November Fiona Morton (Fourth Official) and Vikki Allan (AR2) officiated at the Women’s Scottish Cup Final, Hibernian v Motherwell. This match was live on BBC Alba.

Gavin Duncan was appointed to a UEFA U21 Championship Qualifying Match between Sweden v Hungary as Fourth Official.

Vikki Allan was appointed to a UEFA Women’s Champions League Tournament as Assistant Referee:

Gornik Leczna v Anderlecht

Gornik Leczna v Martve

Martve v Anderlecht

David Doig was appointed as AR1 at a UEFA Youth league 2nd Leg 1st Round match between IF Elfsborg v KR Reyjkavik.

A short tribute to mark the retirement of George Smith

By Martin Clark, Mark Doyle, Calum Murray and Paul Reid

George Smith has intimated his retirement as a Referee Observer. This brings to an end 58 years of active involvement in refereeing. In due course, the Management Committee will discuss the most appropriate way to mark Mr Smith’s unprecedented contribution to our Association and to Scottish refereeing more generally.

George Smith in action

Many members will know Mr Smith only as a Referee Observer. It was, however, as a referee that he first made his mark and assembled a refereeing CV that, for an Edinburgh referee, is unlikely to be surpassed. Largely due to his own modesty, it is little talked of these days. But it seems appropriate to set out some of the highlights to place his career, and news of his retirement, in its proper context. Having passed his entrance examination in August 1961, Mr Smith was promoted to Category 1 in 1971. He was first nominated as a FIFA referee in 1974 (at the then remarkably early age of 31) and served continuously between 1978 and 1991. He was regularly appointed to European club matches, including the 1989 quarter final, second leg between AC Milan and Werder Bremen (a match featuring the likes of Maldini, Van Basten, Gullit and Carlo Ancelotti). On the international stage, he was appointed to the Finals of the FIFA World Student Games (1987) and the FIFA World Youth Tournament (1989). But the pinnacle of his career arrived in 1990 with his appointment to referee at the World Cup Finals in Italy. He remains the only Edinburgh official to have been appointed to referee at a World Cup Finals.

Domestically, his achievements are similarly without rival. He was, in 1980, the first Edinburgh referee to take change of the Scottish Cup Final (an Old Firm Final, no less; he ran the line on the final 12 years earlier). He went on to referee the finals of 1988 and 1990 (the latter was the first to be decided by penalties; the only other final decided that way being the 2006 final, which was the next to be referee by an Edinburgh referee, his prodigy D G McDonald). That tally of refereeing three Cup Finals is the same as the rest of the Association put together! In 1988 and 1989, Mr Smith also refereed the Scottish League Cup Final. It almost goes without saying, that throughout his time at Category 1, he was a regular feature of the biggest games in the country.

George Smith

In August 1992, Mr Smith retired from active refereeing and in November 1992 was appointed to what is now known as the Referee Committee. He served on the Referee Committee for 15 years. Removal of the mandatory retirement age of 70 extended his time in the stand, which concluded earlier this week with his retirement. During that time, referees throughout Scotland, but most particularly within our Association, have benefitted greatly from his advice, experience, support and friendship.

That is only a summary of an unprecedented career. Fuller tributes will be paid at the November meeting. But it hopefully gives some context to a career that this Association is unlikely to see matched. And after 58 years, we all wish Mr Smith a very well earned, much deserved and happy retirement.

Why should I become a Futsal Referee?

On 3rd December the SFAR Edinburgh and District will hold a Futsal Conversion course at the Oriam, Heriot Watt. This course consists of some classroom learning for a couple hours and an exam. We are also going to host a local Futsal team so we can see officials in action. On the evening FIFA Futsal Referee Gordon McCabe will also be there to assist with the course. To sit the Futsal conversion course you just have to be a fully paid member within the Scottish FA. Why would you want to sit the course though and what would you gain?

We have asked Dominic Falconer about his experience as a Futsal Official…

Futsal Just five aside right? Not at all it’s a sport in its own right, think 11 aside laws, played on a court indoors with 5 players and you’re a little closer to understanding it. Don’t get me wrong that’s exactly what I thought it was before passing the conversion course back in 2015. Since then I’ve grown a far better understanding of the sport , played (well attempted) a couple of games and progressed to levels that never thought possible whilst sitting in a Tynecastle high classroom with around 20 other referees.
Futsal originated in Uruguay around the 1930s, with similar laws to association football, the main differences are:
• Smaller low bounce ball (usually size 4)
• Played indoors on a hard surfaced court delimited by lines
• 4 second count at restarts (goal clearance, corners and kick ins)
• 5 players 1 of which is the goalkeeper
• Unlimited substitutions
• Timeouts (1 per team per half)
• No Offside
I’ve officiated countless games at different venues in different cities all over Scotland. All in different situations you wish/want to be involved with whilst refereeing for example, promotion/relegation battles, top of the table clashes, semi finals, finals, Scottish cup the list is endless.

I’m thankful that Gordon McCabe (Scotland’s first FIFA Futsal Referee) and our fellow colleagues in Perth took me under their wing in the early stages of my futsal refereeing career, and actively encouraged me to cover games with them in the Perth league. Without their support and knowledge that early in my Futsal career I don’t think I’d be where I am today. With the help and support of colleagues from all over the country I’m delighted and honoured to say that I have been involved in some of the high profile matches within Scotland, also given the opportunity to officiate alongside them at the First ever SFL playoff event in the same season I started refereeing Futsal. I was then selected as Referee 2 for Scotland’s first ever Scottish Futsal Cup final and the same season standing alongside Gordon and our colleagues in a UEFA Sanctioned friendly between Scotland and Gibraltar as fourth official. I’ve been extremely lucky with the opportunities I have received, but it also goes to show that they are there if you work hard, show determination and willing to grasp them.

We are however short of qualified officials within the Edinburgh area, especially now the league runs from 2 venues. There is a conversion course coming up in Edinburgh on the 3rd December. I’d highly recommend it as personally it’s one of the greatest things I’ve done and the achievements are there to see and for anyone who wants them.

If you would like more information on the upcoming class or to register please get in touch

Regional Training Day – October 2018

As mentioned at our meeting on the 30th August, there will be a local Regional Training day on 7th October.

For those who were not in attendance at the meeting, the training day will take place on Sunday October 7th @ The Oriam and Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh. This will be with our colleagues from the Fife, Lanarkshire and Stirlingshire Associations. The Association would however also like to stress the importance of the day, primarily as it is designed specifically for referees operating in Grassroots football. From previous experience, the content of the day has been excellent, allowing you to get involved and also gain from learning from our top officials.

In order to assist, Mark Doyle has kindly agreed with some of our senior referees to take charge of fixtures on the day, thus allowing everyone the perfect opportunity to attend this extremely worthwhile day.
In order that we can regularly update the referee department with regards to numbers attending, Martin Clark will be keeping a register and would therefore ask you to book your place ASAP and e-mail him (cc’ing in Mark Doyle) at your earliest.

This is an excellent day and not one to be missed!

Scottish Centre of Refereeing Excellence (SCORE)

Last month you may have seen us post on social media about our Scottish Centre of Refereeing Excellence (SCORE) candidates. We recently had two of our members complete the programme and another two selected to start.

First of all you might be asking what SCORE is? SCORE is a programme ran by the Scottish FA Referee Operations department in collaboration with Heriot Watt University, has helped to identify and develop talented referees and assistant referees through intensive coaching, observation and training. It has provided the referees with opportunities to obtain one to one coaching and training from experienced coaches. Aside from the refereeing benefits, it has also exposed the officials to a number of academic topics which has helped them manage and deliver their matches successfully.

Recently David Doig and Simon Maclean completed their course which they started back in June 2016, so we sat down and asked them how their journey was…

David Doig

Being a part of SCORE’s first year with a focus driven towards assistant refereeing was a huge privilege, and having now successfully completed the course and reflecting back it was a great experience.

Having a current FIFA official as my Coach for the last two seasons has been invaluable, by being able to learn from his experiences and having the opportunity to discuss incidents occurring from my own matches, or, any other clips we could find from around the world.

The academic side of the course also gave us the opportunity to further explore different areas that have an effect on refereeing, and by having a deeper understanding we could develop these skills into our training or matches.

Simon Maclean

The SCORE programme has been a great opportunity to develop as an official. It has undoubtedly been hard work, but at the same time has been a highly motivating context for learning, and a privilege to be a part of.

Having games filmed on a regular basis, and the subsequent access to high quality footage, has provided an invaluable opportunity for self-analysis and improvement.

Allied to the opportunity to receive coaching and guidance from top level assistant referees, this has allowed me to develop both skills and confidence as an assistant referee.

The regular get togethers as a SCORE group, and the physical and practical training sessions from top referees and assistants, have also been of great benefit and highly motivating.

The academic course proved interesting and allowed me to look at some aspects of officiating in a new way, and gain further insight into my practice.

Congratulations to both on completing their course and we look forward to seeing their refereeing careers progress. We also announced last month that two new candidates had been selected from Edinburgh and District, Craig Ferguson and Daniel Graves. The Association and both David and Simon wish them both every success on their SCORE journey and can’t wait to see where it takes them.

Calum Murray – Pre Season note

The 2018-19 Season domestically has commenced and just a short note to wish all members well for the Season ahead.

2017-18 was a particularly busy and successful Season for the Association at all levels and saw the continued development of our young Officials and the servicing of the game from the Grass Roots level upward. A lot of hard work continues to go on behind the scenes and it is clear that this groundwork is assisting with the further promotion/s onto the Senior List ( Cat 3 ) of Jonathan Gall, Stephen Wilson and Chris Newman. The Female Referee numbers also continue to rise which is also very encouraging, as was some very well deserved positive movement and a further Season’s experience under the belt for those aspiring to progress further in their refereeing.

Whilst the World Cup will have thrown up many talking points, particularly on the use of VAR, it has again in my opinion showcased the fitness levels of the Elite Referees and I would again encourage you all to take advantage of the unique facilities at the Association’s disposal and to continue to work as hard as possible to ensure you are as fit and well prepared for the Season ahead as possible. The LotG changes are thankfully minimal this year, mainly encompassing the use of Video assistance, but nevertheless important as way of a refresher to run through and review the Laws regularly given the changes over the past few Seasons.

Martin, Mark and the respective Association ‘Teams’ continue to look at a number of initiatives to assist the membership on and off the park and, like myself, are available to discuss any aspect of your refereeing that may arise during the course of the Season ahead.

Good luck and enjoy the challenge.


Mock Fitness Test’s

Please see below message from Association Manager, Martin Clark and Assistant Association Manager, Mark Doyle

All Cat 3D – Cat 1’s

In view of the fact that the official test for Cat 3D through to Cat 1 will be scheduled by the Referee department to take place in June, it was felt appropriate to give everyone in these categories the opportunity to take part in a ‘Mock’ test.

We have therefore arranged for a ‘Mock’ fitness test to take place @ Craigswood on Tuesday the 15th May.

In order to arrange the various times / groups we (Mark and I) would be most obliged if you could confirm whether you intend to be in attendance or not by 11th May.

Could you please reply to both of us in this respect.

All Cat 4D’s & 4.s

I can confirm that the official test, due to take place for ALL Cat 4D’s and 4’s in June will be held @ Craigswood Sports Centre on Tuesday the 5th June

Could ALL Cat 4D’s and Cat 4’s please confirm their attendance to both Mark and I at their earliest convenience.

Note: Those who cannot attend the official test (as above) will of course be advised of alternative dates and venues when released by Drew Herbertson, thus allowing them to complete the mandatory test to allow for inclusion on the list of referees for season 2018//19.

Regional Training Day – May 2018

As mentioned at our meeting on the 5th April, I write to you all to reiterate the benefits of you attending the 1st Regional Training Day of the calendar year.

For those who were not in attendance at the meeting, The Training Day will take place on Sunday May 20th @ The Oriam and Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh.

Whilst notification of this excellent event has been posted on the Referee Extranet, I also attach a copy of a self-explanatory message from John Fleming (Head of Referee Operations).

I would however also like to stress the importance of the day, primarily as it is designed specifically for referees operating in Grassroots football (YOU).

From previous experience, the content of the day has been excellent, allowing you to get involved and also gain from learning from our top officials.

In order to assist, Mark Doyle has kindly agreed with some of our senior referees to take charge of fixtures on the day, thus allowing everyone the perfect opportunity to attend this extremely worthwhile day.

In order that I can regularly update the referee department with regards to numbers attending, I will be keeping a register and would therefore ask you to book your place ASAP and e-mail me at your earliest.

This is an excellent day and not one to be missed.

All e-mails should be sent to Martin Clark with a copy to Mark Doyle.


Martin Clark
Association Manager

Regional Training Day invitation