Gemma Stewart


Gemma became involved with Morton Girls in 2014 and since then has established herself as competent and experienced coach and a true role model for our players.

After initially taking on an assistant role, Gemma has developed her coaching skills as well as gaining qualifications along the way. She has recently completed her Scottish FA Children’s Award (level 4) and regularly seeks out opportunities to up-skill herself undertaking courses on first aid, para sport and Mental Health First Aid training among others. 

Gemma has a great relationship with players of all age groups and delivers her coaching sessions in a fun, engaging and challenging way. She also has a great relationship with parents and other coaches. She is a real team player and says yes to every opportunity. From collecting and distributing kit to completing various admin procedures such as risk assessment, safeguarding and GDPR procedures the words “ask Gemma” can often be overheard

Robert Todd


​Robert has been volunteering with Inverclyde AC since he was in 4th year at secondary school.

He is now in his final year at University. Robert holds a Coaching Asssitant licence at present which allows him to coach as long as there is a support coach in the vicinity.  During 2018, Robert initially committed to attending both our weekly sessions for U’11/13 members.  On Tuesdays, he was an integral member of the coaching team delivering our Run Jump Throw programme. On Thursdays, Robert developed an U’11 running group and worked with myself on creating a programme which integrated with that of our older groups. Robert also is usually the first to volunteer to assist with additional sessions or events being held at the weekend. This can involve coaching, officiating, assembling/dismantling courses and stewarding.

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Young Volunteer of the Year 2018