Queen’s Park and SRB Wealth Management United for Juniors

Queen’s Park players Ruari Paton and Stuart McKinstry teamed up off the pitch this week with Mark Brough and Emma Thomson from short sponsors, SRB Wealth Management, to visit Juniors Charity in Hamilton.

The visit was a vital step forward in the partnership between Scotland’s oldest football club, SRB Wealth Management and Juniors, who carry out vital work in their community by helping families and young people.

Ruari and Stuart handed over scarves to the Juniors kids as well as match tickets for the home game against Dundee United on Saturday, April 6 with striker Paton saying: “It is great that the club and the sponsors are getting together to do something so positive. I look forward to seeing, and hearing, the Juniors at the Dundee United game.”

SRB’s Head of Investment and Compliance Mark said: “Juniors is a cause close to our heart and one that aligns perfectly with the SRB ethos. Working with organisations such as Juniors is integral to SRB’s future growth plans and will help further expand the company’s footprint in Glasgow and beyond.

“Ruari and Stuart handed out the scarves and tickets and it is terrific that the partnership between us will take the kids from Juniors to the game where they will enjoy a unique matchday experience. Hopefully will make them Spiders fans for life!”

Head of Operations Emma added: “SRB have exciting plans in the pipeline, in collaboration with Queen’s Park and Juniors. It was fantastic to see all of the kids (and their Super Mario mascot) decked out in Queen’s Park colours!

“We’re incredibly excited about the future of this partnership. Watch this space for further details of what we have in store with Queen’s Park FC and Juniors.”

Stuart finished the visit by saying: “The children at Juniors were great and really excited about coming to our game.”

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