Meet the Team
Jack Donnelly is a fourth year Journalism student and one of the co-editors of ENRG Sport. Jack specialises in football, but would watch and write about a wide variety of sports, including Formula 1, boxing and basketball. Jack enjoys insightful, if sometimes heated, discussions surrounding sport and can be found leading said discussions as host of both The Football Round Up and The Fantasy Ramble podcasts. A supporter of Ayr United, Lando Norris and everything involving Kurt Zouma, Jack hopes to break into sports broadcasting in the future.
Twitter – @jack_donnelly
Seán McGill is a third year Journalism student and one of the co-editors of ENRG Sport. Despite being a long-suffering Kilmarnock fan, Seán is a massive advocate of Scottish football, as he loves the chaotic and volatile nature of the game in Scotland. He’s also a big fan of MMA, NFL & plenty of other sports too. Seán loves asking questions and encouraging good debate, and can be found stirring the pot as the host on our weekly football podcast ENRG Extra Time.
Twitter – @seanmcgill8
Struan Garvie is a fourth year Journalism student hailing from the mighty Stirlingshire, although do not refer to it as “The Shire” as Struan is not very tall. A supporter of Hibernian FC and the holder the illustrious title of “Scott McTominay’s number 1 fan,” Struan’s favourite sport is football; however, he is also a fan of rugby, darts, basketball, athletics and will watch a Wrestlemania here or there. Struan hopes to break into the world of sports journalism when he graduates.
Twitter – @Garvie2000
Jamie McIntosh is a fourth year journalism student and long suffering Hearts fan. Football would be his speciality however he’s also a huge fan of boxing, ice hockey, Formula 1 and golf. Jamie also follows cricket and darts – if you can class them as sports! Jamie hopes to work in the sports commentating industry one day.
Twitter – @jamiemcint0sh
Taylor Murray is a fourth year Journalism student who is obsessed with sports. He has followed and played football his entire life, experiencing the highs and lows that the game offers. Although football is a huge part of Taylor’s life, he watches an array of sports. From the roaring tracks of the Monaco Grand Prix, to the calmness and concentration of potting the black at the World Snooker Championships or as the final rounds of the boxing come to a close, Taylor is usually watching on with great interest. Taylor is aiming to play a key figure within the sporting broadcasting industry as his love for sports has helped him develop a passion for Journalism.
Twitter – @Tayl0rr00
Graeme Sinclair is a fourth year journalism student who will happily watch any sport that’s on the TV, even cricket. As with 95% of the country, football is Graeme’s number one sport, and he’s a Rangers & Liverpool supporter. Graeme’s also a big fan of many other sports, from MMA & the NBA, to Formula 1 & golf. Graeme hopes to make his passion for sport a career one day, and his goal is to be able to travel the world attending & covering major sporting events. Graeme can be found as a contributor to any of ENRG Sport’s three wonderful football podcasts & occasionally Graeme will also write a little. He hopes to write more for ENRG Sport this upcoming year.
Twitter – @gruuuuum96
Amy Canavan is a fourth year Journalism student who will turn her eye to any sport. From football to bowls, rugby to darts, she covers anything – bar cricket. You’ll currently find her crying over Celtic, the New York Jets and the Boston Celtics, but nothing there is unsurprising. Amy loves being seen and treated as one of the boys and revels in the camaraderie of ENRG Sport. However, she loves nothing more than showing everyone else up by winning a quiz – or several.
Twitter – @amyjcanavan
Cameron Wanstall is a third year Journalism student who lives for discussing, watching and writing about sport. While enjoying a variety of different sports, Cameron’s one true passion is football. His beloved Heart of Midlothian often make life difficult, so he finds solace in supporting any compelling underdog. Cameron currently co-hosts ENRG Extra Time and contributes to a number of additional radio shows and podcasts. Cameron is excited to turn his love for journalism and sport into a career one day.
Twitter – @CameronWanstall
Raph Boyd is a fourth year Journalism student and contributor to ENRG Sport. Raph specialises in football writing, particularly regarding Arsenal Football Club and the English national team, both of whom he supports, as well as football and other sports in his native North East of England. Raph hopes to go into football writing after graduation.
Twitter – @raphboyd
Alasdair Russell is a fourth year journalism student and is a fan of virtually all forms of motorsport, though Formula 1 is his specialist subject. Also a fan of football, Alasdair can be found most Saturdays despairing over the combined heartbreak of supporting Ferrari and Dundee United at the same time. Alasdair hopes to end up reporting and writing from various race tracks around the world once he leaves university.
Twitter – @iamthealrus2000
Jessica Matthewson is a second year Journalism student. Basketball has been her true love since she began playing at a young age, and is now Vice President of the University team here at Napier. Aside from basketball, Jessica can be found in The Three Sisters during Six Nations season wearing her dad’s Scotland top. She is also a huge advocate for improving the coverage of Women’s sport in the media and hopes to write more women-centric articles for ENRG Sport in the future.
Twitter – @jessicagmatt
Logan Walker is a second year Journalism student who enjoys writing about some of the more obscure and strange stories that can be found in the world of sports, as well as taking a look at important historical sporting events and figures. A lapsed Manchester United fan and part-time Hibs sympathiser, Logan always roots for the little guy. Logan currently hosts The Obvious Answer on the ENRG Podcast network and is willing to write about anything in future for whoever will pay him to do so.
Twitter – @Logan24W
Calum Muldoon is a second year journalism student with a burning passion for all things sport. Calum’s main love is football and is a lifelong Celtic fan, but when he’s not crying over the lost cause of 10-in-a-row, he has an appreciation of American sports to fall back on. Calum also enjoys watching Formula 1, tennis and rugby. Calum dreams of being one of the leading sports journalists out there and release his work on a national or global level. Calum is looking to contribute plenty more to ENRG Sport and is eager for more opportunities to further his skills in the future.
Twitter – @calum_muldoon
Brandon Bethune is a second year journalism student with a love and passion for professional wrestling. He’s also an avid Manchester United fan and occasional NBA viewer, as well as once picking an NFL team out of a hat, who went on to win the SuperBowl (2016 Denver Broncos for the win!). You can expect regular wrestling ramblings and occasional football complaints out of Brandon here on ENRG Sport, and in the future as he aims to enter the niche area of wrestling journalism after he graduates.
Twitter – @bsbethune
Callum Watt is a second year Journalism student with a passion for all things football, especially the weird and wonderful world of the Scottish game. As a long-suffering fan of Hibernian and Scotland, Callum’s had his fair share of football-induced heartache but doesn’t let that dampen his love for the game. Aside from football, Callum would watch almost any other sport, and keeps up with the New York Knicks’ results in the NBA. Having been lucky enough to attend Easter Road and sample some match reporting during the pandemic, Callum is looking forward to further developing his skills and contributing more to ENRG Sport in future.
Twitter – @callumwatt32
Matthew is a second year Journalism student, mainly writing about Formula One. He has been an F1 fan long enough that he remembers a time when Mercedes was not winning everything single race. On the sad weekends without a Grand Prix, he spends his time watching a variety of esports or walking the dog.
Twitter – @matthewh4802
Calum Macaulay is a second year Journalism student who’s lived in just about every postcode in Glasgow. The only sport he has much knowledge about is football, but that won’t stop him repeating what he’s heard from others when talking about other sports and passing it off as his own opinion. He is a lifelong Celtic fan who will most likely be seen slagging the Celtic board. Calum hopes for a career in sports broadcasting after graduating.
Twitter – @CalumMacaulay1