Carlow sprinter Molly Scott says that she is in a better place after she returned home to be coached by her mother after a spell in Waterford.
The Hacketstown runner moved to Waterford to train with Phil Healy last year but has returned home.
Molly has been selected for the European U23 Championships which take place in Tallinn, Estonia July from the 8th to the 11th of July.
She’s one of 30 Irish athletes heading over for the event and she’ll be taking part in the women’s 4x100m relay.
Her team consists of Gina Akpe-Moses, Aoife Lynch, Lauren Roy, and Sarah Leahy.
Speaking to KCLR’s Sunday Scoreline, Scott said that she has no regrets ahead of the start of the European Under 23 Championships.
“I knew back in January, I just felt like moving home was the better choice for me,” said Molly.
“It was nice to try something different and I don’t regret it, but I’m glad to be back training with my mam, we’re learned a lot over the past couple of months and I’m definitely in a better place now” she added.
Listen back to the interview below: