JACK Scadden sets off on the third leg of his 164 Stadium Challenge this weekend during which he will be visiting all 24 League One clubs in as short a time as possible, driving a Nissan X Trail vehicle supplied by Wellington Motors..

Having already visited every one of the grounds in both the Premier League and the Championship, the intrepid traveller will be starting his latest trip at Carlisle and finishes at Exeter City.

Jack said: “We are driving up to Carlisle on Friday afternoon and staying overnight before setting off from Brunton Park at 10 o’clock on Saturday morning. We then drive south to Fleetwood, Bolton and Wigan then Port Vale and Derby as well as heading east to visit Lincoln and Peterborough

“Even though we are going down the leagues a bit more now there are some really big clubs in that division like Derby, Bolton, Reading, Charlton and Portsmouth, they’ve all got big stadiums.

“I’m really looking forward to going to Pompey’s home ground Fratton Park and they were in the Premier League a few years ago and are on the up again, which is nice to see. That's a proper historic stadium.

“From Portsmouth we go back up to Cheltenham then Bristol Rovers before finishing at St James’ Park in Exeter.

“I have worked out the journey and reckon it will be 1230 miles from Carlisle to Exeter and with a few stops hope to do it in 31 hours.”

On this leg of his challenge Jack will be joined by Keenan Blight, Toby Williams-Thomas and Cam Corp from Power and Precision who is going to help with the social media and filming the trip.

During their 164 Stadium Challenge Jack and his crew are raising money for Children’s Hospice South West and to date have reached the halfway mark of their £1000 target.

Once again Jack and his crew will be driving a Nissan X Trail that has been supplied by Nissan Motors who as a group like to do all that they can to support local charities, so when Jack approached us it was something that we wanted to be involved with and help out in any way that we could.

On behalf of Wellington Motors who provided the vehicle Darren Webber said: “Children’s Hospice South West is a charity we are always happy to support and we are always happy to be involved with charities in our local community.

He added: “The 164 Stadium Challenge that Jack is undertaking is pretty demanding and exciting and a little bit different to the normal things we get asked about. We are happy to support Jack for the rest of his challenge in this way.”

To support Jack in his fund raising for Children’s Hospice South West log onto Just Giving and enter 164 Stadium Tour.