The Hunts Post featured the 18-year-old Huntingdonshire Athletics Club sprinter last month, and asked the question: Is there anyone out there who might be able to help Palmer fulfil his dreams. Enter Borney Display Solutions, a Huntingdon flags, signs and banners printing and graphics company, who agreed to help finance Palmers training and travel costs for the forthcoming season. Carli Beary, and her son Hayden, handed over the cheque at the St Ivo Outdoor Centres athletics track on Monday. Both myself and my husband Richard were athletes in our own sports when we were around Ryans age, she said. My husband was a runner and I did martial arts. We both competed at high levels. So when we saw Ryans sponsor me piece in The Hunts Post, we thought it was something we could help him out with and that he could help our company out as well. We see it as an excellent opportunity for both of us. Palmer is currently training for the short indoor season, which will begin in January, but his main focus is on next seasons outdoor racing, which will begin in May. His fastest time over 100 metres is 10.78 seconds and last season he was the 12th quickest under-20-year-old in the UK. His new sponsors dont intend to be silent partners, either. Its exciting, were looking forward to watching him, said Beary. We dont want to be the kind of sponsors who just hand over the money and let them get on with it. When he does compete, both my husband and myself and our four children will be there to support him as well. Well be there cheering him on thats all part of it. Palmer said: Its excellent, I didnt really know if there would be anyone out there who could help when I was in the paper.