East of Scotland Seniors get their youth section league up and running - The Scotsman
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It is more positive for the under 16s girls league, with entries now up to eight. The County League are understood to be seeking advice from the Cumberland FA before re-scheduling the date for their meeting.
They are pictured right, outside the shop on Warwick Road.
Coach John Duncan has enlisted help from one of his under 16s players, Bethany Soane, and we are grateful for the effort she is putting in. The meeting is open to all club members, including players and parents. Nominations are open for the club's executive committee, and will remain open until the night of the meeting.
The club requires numerous volunteers to keep running, and anyone considering a committee role will be warmly encouraged to apply.
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This game will kick off at 2. The club will offer assistance towards obtaining a Level 1 coaching qualification. Full details will follow soon but please note the date in your diary. We are hoping to re-arrange at least one game in West Cumbria, and details will follow soon.
Please vote for them here. The top prize is a wide-screen television, with lots of other prizes to be won. Hearts are hoping to return to the league they left several seasons ago. Last year, they finished bottom of the Border Amateur A league, 22 points behind the nearest club.
Scottish Ground No of 43 – Meadowbank Stadium (Edinburgh City) | weetabliss
New manager Olly Driver, pictured right, said "The County side have a really varied pre-season programme. Following a journey from Elderslie to Edinburgh, picking up Kenny and Neil on the way, we stopped off at The Playfair for pre-match drinks and banter. Graeme joined us in time for a quick pint and we set off down a long road to Meadowbank Stadium. Unusually for League Two, there was a bit of a queue to get into the ground although I think this was more down to only one turnstile being open than vast numbers attending the game the official attendance was about The turnstiles led into a large concourse which ran under the main only stand and had running tracks marked out on the floor, showing that the stadium is primarily used for athletics these days.
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The ground is actually quite big although only one side is occupied by any sort of stand-like structure. On the way into the ground, we had come into contact with an inflatable Mr Blobby wrapped in a Edinburgh City flag and, as luck would have it, The Blobster ended up sitting right behind us.
At the time, Mr Blobby was banned from the Stadium but regularly appeared at away games and protested against the board in general. The Meadowbank faithful have now adopted Edinburgh City as their club and the legend of Blobby lives on. In the interests of historical record, the following picture shows the first goal scored in an SFL fixture involving Edinburgh City — albeit scored by Forfar Athletic… Ten minutes later however, there was euphoria amongst the home support as City equalised.
Who cares, it was a goal and it was 1 — 1. This told a couple of minutes before the break when Forfar got their noses back in front again and the half time whistle blew with the score at 1 — 2.