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Sat  24th Feb 2018 


vs Musselburgh Athletic (Away)
Kick-Off: 2.30pm
East Region Premier League




This weeks numbers drawn in The Mercat were;

1 7 12 14

There were no winners.

The prize next week is £3800 and the draw is in Haddington Bowling Club.



HiHi’s back to second place

The Hi Hi's had to dig deep at Millfield on Saturday to overcome a spirited St Andrews side who threatened to run away with the game in the first half. Early pressure from the Fifers saw them take the lead in the ninth minute and only a series of super saves from...

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Points shared at Dunbar

The Hi Hi's had to settle for a point after sharing four goals at Dunbar last Saturday. The visitors had the better of a goalless first half and two goals early in the second half put them in the driving seat. Debutant Michael Osborne scored the opener and Paul Devlin...

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Hi Hi’s lose at Hurlford

Blair Park, Hurlford survived a morning inspection and some observers thought that the wrong decision may have been made. In any event, an understrength Haddington side fought hard but lost by three goals to nil to Hurlford United in the fourth round of the Scottish...

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Third time lucky at Hurlford

Blair Park, Hurlford failed an inspection last Saturday and Hurlford and the HiHi's will try again this Saturday, 3rd February. Haddington are again indebted to Alba Trees for sponsoring their travel. Both teams will know their next opponents as the draw for the 5th...

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Our best birthday wishes go out to player-manager Joe Hamill, who turns 34 today. It's a little over a year since Joe signed, encouraged to join by his former Linlithgow and Bonnyrigg boss Davie McGlynn, and he first donned Hi Hi's colours exactly a year ago as an unused sub at Kennoway Star Hearts on the day we fought back from 3-0 down to earn a point.

It was Joe's wish initially on signing to focus mostly on coaching, however Davie McGlynn's sudden resignation on 20 July resulted in his appointment a couple of days later as player-manager. Things have since then developed more positively than anyone expected, with yesterday's setback at Musselburgh just our fourth defeat in twenty four competitive outings under Joe and Craig Yule's management. As it stands Joe's appeared seventeen times competitively in a Haddington jersey, putting in consistently excellent performances - undoubtedly an asset as a player as well as manager.

We've been fortunate over the years to have had some very good managers at Millfield, most still friends of the club with whom it's always a pleasure to cross paths - Joe carries on that tradition, an absolute gentleman we're very lucky to have in charge of the team.

Happy birthday Joe, all the very best!
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Tomorrow. Well worth attending Olive Bank for our first league meeting with Musselburgh Athletic in almost sixteen years - if you can make it your support will be greatly appreciated.

C'mon the Hi Hi!!
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Ahead of tomorrow's important Premier League match against Musselburgh we've bostered our defensive options, with the completion this afternoon of the loan signing of Penicuik Athletic left back Ryan Baptie, 22. Ryan is expected to feature at Olive Bank, with both Joe Hamill and Pinkie Tufail struggling with knocks.

Signed until 31 March, Ryan was on Hibs' books as a teenager, then signed for Inverness Caledonian Thistle in 2014. He moved on a year later to Peterhead, from where he was loaned out to Linlithgow Rose - his main claim to fame, under the management of Davie McGlynn, was a wonder goal scored against Wick Academy in the Scottish Cup. Towards the end of last season he enjoyed another loan spell in West Lothian with Broxburn Athletic, where Frazer Paterson was among his team-mates. On his release from Peterhead last summer Ryan signed for Penicuik, where he worked under another ex Millfield boss in Johnny Harvey - he'd the misfortune to break a leg in his first friendly outing for his new team, but recovered to make his return early in the new year.

We look forward to seeing Ryan in Hi Hi's colours in the weeks ahead, and hope he enjoys his time at Millfield. Our thanks to Penicuik for allowing the deal to happen - all parties should benefit.
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