Hi Hi’s lose at Penicuik

After a good first half, Haddington shipped four second half goals to exit the Football Nation Cup at Penicuik last Saturday. Injuries, suspension and holidays limited manager Joe Hamill’s options with Hamill himself confined to the sidelines after picking up an...

Hi Hi’s win league opener

Haddington and Dalkeith made their league debuts as senior clubs when they met in Conference B at Millfield last night. They had met at Millfield in a League Cup tie ten days ago with the Kings Park club running out deserved winners.  The Hi Hi’s were missing a...

Hi Hi’s win at Ormiston

Haddington made the short trip to Ormiston last Saturday to play the local side in the first round of the Alex Jack Cup. The match was marred in the closing minutes by a serious injury to Haddington striker Declan Quinn. Quinn had taken over in goal in the closing...

Hi Hi’s well beaten by Hearts

A good crowd turned up at Millfield last night to see a strong Hearts side breeze past the Hi Hi’s in a match staged as part of the  Haddington 700 celebrations. Hearts included Harry Cochrane and Anthony McDonald and watching manager Craig Levein must have been...

Hi Hi’s fail to impress

Haddington failed to impress in their first competitive outing of the season at Millfield last Saturday. Visitors Dalkeith Thistle, ably led by player manager Darren Smith and Paul Tansey, won this section decider by three goals to one, leaving home manager Joe Hamill...

Hi Hi’s explosive start

A big score looked to be on the cards when Scott Moffat and Andrew Sinclair both scored within two minutes of the start of the match against Heriot Watt University at Riccarton. The Hi Hi’s proceeded to miss a barrowload of chances and it was 2 0 at half time. A...