Hi Hi’s main sponsor extends deal

The Hi Hi's are delighted to announce that their main sponsor for the past two seasons has agreed to continue sponsoring the clubs' first team. Dalkeith based JBEMS will be the teams main sponsor for the next two seasons and Club officials are hoping to announce more...

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Under 13s in Millfield final

Hi Hi's under 13s coach Andy Doherty and his players are delighted that Millfield has been chosen for their George Salmon Cup Final. The Haddington boys will face Peebles FC on Sunday 26th May with the kick off time still to be confirmed. Previous finals involving...

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Shaun Hill wins Player of the Year Award

Local lad Shaun Hill won both the Player of the Year and Player's Player of the Year when the Hi Hi's presented the two awards at their annual Speakers/ Player of the Year night last Saturday evening. Haddington lad Hill joined the Hi Hi's from Dunbar United several...

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Hi Hi’s finish with draw

Haddington travelled to Fife last Saturday to meet Conference B surprise packets Crossgates Primrose in their final match of the season. Both sides had their chances but the Hi Hi's more than matched the home side and fully deserved their point in a goalless draw.

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Hi Hi’s miss out on Premiership

Losing at home to Crossgates the previous week meant that Haddington's hopes of making the Premiership were hanging by a thread, but defeat to Sauchie in their final home game of the season confirmed their fate. This was a match that Haddington should have won after a...

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Crossgates end Hi HI’s hopes

The Hi Hi's knew that only a win against surprise packages Crossgates at Millfield last Saturday would keep their promotion hopes alive. For half an hour Haddington more than matched their Fife opponents but the match swung in a ten minute spell in the first half....

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Hi Hi’s set club record

The Hi Hi's travelled to a foggy Eyemouth last Saturday aiming to make sure that the home side didn't register their first league win of the season. Despite falling behind to a well executed goal in the second minute, Haddington romped to an 11 - 1 win, setting a club...

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Hi Hi’s slim hopes still alive

The Hi Hi's entertained Burntisland Shipyard for the first time at Millfield last Saturday. vital points had been dropped when the two sides met in Fife earlier in the season and any slip up would definitely mean no Premier League football at Millfield next season....

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Dundonald Match Report

More than matched our opponents for most of this afternoon's encounter in Fife but were undone by a clinical five minute hat-trick just before the second half's midway point from ex-Rangers striker Archie Campbell. Playing with the wind in our favour in the first half...

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