. NOVEMBER 2005
SUNDAY 27 NOVEMBER 2005

Under 17 League

Falkirk    0    Hibs Girls   6

The sun shone on the aptly named Sunnyside, Camelon, Falkirk on Sunday. Hibs met Falkirk on league duty and departed into the sunset with a 6-0 victory.

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SUNDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2005

Under 17 League

Hibs Girls   6     Hamilton   1   

Hibs turned in a fine display of passing football to win against a good Hamilton side. Every one of the 13 players played their part without exception. A hat-trick from Kim Little and one each from Natalie Ross, Kaydee Low and Emma McCulley sealed the win with Sarah Crilly finishing well to score Hamilton's consolation. 

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SATURDAY 12 NOVEMBER 2005
HIBS GIRLS RACE NIGHT

Hibs Girls would like to thank all parent's and friends who supported a successful evening at the races. Their generosity helped to raise a substantial sum towards the clubs Gothia 2006 fund and it is very much appreciated. This takes the club another step closer in their quest for success at next years World Youth Games. A special thank you goes to George Weir for organising the event and drumming up so much support. Thanks also to Alan Lomax for his spot the ball competition and to those who donated the race prizes.

SUNDAY 06 NOVEMBER 2005

Kim Little headed Hibs first

Natalie Ross scores Hibs second

 

Under 17 League

Huchison Vale   2     Hibs Girls   3

Hibs met Huchison Vale and came out on top in a physical affair. Hibs were guilty of a few below par performances but not so in midfielders Kim Little,  Natalie Ross and Emma McCulley who all turned in solid performances and the same three were rewarded with a goal apiece for their efforts.....

Emma McCulley headed Hibs winner

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OCTOBER 2005
SUNDAY 30 OCTOBER 2005
Under 17 League

Hibs Girls   18     Stirling   0

Hibs met Stirling for the first time this season at St Marks Park and recorded a very comfortable win. Kaydee Low grabbed an impressive double hatrick, five goals from the talented Natalie Ross, three from Emma McCulley who looked hungry from start to finish, two from Kim Little who oozed class throughout, and two good strikes from the busy Claire Weir rounded of the goal blitz.

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Kim Little heads home goal number 4

 

SHIRT SPONSORS

Hibs would like to offer First Point USA and Kingsgate Law a very big thank you for providing this seasons home and away strips their kind support is very much appreciated.

SUNDAY 16 OCTOBER 2005
Under 17 League

Murieston   0   Hibs Girls   7

Hibs played Murieston for the second time this season and matched the 7 goals scored first time round. Kaydee Low played a starring role with four well taken goals the 2nd a cool lob over the advancing keeper. With Natalie Ross and Kim Little pulling the strings particularly in the second half, this was a sound performance ................................

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Kaydee Low celebrates her 2nd

SCOTLAND EURO 2006 CAMPAIGN
NAT HAS OUTSTANDING TOURNAMENT

Well done to Natalie Ross Hibs Under 17 who was voted Scottish Under 19 player of the game against Croatia and Scottish player of the tournament a great accolade for such a young player.

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Scotland U 19 Squad European Championstage 1st Stage Qualifiers

SUNDAY 09 OCTOBER 2005
Under 17 League

Kilmarnock   2   Hibs Girls   4

Hibs visited Kilmarnock and left with the three points, Hibs were without Scottish Internationalists Ali McCaig and Sarah Archibald and full back Susan Blyth and brought in U15 youngsters Rebekah Moore (pictured left) and Kirsten Weir. 

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SUNDAY 02 OCTOBER 2005
Under 17 League

Hibs Girls    7       Murieston Utd   1

Hibs play hosts to Murieston on Sunday, some excellent performances helped Hibs to a fine victory to keep their 100% record intact. Goals from Emma McCulley  Kim Little (2) Claire Weir (2) Kaydee Low and Natalie Ross sealed the win.

TUESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 2005 - SATURDAY 01 OCTOBER 2005
SCOTLAND U19'S QUALIFY FOR UEFA EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS SECOND STAGE

Scotland's youngsters were beaten 3-0 by England on Saturday - but still progress to the second stage of the UEFA Under-19s women¹s European Championship. Two down in four minutes, Scotland kept their heads up and fought hard - conceding the third goal in 80 minutes. 'We showed great resolve,' said coach Tony Gervaise. 'We could have collapsed after those first two goals but kept battling on.

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 SEPTEMBER 2005
HIBS GIRLS U15

Hibs Girls U15's 

A new addition to the web site. For news on how the girls are doing click on the U15's link in the contents on the left of this page

TUESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 2005 - SATURDAY 01 OCTOBER 2005
EUROPEAN U19 WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIPS

Scotland Under 19s Coach Tony Gervaise has named the squad going to England for the 1st Qualifying round in the UEFA Women’s Under 19 Championship.

Last season Scotland had one of the best records to qualify for the tournament but were unfortunate to be grouped with eventual finalists Russia as well as France and England. Tony said: "The team we have is a young one as many of the Under 19 players of last season have made the step forward with their clubs and some with the Scottish national team. I have a very determined squad who are looking forward to the competition and the experience it will bring to their game."

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SUNDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2005
Under 17 League

Hibs Girls    4       Arsenal North   3

Hibs play hosts to Arsenal North on Sunday in a 4-3 victory. Diane Fyfe (pictured) was one of Hibs top performers with doubles from Kim Little and Sarah Archibald providing the goals.

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10 SEPTEMBER 2005
U19's International

Northern Ireland 1  Scotland 1

Scotland crossed the water to meet the Northern Ireland U19 squad and fought out a 1-1 draw, it is early days for this group of players in what was their first game together and hopefully they can gel before the First Round European Championship Qualifying stage at the end of the month when they will meet Croatia, Faroe Islands and England for a place in the next stage. Hibs Natalie Ross (left) played in the centre of Scotland's midfield.

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EX - HIBS GIRLS
EX HIBS GIRLS

Great to see so many ex - Hibs U17's now playing in the Scottish Premier League 17 ex- Hibs girls are involved with a few different clubs, apologies if I have missed any. Wouldn't make a bad squad if I say so myself. Suzanne Malone, Kirsty McBride, Joelle Murray (all Hibs), Danni Pagliarulo, Steph Allison, Tammi Kerr, Corrie Davidson, Kayley Ralton, Trish McLaughlin, Kerry Montgomery, Cheryl Edgar, Chelsea Bate (all Whitehill Welfare), Lisa Marie Boyd (Hamilton), Laurna Robertson (Cove), Diana Barry (Glasgow City), Sammy Hare (Newburgh) Jane Doig (Raith Rovers)

LEAGUE GAME AT ST MARKS PARK, EDINBURGH SUNDAY 11 SEP 2005

Under 17 League

Hibs Girls    15       Dunfermline     0

Hibs play hosts to league newcomers Dunfermline and used the game to introduce U15 players Gillian Perry and Coral Cassidy into the U17 set up, both girls played very well and can be happy with their displays. Hibs stroked the ball about well and scored some nice goals but credit to the Dunfermline girls who showed great attitude throughout and worked their socks off until the final whistle.

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Emma McCulley scores

the last of her 4 goals

OPENING LEAGUE GAME AT ST JAMES PARK, PAISLEY SUNDAY 04 SEP 2005
Under 17 League

Paisley Saints   1   Hibs Girls    3

Hibs Girls open their league campaign against Paisley Saints with a victory.

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01 SEP 2005 - NAT MAKES U19 NATIONAL SQUAD
Well done to Hibs Girl Natalie Ross on her inclusion in the Scotland U19 squad who will travel to N Ireland next Thursday for a friendly on Saturday. Well done also to ex-Hibs Girls Kayley Ralton and Kerry Montgomery both now playing in the Scottish Premier League with Whitehill Welfare Ladies and Sammi Hare also in the premier with Newburgh Ladies for their inclusion in the squad. 

Natalie Ross

Kayley Ralton

Kerry Montgomery

Sammy Hare

 AUGUST 2005
RESULT :        02 Sep 2005 - SCOTLAND U15's   0   HOLLAND U15's    2

                           31 Aug 2005 - SCOTLAND U15's   0   CANADA U15's    6

29 Aug 2005 - GERMANY U15's   7    SCOTLAND U15's   0

GAME AT PITFOUR PARK, MINTLAW SUNDAY 21 AUGUST 2005

Buchan Girls   0   Hibs Girls   6

Hibs Girls were invited by Aberdeenshire Council to attend the opening of Pitfour Park all weather pitch in Mintlaw on Sunday 21 August 2005. An exhibition match was played against Buchan to mark the opening of this brand new facility. 

Hibs Girls came out on top with a 5-0 lead at half time but Buchan girls battled to the end in what turned out to be a good game to watch for the supporters of both teams. Hibs wish Buchan well for the coming season and are sure that the new facility will help the club reap dividends in the future.

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NEW SPONSORSHIP DEAL FOR SCOTTISH WOMEN’S FOOTBALL

The Scottish Women’s Premier Football League will have a major sponsor for the first time during the coming season.

Cash from the deal, which was revealed at a news conference at Hampden Park, Glasgow, will amongst other things, help support a partnership between the SFA and the SWF to assist the development of Scotland’s top women referees.

 

The company providing this major

 financial boost for the women’s game is Thompsons Solicitors, Scotland’s leading personal injury specialists. Read more....................
CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations to Hibs Girls U17, goalkeeper Louise Kedslie (left) and Sarah Archibald (right) for their inclusion in the Scotland U15 squad for the trip to Germany.

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FRIENDLY THURSDAY 18 AUGUST 2005

WHITEHILL WELFARE   5

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HIBS UNDER 17's       2

 

Hibs U17's and Whitehill Welfare from the ladies Scottish Premier played in a training game on Thursday. 

 

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FRIENDLY SUNDAY 14 AUGUST 2005

FORFAR FARMINGTON LADIES    1

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HIBS UNDER 17's     6

 

Hibs U17's met Forfar Farmington Ladies newly promoted to the Women's Scottish Premier League and winners of last seasons SWFL Cup Final in a friendly on Sunday at Kirriemuir Thistles Juniors ground. The young Hibs team played very well scoring 4 goals in the first half and a further 2 in the second to come out on top.

 

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 JULY 2005
FRIENDLY SUNDAY 31 JULY 2005

HIBS UNDER 17's     1

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WHITEHILL WELFARE LADIES        3

Hibs youngsters played well despite going down to women's premier league side Whitehill Welfare by 3 goals to 1. Hibs matched their opponents in the first half with the score 1-1 at half-time playing some excellent passing football, but strength won in the end with Whitehill notching 2 goals in the second half.

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ST ANDREWS TOURNAMENT 20 - 22 JULY 2005
HIBS UNDER 17's beat Everton 2-1 in the league stage then went down to Everton in the final 5-4 on penalties after finishing extra time level at 2-2.

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