INTERNATIONAL NEWS
20 May 2006 Under 17 International Scotland  2 Wales   1
Under 17 International

Scotland 2 Wales 1

Scotland captain and Hibs Girls midfielder Kim Little (left) scored 2 late goals to give the Scots victory over Wales who had scored in the first half via the penalty spot.

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April 2006 Scotland U19's European Championships 2nd Stage
EURO 2006 STAGE 2

Scotland 0 Germany 7

Scotland 2 Republic of Ireland 0

Scotland 3 Slovenia 0

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09 April 2006 Scotland U17's travel to Bristol
Hibs Trio Kim Little, Nuala Deans and Kaydee Low travel to Bristol to play in an U17's international tournament against an American Regional ODP team, Northern Ireland and a play off against either Holland, England or Republic of Ireland.

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Kim Little

Nuala Deans Kaydee Low
18 MARCH 2006
HIBS GIRL NATALIE ROSS CALLED UP TO SCOTLAND U19'S Well done to Natalie Ross (left) who has been included in the Scotland Women's Under 19s to play a double header in Finland later this month to prepare for their forthcoming UEFA 2nd qualifying section in Slovenia in April. Their first match is against Finland’s Under 20 team who have qualified for the FIFA Women's World Championships on Wednesday 29 March and Finland Under 19s on Friday 31 March, both at the Eerikkila Sports Institute. The squad includes ex-Hibs Girls Kayley Ralton, Kerry Montgomery and Sammy Hare. Only two changes were made from the squad who played in the 1st qualifying stage in England with Claire Tait and Danica Dalziel being replaced by Leslie Condie and ex Hibs Girl Tammi Kerr.
17 MARCH 2006

TEN HIBS GIRLS CALLED UP TO SCOTLAND U17 TRIALS

Well done girls, clockwise from top left Ali McCaig, Arlene Livingston, Sarah Archibald, Claire Weir, Kim Little, Emma McCulley, Nuala Deans, Diane Fyfe, Kaydee Low and Danielle Weir. All will take part in trials at McDiarmid Park, Perth on Friday good luck to all.

TUESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 2005 - SATURDAY 01 OCTOBER 2005
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 Championship 1st Stage Qualifiers

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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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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01 SEPTEMBER 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

AUG 2005
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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MAY 2005

SATURDAY 14 MAY 2005 McDIARMID PARK, PERTH

Kayley Ralton

SCOTLAND U17   0   SCOTLAND U19  5

Scotland U17's found it very tough against their older opponents but did well to keep going throughout the game. The 17's started of brightly and played well in the first ten minutes of the game however after that it was backs to the wall with the 19's taking a grip of the game and showing the spectators what a strong outfit they are and why they have qualified for the European Championships. The 17's will have learned from the experience and will hopefully reach the standard of the current 19's over the next couple of years. 

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Sammi Hare & Lisay Boyd Natalie Ross Kerry Montgomery
 

NEWS ON THE U19 WOMEN'S UEFA CHAMPIONSHIP

Scotland beat Belgium 3-0, Portugal 2-0 and Israel 4-1 to qualify for the European championship finals in Hungary in July 2005

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APRIL 2005

HIBS SCOTTISH QUINTET

Hibs five internationalists - back row left to right Kerry Montgomery, Kayley Ralton and Sammy Hare and front Lisa- Marie Boyd and Natalie Ross pictured after the 3 Internationals in Wexford, Republic of Ireland.

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Under 17 Internationals - Wexford, Republic of Ireland

02/04/05 USA 3 England 1

Scotland celebrate tournament cup win

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  Republic of Ireland 0 Scotland 2
  Holland 2 Northern Ireland 0
31/03/05 USA 1 Holland 0
  Republic of Ireland 1 England 2
30/03/05 Holland 1 Scotland 2
  England 4 Northern Ireland 1
29/03/05 USA 2 Scotland 0
  Republic of Ireland 4 Northern Ireland 0
 
MAR 2005

SCOTLAND U17'S TO PLAY USA & NETHERLANDS

Scotland's young guns will play in a tournament in Ireland from March 28 - April 3. The Scotland Squad, selected by Head Coach Tony Gervaise, will play matches against both the USA & The Netherlands and either England, N Ireland or Republic of Ireland from the other group. The squad pictured above before the Wales game earlier this month includes five girls from Hibs the full squad is Click Here
 
 

Mixed Fortunes For Hibs Keepers

 

Congratulations go to Louise Kedslie for her inclusion in the Scottish U15 School team for the trip to Ballymena, Northern Ireland. Not so lucky however is Corrie Davidson who had to

withdraw from the U17 Scotland squad travelling to Eire next week after breaking a bone in her hand and dislocating her thumb during last weeks training camp in Perth.

Louise Kedslie

 

Corrie Davidson

 

U17 International Wales 0 Scotland 3

 

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Hibs Kayley Ralton captained the Scotland side.

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Hibs 6 Caps left to right (top) Kayley Ralton, Corrie Davidson, Kerry Montgomery (bottom) Lisa-Marie Boyd, Sammy Hare, Natalie Ross.

SIX HIBS GIRLS NAMED IN SCOTLAND SQUAD FOR GAME AGAINST WALES

6 Hibs Girls have been called up to the 18-strong Scotland U17 squad to meet Wales in Wales on Wednesday 09 March. Well done to Defender Kayley Ralton (above left), Goalkeeper Corrie Davidson (above middle),  Midfield Trio Lisa-Marie Boyd (above right), Natalie Ross (below left), Kerry Montgomery (below middle) and Striker Sammi Hare Below right) on their inclusion. Kayley, Lisa-Marie, Kerry and Sammi played against Wales in May last year when the Scots won 3-0 at Almondvale and will be hoping for more of the same this time.         

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NOV 2004
   

      

HIBS GIRLS USA BOUND

          

Congratulations to Hibs Trio from left above - Lisa Marie Boyd, Sammi Hare and Kayley Ralton for their inclusion in the U17 Scotland squad who leave for Boca Raton, Florida, USA on Sunday 21 November for three matches on Mon 22 Wed 24 against American Regional teams and Fri 26 November against the USA national team. Hard luck to Natilie Ross (left) who was unlucky to be left out of the final squad after a good performance in the U17 v U19 game which finished 2-2. Natalie your time will definitely come with 2 years ahead of you at U17 well done in breaking into contention at such an early age.

 

OCT 2004

       

Congratulations to Hibs Trio from left above - Lisa Marie Boyd, Sammi Hare and Kayley Ralton for their inclusion in the U17 Scotland squad who leave for Finland on Monday 26 October for two matches on Wed 28 and Fri 30 October against the Finns.
Aug 2004

UEFA U-19 CAMPAIGN BEGINS IN MOLDOVA

Head Coach Tony Gervaise has today named his squad to take part in the opening round in the Women's Under-19 Championship in Moldova between 27th September - 2nd October inclusive.

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Hibs Kayley Ralton is included in the squad

Under 19 International Saturday 28/08/04

Northern Ireland 0 Scotland 3

Hibs Girls under 17 Kayley Ralton played the final twenty minutes of the match to experience her first taste of international football at under 19 level.

KAYLEY TAKES A STEP UP

Congratulations to 16 year old Hibs Girls U17 captain and U17 Scotland International Kayley Ralton  who has been selected for the U19 Scotland squad. Kayley jets of to Ireland on Thursday for a warm up game for the European Championship qualifiers in Moldova. 

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF SCOTLAND NATIONAL TEAM

The squad leave for Bangor, Northern Ireland on Monday and includes 4 hibs girls, goalkeeper Corrie Davidson, Kayley Ralton, Lisa-Marie Boyd and Laura Buchanan. The girls will play against the hosts and Wales, good luck girls.

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July 2004

Kerry Montgomery

Boys & Girls Clubs Of Scotland National Squad 

Hibs Girls Lisa-Marie Boyd, Kayley Ralton and new Hibs signings Kerry Montgomery and goalkeeper Corrie Davidson have been included in the 16 strong Girls Clubs of Scotland squad and travel to Bangor in Northern Ireland on the 2nd August for games against the hosts and Wales.

Lisa Marie Boyd

Corrie Davidson

Kayley Ralton

May 2004

29 MAY 2004 

UNDER 17 WOMEN'S SAFEWAY CHALLENGE INTERNATIONAL

SCOTLAND 3  WALES   0

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Saturday 29 May 2004

U17's International Scotland  V Wales 

Almondvale Stadium, Livingston 1:00 K.O.

Good luck to the three Hibs Girls Tammi Kerr, Lisa Marie Boyd & Kayley Ralton who are included in the squad.

 

Saturday 08 May 2004

U17's International Netherlands  1 Scotland  0

U15's International Netherlands  2 Scotland  0

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APRIL 2004

UNDER 17  INTERNATIONALS IN CASTLEBAR, EIRE

 

17 April 2004 : Scotland    1     N Ireland 1              

15 April 2004 : Scotland    2    England 2

13 April 2004 : Scotland    0    Rep Ireland 2

Pictured left Hibs Lisa-Marie Boyd with Scotland team manager Tony Gervaise

 

UNDER 15 SCHOOLS INTERNATIONALS IN SHANNON, EIRE

Scotland win all 3 Games

 

9 April 2004 : Scotland    2    Rep Ireland   1

8 April 2004 : Scotland    2    N Ireland       0

7 April 2004 : Scotland    1     Wales            0

 

Scotland's Steph Handley 

accepts the winners trophy

MARCH 2004

6 HIBS GIRLS SELECTED FOR U15'S AND U17'S SCOTLAND SQUADS

Congratulations go to Lyndsey Hunter, Nuala Deans and Ali McCaig for their inclusion in the under 15's Scottish squad and to Lisa-Marie Boyd, Kayley Ralton and Tammi Kerr for their inclusion in the under 17's Scottish squad. Both squads will play Holland in Holland and travel to Ireland to take part in tournaments. A big well done to Tammi Kerr who was also included in the under 19 squad for the trip to Finland.

 

L to R: Lyndsey Hunter, Nuala Deans, Ali McCaig.

Lisa-Marie Boyd

Kayley Ralton

 

Tammi Kerr

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NOVEMBER 2003

Hibs Girls Are Florida Bound

Congratulations to Hibs players Tammi, Kayley and Lisay on their inclusion in the Scotland U17 squad. The squad travel to Boca Raton in Florida on Friday the 21st November for ten days. They will play two American region teams before meeting the USA national team on Friday the 28th November.

Hibs girls wish all three the best of luck.

 

 

 

L to R : Tammi Kerr, Kayley Ralton, Lisa Marie Boyd

SEPTEMBER 2003

 

     

 

       
Scotland crash out of UEFA Under 19 Championships in Romania. Click the badge to find out more.
 
       

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CLAIRE CROSBIE IN THE USA

Ex Hibs Girl Claire Crosbie is now playing her football at Rocky Mountain College in the USA and is settling in very well on and off the park. On the park Claire is playing in the centre of midfield and is scoring her fair share of goals, keep it up Claire glad to hear you are doing well.

 9 September 2003 -        Scotland Ladies   0    Italy Ladies   4

 6 September 2003 -        Scotland Ladies   0    Australia Ladies   1

AUGUST 2003

 

   
 

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JUNE 2003

Claire opts to realise her dream in the US

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Edinburgh International Under 15's Tournament

Well done to Hibs Girls Kayley Ralton and Nuala Deans for a successful tournament.

 

Edinburgh International Under 15's Tournament 6th-8th June 2003.

Scots win Edinburgh International Tournament

Scotland 4 Republic of Ireland 1

Northern Ireland 4 Edinburgh 2

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BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS NATIONAL SQUAD

Congratulations to Kirsty Young on her selection for the girls Under 17 National squad who travel to Ireland in August 2003. Well done also to Kayley Ralton who had she not been on holiday, would also have been included.

Scotland U17's 0 Holland U17's 1

Scotland girls lost a hard fought match to a very good Dutch side.

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Hibs Girls on      International duty

Pictured aside left to right Danni Pagliarulo, Claire Crosbie, Joelle Murray, Diana Barry and Steph Allison are included in the Scotland U17 squad to face the Netherlands in a friendly on Sunday 1st June 2003 at the National day see below for details of times. Best wishes to them and the rest of the squad.
MAY 2003

      

Congratulations to Kayley and Nuala who have both been selected to play for Scotland U15's in the International tournament in Edinburgh on the 6th, 7th & 8th June. Both played very well in a practice match against the U17 National side, with Kayley at right back and Nuala at sweeper. Despite the older 

 Kayley Ralton 

girls recording a 4-0 victory, the U17's included 5 Hibs 

 Nuala Deans 

Girls, Danni Pagliarulo, Claire Crosbie, Joelle Murray, Diana Barry & Steph Allison, this was an excellent result for the U15's considering it was the first time they had played together and was certainly a sprightly start from the youngsters. The U15's will play Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and an Edinburgh select which will include a few off the older girls from the city.
 
  Scotland Under 17 girls (above) returned from Northern Ireland suffering defeats at the hands of England 3-0 USA 5-0 and a 2-0 triumph over the hosts Northern Ireland. All the Hibs Girls featured prominintly in the three games and congratulations go to Danni Pagliarulo pictured right in action for Hibs Girls who was voted Scotland's player of the tournament, well done Miss P.

An article from US Newspaper on Hibs Girl Claire Crosbie

Rocky signs Scottish soccer player

Claire Crosbie, a defender on Scotland's U-17 national soccer team, has signed a letter of intent to join the women's program at Rocky Mountain College this fall. Crosbie, who is from Edinburgh, Scotland, is one of seven freshmen recruits signed recently by Rocky coach Richard Duffy. "She's actually a national champion badminton player," Duffy said of Crosbie. "She's a pretty good athlete."

The list of new recruits also includes: Megan Spieser, a defender from Casper, Wyo.; Kristen Sprague, a goalkeeper from McCall, Idaho; Anya Jackson, a defender from Great Falls; Shawna McGee, a midfielder from Olympia, Wash.; Melanie Cox, a defender from Billings Senior; and Nina Andersson, a goalkeeper from Kalmar, Sweden. Cox was an all-state Class AA player for the Broncs last fall, while Sprague was an all-state player on a state championship team in Idaho. Andersson attended National Soccer School in Sweden.

Duffy, who is from Scotland, said he is "still looking for three or four high quality players to bring in" for the coming season.

Rocky will begin preseason drills on Aug. 15. The Lady Bears begin their season with exhibition matches at Idaho State University (Aug. 21) and the University of Montana (Aug. 22).

Ballymena International Tournament

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SCOTLAND U17 INTERNATIONALS

 
  With Hibs captain Joelle Murray just back from Scotland duty with the under 19's it is now the turn of four more Hibs girl's to represent their country when the Scotland under 17's fly off to Ballymena, Northern Ireland for three international matches. Best wishes to Danni, Di, Steph and Claire. 

Friday 2nd May

England V Scotland KO 18.00 (Ballymena Showground's Main Arena)
NI V USA KO 20.00 (Ballymena Showground's Main Arena)
Saturday 3rd May
England V NI KO 18.00 (Ballymena Showground's Main Arena)
USA V Scotland KO 19.30 (Inver Park, Larne)
Monday 5th May
NI V Scotland KO 11.00 (Ballymena Showground's Main Arena)
England V USA KO 13.00 (Ballymena Showground's Main Arena)

The full squad for these matches is as follows: -
Stephanie ALLISON (Hibs Girls)
Diana BARRY (Hibs Girls)
Katie BENNETT (Aberdour LFC)
Caroline COLLIE (Arsenal LFC)
Jennifer CONDIE (Cumbernauld Cosmos LFC)
Leslie CONDIE (Cumbernauld Cosmos LFC)
Claire CROSBIE (Hibs Girls)
Erica DUNCAN (BYC Carnoustie)
Fay HUGHES (BYC Carnoustie)
Stacey KING (Fife United)
Karen MCCONNELL (Whitburn LFC)
Kirsty McLAUGHLIN (FC Kilmarnock)
Danielle PAGLIARULO (Hibs Girls)
Katie REILLY (Dundee LFC)
Sharon SCOTT (Aberdeen GFC)
Jane SOMERVILLE (East Kilbride GFC)
Gemma THOMSON (East Kilbride GFC)
Zoe YOUNG (Aberdeen GFC)
     
Danni Pagliarulo   Diana Barry   Steph Allison   Claire Crosbie

 

APRIL 2003

Keep up to date with Scotland's progress in the UEFA Women's Under 19 Championships.

Our own Joelle Murray is with the Scotland U19 squad in Belgium click on the logo for news.

MARCH 2003

Young Scots Hold Republic of Ireland to a 1-1 Draw

City Stadium Livingston 16/03/03

Hibs Girl Joelle Murray (left) in possession 

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Hibs U17 Girls will be well represented on Sunday when Scotland U19's take on the Republic of Ireland at The City Stadium Livingston with current players Joelle Murray and Diana Barry included in the squad along with ex players Jane Doig, Suzanne Malone and Kirsty McBride. Hibs Girls league game against Hamilton has been postponed.
Joelle Murray Click here for more information. Diana Barry
 

Scotland 0 China 1

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FEBRUARY 2003

                   

Congratulations Joelle Murray & Diana Barry

Everyone involved with Hibs Girls would like to congratulate under 17's captain Joelle Murray (left) and goal machine Diana Barry (right) on their inclusion in the Scotland Under 19 European Championship Squad. Well done, a wonderful achievement.

 

NOVEMBER 2002

Scotland Under 17's - 

Hibs Girls Grab Scotland's Goals

26 November 2002

Scotland under 17's played their second game against another American Regional team with Claire Crosbie Hibs centre half employed as a striker, Hibs striker Diana Barry in midfield and Hibs midfielder Joelle Murray playing at right back. These positional changes didn't seem to upset the girls as they ran out 2-1 winners with goals in the 78th and 85th minutes from Claire Crosbie (left) and Hibs striker Steph Allison (right). Scotland will now play the U.S. U17 National team on Saturday.

Scotland Under 17 Girls

26 November 2002

Scotland under 17's started their American campaign with a 2-2 draw against a regional squad in the 2002 US Youth Soccer Girls’ Thanksgiving Interregional Event in Boca Raton, Florida. Scotland were two goals behind when Cumbernauld Cosmos Suzie Lappin (left) scored in the 50th minute and Sharon Scott equalised in the 65th minute. Hibs Girls, Diana Barry, Claire Crosbie, Steph Allison and Joelle Murray all featured.

Four Hibs Girls Included in the Scotland Squad Bound For Florida USA

Congratulations to Claire Crosbie, Steph Allison, Joelle Murray and Diana Barry for their inclusion in the Scotland Squad. A magnificent achievement for the Hibs Girls. Congratulations also to Kirsty McBride who played for Hibs Girls before she moved on to Hibs Ladies.

 

JULY 2002
GIRLS RUNNERS-UP IN SAN MARINO

Hibs girls under 17's finish as runners up in the San Marino Cup. 

The girls returned from San Marino having shown the participants and organisers of the tournament just how high a level girls football has reached in Scotland. Click here for more

MAY 2002

SEVEN HIBS GIRLS RECEIVE SCOTLAND CALL UPS

Congratulations to Diana Barry and Kirsty McBride who were included in the under 17 Scotland squad in games against USA, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and England. Congratulations also to the afore mentioned and to Claire Crosby for her inclusion in the Scotland under 17 team against Northern Ireland.

Also to Tammi Kerr, Kayley Ralton and Wendy Toon and to Nuala Deans (Hibs under 15's) for their inclusion in the Scottish Schools under 14 squad. The four girls played in the Ballymena International Tournament in Northern Ireland in three matches against Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland under 14 Schools and Northern Ireland Under 16's.