Under-10s net great day out at home of SFL outfit

Hawick Youth under 10's travelled to Dunfermline on Saturday as guests of Dunfermline FC.'' ''The Hawick youths played a game earlier in the day at Dunfermline's training academy, were the beat Dulloch FC by 3 goals to 1. Some great football was played by both sides and the Hawick youngsters more than held their own against a very good side.'' ''After the game all youths, mums and dads, were entertained by Dunfermline, at the Dunfermline V Cowdenbeath game. It was a great day out for all , and special thanks to Billy Hodgins who organised the visit to Dunfermline FC, for the boys.
Hawick Youth under 10's travelled to Dunfermline on Saturday as guests of Dunfermline FC.'' ''The Hawick youths played a game earlier in the day at Dunfermline's training academy, were the beat Dulloch FC by 3 goals to 1. Some great football was played by both sides and the Hawick youngsters more than held their own against a very good side.'' ''After the game all youths, mums and dads, were entertained by Dunfermline, at the Dunfermline V Cowdenbeath game. It was a great day out for all , and special thanks to Billy Hodgins who organised the visit to Dunfermline FC, for the boys.

Hawick Youth Under-10s were guests of Dunfermline FC on Saturday, and they kicked off their day with a game at the club’s training academy against Dulloch FC.

Some great football was played by both sides, with the Hawick youngsters more than holding their own against a very good side before running out 3-1 winners. After the match, the players, pictured above, and their mums and dads enjoyed Dunfermline’s home match against Cowdenbeath, and special thanks to Billy Hodgins for organising a great day out at the home of the SFL Irn-Bru First Division side.

HAWICK ‘A’ met Hawick ‘B’ in the league at Wilton Park in an entertaining 17s clash in which the ‘A’ team overturned a half-time deficit to win 6-2.

The ‘B’ side took an early lead through Liam Anderson, before Hawick ‘A’ levelled through a Scott Redmond own goal. But Hawick ‘B’ went into the break 2-1 up thanks to a tremendous free-kick from Alastair Tripovic.

Hawick ‘A’ soon levelled after a great run and finish from Dale Whillans, and they were 3-2 in front when Chay Caldwell was first to pick up a loose ball.

A goal from top scorer Euan Gray made it 4-2 and Robbie Kelly put the ‘A’ team 5-2 in front with a great strike. Sean Solley rounded off the scoring with a header from close range.