Saturday, 24 September 2011
I caught the first 30 mins of the Halkirk Utd vs Thurso match, before heading off to the rugby. It was 0-0 when I left, but Halkirk went on to win 4-0. The other league scores were;
Clach beat Balintore 5-2
Dingwall lost to Golspie 0-4
Muir of Ord beat Alness 6-0
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|David Allan wins a penalty|
|Stevie Cunningham is congratulated by Gary Weir|
|Gary Weir leaps over Mark Walters and watches his effort go inches past the post|
|Stevie Cunningham scores his third with a simple tap in|
|Gary Weir scores his second|
|Gary Weir is congratulated on scoring his hat-trick|
That is 17 goals in the last 2 games for 'e Scorries. The Highland League teams cup results can be seen on the link;
Highland, Orkney, Aberdeenshire & Aberdeen University all won today. See the results;
Pics of Halkirk vs Thurso (4-0) and Wick vs Coldstream (9-1) coming up later. A busy afternoon!
Friday, 23 September 2011
On the same evening, they were inspected by the Lord Lieutenant Anne Dunnet, who also presented certificates to the cadets who passed their proficiency awards.
The magazine is not generally available in the shops. It is sent to the worldwide members of The Societies, a group of 8 photographic societies, including The Society of International Sport & Leisure Photographers (of which I am a member).
The magazine also features the work of top UK fashion photographer John Denton, who gave a talk to Thurso Camera Club two weeks ago.
The Acks players and officials decided to replace the 12 pints by donating their blood when the transfusion service visited Thurso recently. The blood transfusion service was so impressed that they wanted pics for a press article.
Thursday, 22 September 2011
The park is very tight and I was only 5 feet from the edge of the pitch, which meant a danger of being hit! Celtic winger James Forrest flew into the advertising hoardings only 20 feet away from me.
A crowd of 5,300 watched the action, which included some smoke bombs. The Celtic supporters end was uncovered and they all (around 600) got totally soaked.
A big thanks to Neil Reid for giving me a lift to the match.