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    Leith Athletic FC vs Hibs Legends (19.05.17)

    A charity match in memory of the late Shaun Woodburn will take place at Leith Links on Friday night, kicking off at 6:45pm involving a Leith Athletic FC Select vs Hibernian Legends.

    The event will see 16 of Shaun’s former Leith Athletic teammates take on an array of Easter Road stars, with Anthony Stokes, Kevin Thomson and Mickey Weir among those joining in.

    Organised by the Leith Community Fundraising Organisation – with the support of Leith Athletic – it is hoped the match could raise thousands for Street Soccer Scotland, the charity chosen by Shaun’s family.

    The Hibs Legends on show include Darren Jackson, Gareth Evans, Gary Smith, Graham Harvey, Gordon Hunter, Colin Nish, Steven Raynes, Mark McGraw, Willie Jamieson, Tam Aitchison, Keith Wright and Billy Bauld.

    At half time, new Hibs signing, Danny Swanson will join former youth player, Lee Currie to take on Anthony Stokes and Kevin Thomson in a penalty shoot out.

    6:00pm - 7-a-side tournament featuring Leith Athletic FC 2008's

    6:45pm - charity match

    HT - Leith Athletic FC v Hibernian FC Penalty Shoot Out

    More information on the match is available on the ‘Leith Legends v Hibs Legends’ Facebook page.


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    A charity match in memory of the late Shaun Woodburn will take place at Leith Links on Friday night, kicking off at 6:45pm involving a Leith Athletic FC Select vs Hibernian Legends.

    The event will see 16 of Shaun’s former Leith Athletic teammates take on an array of Easter Road stars, with Anthony Stokes, Kevin Thomson and Mickey Weir among those joining in.

    Organised by the Leith Community Fundraising Organisation – with the support of Leith Athletic – it is hoped the match could raise thousands for Street Soccer Scotland, the charity chosen by Shaun’s family.

    The Hibs Legends on show include Darren Jackson, Gareth Evans, Gary Smith, Graham Harvey, Gordon Hunter, Colin Nish, Steven Raynes, Mark McGraw, Willie Jamieson, Tam Aitchison, Keith Wright and Billy Bauld.

    At half time, new Hibs signing, Danny Swanson will join former youth player, Lee Currie to take on Anthony Stokes and Kevin Thomson in a penalty shoot out.

    6:00pm - 7-a-side tournament featuring Leith Athletic FC 2008's

    6:45pm - charity match

    HT - Leith Athletic FC v Hibernian FC Penalty Shoot Out

    More information on the match is available on the ‘Leith Legends v Hibs Legends’ Facebook page.
    Brilliant

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    @hibs.net private member Bishop Hibee's Avatar
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    Looking forward to it.
    "Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral.' - Paulo Freire

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    Chaplins playing Hibs and Leith songs from 6pm .

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    Sounds like it'll be a great night in memory of a great man. Enjoy everyone & raise plenty cash.

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    Think i will bring my kids down for it. Sounds like it will be a great night and it will raise lots if cash.

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    Apologies as I don't have Facebook but where exaclty is this? Is it down near the old Leith Academy? Is there a fee being charged for admission or is it a donation? Had a work night out but planning on going to this instead.

    Thanks

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    Calling all leith links locals..

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    How did this game go?

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    @hibs.net private member Bishop Hibee's Avatar
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    It was 3-1 for Leith Athletic about half way through the second half. I left due to hypothermia setting in. Good event well attended which must have raised a few quid for the Street Soccer charity. Stokes was in attendance taking pens in jeans and Hibs top while Danny Swanson took pens for Leith Athletic.
    "Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral.' - Paulo Freire

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    Ended up 4-2 to leith with hibs missing a penalty but raised over 1.500

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    Was there any chat from stokes about coming back? Just passed him on Rose street a few mins ago.

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    Ended up 4-2 to leith with hibs missing a penalty but raised over 1.500

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    Hope there was a good crowd for the event.

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    Hope there was a good crowd for the event.
    Massive crowd mate, brilliant effort.
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    Massive crowd mate, brilliant effort.
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