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Young 'uns team
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Young 'uns team

The losing team from the Old v Young football match.

The winners are on picture #1100.
Picture added on 21 March 2005
I recognise Iain Hogg in the red t-shirt on the right. Is that possibly David Hogg holding the ball? It's difficult to see because of the shadows on his visage, so I'm going to get a proper row off them if I'm wrong!!

Added by Kirsten Fleetwood on 22 March 2005
Look at us - how could we have lost? Mental note to the old team- it won't happen again. See you for the 2005 match.
Added by Iain Hogg on 23 March 2005
Back Row (left to right): Ciaran Hill, Douglas Noble, Greig 'twinkle-toes' Thomson, Gavin Hogg, Hamish Davidson, Charlie Davidson, David Hogg, Philip MacDonald

Middle Row: Kevin MacDonald, William Thomson, Mike the Italian, Iain Hogg

Front Row: Ross Ratcliffe
Added by Greig on 23 March 2005
You are correct oh dear cousin
Added by David Hogg on 23 March 2005
Gutted, we lost again.
Added by Gavin Hogg on 03 April 2005
We'll take them in the summer. Confidence lads. Confidence.
Added by Greig on 17 April 2005
Twinkle toes!! Not much twinkle in those toes that day!
Added by Tipper on 19 April 2005
You're not in the tractor any more, Tipper.
Added by Greig on 29 April 2005
Head like a water bison Greig.

Added by Tipper on 21 May 2005
My batty of a brother William can not play football!

Added by Hamish Thomson on 06 October 2005
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