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The Pride of Leith since 1958

 

Page Updated --- Thursday, 04. October 2012

 

 

 



Trinity Roofing

 

 

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The Redpath Albion Clan keeps on growingClub Noticeboard


Trainee Albion Coach and Leith Academy Senior Student Fergus Ross
with three of the U11 squad display some of the items being gifted to Malawi

Courtesy Edinburgh Evening News

Local Newspaper article


Photographs courtesy of Leith Academy

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Albion's Aussie Connection
Early in 2003 the club was approached by a old club member asking for any surplus kit that could be donated to
help Aboriginal children in the Australian outback. Our club friend was working at an out-post supply station in
Gapuwiyak,
Northern Territory, Australia.
The out-post serves the local Aboriginal and Farming communities and was so far from civilisation that
the nearest town was a 3 hour drive or flight away. In fact it was so isolated that the local farming communities would actually arrive
by two-seater plane to do their monthly shopping. We were happy to oblige and a full set of kit was handed over and is now worn
by the local Aboriginal Aussie Rules Football Team.
Regular emails are sent to the club from Oz and it would seem Redpath Albion has been adopted by the local community.

 

 

 


Trinity Roofing
Still backing Albion
The club is delighted to announce an extension to our Sporting Partnership/Sponsorship with Trinity Roofing.
Our current 5 year arrangement came to a close in July 2011 and after two short
meeting's between the club, and Trinity Roofing owner and ex-Albion player Dave Deery,
the company had no hesitation in extending our sponsorship agreement for another two years.
The historic deal, possibly the longest for any club in the Lothian's, will preserve our
sporting partnership until 2013. The 7-year deal is unique at this level and everyone at the club,
and connected with Albion in the local community, thank Dave and Trinity Roofing for their generosity.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Henry McLeish Review of Scottish Football
Part One: Grassroots, Recreation and Youth Development - 75 Pages
"Was it worth waiting for. Read for yourself"
Report

 

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At last questions being asked about the development and future of the youth game in Scotland
These links are a must read for anyone who cares about the game and its antiquated outlook on youth player development
* Youth Football Investigation Part 1 *

* Youth Football Investigation Part 2 *
* Youth Football Investigation Part 3 *
 

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Club Sponsors Dave and Cath Deery of Trinity Roofing Ltd (Leith)
accept a token of the clubs appreciation from Davy Law, Gary McKenzie (U19 coaching team)
and the clubs longest serving player Amateur keeper Darren Wallace.
The Jubilee kit was presented during a visit to the club lounge at the Strathie Bar

 

 

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Club Newsletter 2007
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Trinity Roofing


Players from each club section - Mini-Colts, Juniors, Youth and Seniors
take a bow with club sponsor Mr Dave Deery of Trinity Roofing
Photograph Courtesy of Mr Ian Mackay, Edinburgh Evening News

 

 

 

 


 


Albion are delighted to announce that the club have been awarded club of the month for February 2007 by
Mr Ian Mackay of The Edinburgh Evening News.
Redpath Albion have been recognised for their work with young people in Lorne/Pilrig/Bonnington/Broughton/Calton areas of the city
 and for it's ongoing community work in the wider Leith Community.
(Details)

 

Albion's Aussie Connection
Early in 2003 the club was approached by a old club member asking for any surplus kit that could be donated to
help Aboriginal children in the Australian outback. Our club friend was working at an out-post supply station in
Gapuwiyak,
Northern Territory, Australia.
The out-post serves the local Aboriginal and Farming communities and was so far from civilisation that
the nearest town was a 3 hour drive or flight away. In fact it was so isolated that the local farming communities would actually arrive
by two-seater plane to do their monthly shopping. We were happy to oblige and a full set of kit was handed over and is now worn
by the local Aboriginal Aussie Rules Football Team.
Regular emails are sent to the club from Oz and it would seem Redpath Albion has been adopted by the local community.
Fame at Last!!

 

 

 


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