In this edition of #WhatsYourStory we look ahead to Hill of Beath Hawthorn’s trip to the Manchester Easter Cup with Trans World Soccer.
The Fife outfit will be hoping to get off to a winning start in what is their first trip outside of Scotland.
Coach John Mitchell caught up with Youth Football Scotland, telling us that not only is it the first time the boys will be competing outside of Scotland, but they are also the first Hill of Beath youth team to do so.
The boys join a host of other Scottish teams, along with teams from around the continent in a fiercely competed Manchester Easter Cup.
Coach Mitchell said that the boys are ‘looking forward to getting away together and enjoying playing against different opponents’.
For a team that is going away together for the first time, the coach believes ‘the trip will be a great chance for the boys to show off their team spirit.’
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1. What tournament are you going to?
Manchester Easter Cup
2. What are you most looking forward to?
We’re looking forward to getting away together and enjoying playing against different opponents. This trip will be a great chance for the boys to show off their team spirit.
3. What is something people may not know about Hill of Beath Hawthorn?
We are the first Hill of Beath Hawthorn Youth team to compete outside Scotland following our pathway from the Blue Brazil Boys Club last season.