Dutch Treat

Last updated : 26 September 2003 By Ed_ScottishFitba
Coach Vera Pauw

Scotland's women's squad to face Holland next Wednesday has no less than 10 players who turn out for Hibs on a regular basis. Coach Vera Pauw is looking forward to facing her own country's national side at Livingston on Wednesday, 1 October. The game has a 7.30 pm kick-off with admission set at just £3 for adults, £1 for concessions. This will be Scotland's last friendly before returning to their UEFA qualifying campaign. They will be heading off to play the Czech Republic in Kravare on 19 October.

The squad sees some of the players who had a professional season overseas back with Scottish clubs. Captain Julie Fleeting is back from
San Diego to sign for Ross County, and Michelle Barr and Mhairi Gilmour returned from Iceland to sign for Doncaster and Hibs respectively.


Claire Johnstone (Kilmarnock)
Gemma Fay (Hibs)
Michelle Barr (Doncaster Belles)
Stacey Cook (Hibs)
Shelley Grant (Ross County)
Suzanne Robertson (Hibs)
Mhairi Gilmour (Hibs)
Suzanne Grant (Ross County)
Joanne Love (Kilmarnock)
Kirsty McBride (Hibs)
Debbie McWhinnie (Glasgow City)
Julia Ralph (Hibs)
Julie Smith (Kilmarnock)
Megan Sneddon (Kilmarnock)
Amanda Burns (Hibs)
Julie Ferguson (Glasgow City)
Julie Fleeting (Ross County)
Pauline Hamill (Hibs)
Suzanne Malone (Hibs)
Marlene Pearson (Hibs)

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