Jan 242012
 

Me and my Auntie Fiona completed the walk with Walter Smith who is the Glasgow Rangers manger. Well me and my Auntie Fiona got this letter through the post and it said you were invited to this evenings ceremony and we got there on Monday night and there was loads of people there, after that the ladies would tell us where to sit and we each got to stand in a queue and wait for our names to be called out and a Rangers player presented our medals to us. On Monday afternoon I got to go and get a picture taken with the Rangers players and get their autographs it was really cool but at the same time I was really shy, but the goalkeeper gave my a signed t-shirt that said best wishes Allan.

By Alicia

Dec 082010
 

Martin Rae, a coach from the Scottish Football Association, visited Port Ellen Primary on  3rd December.  He came to train us  and tell us how to not get mad if the other team wins.  We were dribbling and passing the ball, and we played a game where there are two defenders and there are strikers, and the defenders have to get the ball and touch it.  You then had to put the ball up over your head and stick your feet out, and another person kicked a ball through your legs and said nutmeg to let you go free.  We went in to teams and played a game of football.  Robbie scored a hat trick and then he won a ball for the school.  It was great fun and I hope he comes back again.
By James

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