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Hill reflects on Albion's fine season

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Albion BC Under 13's are now league champions in what has been a great opening season involved for those associated with the Spain Park outfit.
Albion coach Steven Hill reviewed his side's great season by saying "Hopefully we can win the Batt Cables Trophy against Lewis United however firstly we have a trip to Peterhead to win every single one of our 18 games this season so hopefully we can get a 100% record.
"There has been two disappointments about this season, getting beat in the Colony Park cup semi-final to Dyce on penalties and also getting knocked out so early on in the Scottish Cup to Harmony Row in the 4th round,  who eventually went onto reach the semi-final. I felt that game was a little bit too early for us but there's always next year.
"This Albion side is technically as good as any other Albion side that I've seen, they get the ball down and pass it, they've got power & pace, they play with a high tempo and I think if this team can stick together then they'll go onto win as many trophies as the likes of Macaulay Rae's team did a couple of years ago and they've got every potential to do it.
"They're a cracking bunch of lads and I've only been with them this season however their work ethic and their determination and what you ask them to do is second to none."
"Hopefully we can continue the dominance in Aberdeen and also get to the Scottish Cup final as that's where Albion teams belong. My dad and Bruce are two of the best managers at Albion if not in Juvenile football and I think it was right to separate John and Bruce up even though it was heart breaking. It was good that Albion decided to separate the both of them so that the 13s and 14s can get the experience and it was the right decision as the 13s and 14s have won league titles.
Albion have just one league game left against Peterhead, followed by the Batt Cables final against Lewis United and they took another step towards their 100% record with a 6-1 victory over Dyce in what would be described as a champions display. Cor Degeus opened the scoring which was then followed by a brace from Morgan Bruce, Matthew Fleming, Ryan Blair and Andrew Mitchell with Kyle Koss getting a consolation for Dyce."

David Reid | YFS North Region Journalist
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