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These are (some of) our people...
Player | Jen Arnsby
We try to call Jenny by her St Andrews nickname "Smelly Chat" - other teams just think that we are very rude!
Treasurer | Stacey Bordoli
That's not her name! That's not her name!
Player | Verity Clark
An Edinburgh shinty veteran, Verity has got the law on her side too!
Player | Linda Corcoran
Looking dangerous wherever she is on the pitch, Linda is new to shinty in 2010, but already has defenders all over the country quaking in their boots!
Trophy | Sir Caledonian Canal Challenge Cup
Our newest and shiniest member. Unfortunately doesn't hold his drink so well.
Player | Geraldine Daly
A new signing for 2010 - Geraldine "Legs 11" Daly has converted easily from camogie to shinty.
Player | Niamh Donnelly
Niamh made a cracking debut to Forth's 2010 season with 4 goals in her starting game.
Coach | Steven Dormer
Steven has been Forth's coach of the year for the past 3 years. Currently working on our fitness and chesting the ball - good luck with that!
Player | Jenny Durkin
JD makes a very welcome return to the fold in 2010 after a year spent upside down and stick sport-less in NZ.
Player | Leigh Fell
Since first picking up a shinty stick in July 2010, Leigh has wowed Forth with her precocious talent - spurring rumours that she is in fact a reincarnation of a past shinty legend....
Player | Aoife Fitzgerald
In her first season of playing for Forth, Aoife has been a good luck charm in cup games - 100% win record so far!
Camogie Committee (CamCom) | Una Henry
Another camogie convert, Una is an inspiration to us all.
Keeper | Mickie Imrie
Mickie is a veteran Forth player from the early days. Envied by all the players because she's allowed to wear trackies and a jumper during matches and because she has the best car!
Keeper | Rudra Kapila
A new signing to Forth in 2009 who took up her position between the sticks with flair. She gives as good as she gets (especially to the opposition supporters!)
Player | Grace Kavanagh
New for the 2009 season, Grace has picked up shinty well and loves the matches - especially against the small people!
Shinty Captain | Mairi Lawson
2009: Top organiser of the infamous grand tour of Badenoch and Strathspey and the legendary StrathForth tournament - Maz is always on top of things, on and off the pitch!
President | Sophie Moyles
Sophie takes time out of her busy job as a Morrissey impersonator to pop some goals in or puck some balls out for Forth. Versatile player!
Player | Natalie Nicholls
Most injured player of 2009, 2008 and 2007 seasons but not 2010! Needs to stop playing such rough sports (i.e. rugby!)
Player | Jen Pasquill
Edinburgh native who learnt her shinty and drinking at St Andrews Uni. Runs marathons on and off the pitch.
Keeper | Liz Perry
Polly steps up to be shot stopper - still waiting for a chance to play in her normal position of defence for Forth!
Player | Gemma Seaton
New to the sport in 2010 - Gemma is confident that she can implement some of her Dundee street-fighting moves onto the shinty pitch.
Secretary | Katy Smith
Started playing with the newly formed Edinburgh Uni ladies team in 1999. Poor injury record - only 1 bone broken in 10 years.
Player | Jenny Smith
Bonjour Jennifre! Called back to the squad to increase Jen and Smith quotas, Jen S returns to the team after spending the first half of 2010 in continental Europe.
Public Relations Officer | Aisling Spain
A camogie convert who's now firmly in the shinty camp. Also trying to convert her whole family to the shinty cause.
Player | Diana Stevenson-Moore
A new recruit thieved all the way from Canada's west coast, Diana has picked up shinty in style.
Player | Holly Webster
Mid-field genius Holster has made a very welcome return to shinty in 2010.