By: Hibernian Media on 07 Mar, 2019 15:02
Rachael Small is the featured player in Issue 22 of The Hibee – the first time one of the female players has been the cover star of the programme – and it is priced at just £3.
In her feature article, the midfielder discusses coming back after giving birth to her daughter Amelia Grace Boyle, the mental challenges of returning to fitness, why she hopes she can be a role model, and Hibernian’s SWPL season to date. For more information, click here.
The Player Card for Friday’s game will be Anthony Stokes, as designed by Matt Dalinson! Thanks to Capital Cars for their continued support of this project.
Also in the programme, we hear from Martin Boyle on his recovery from injury, we review the last week for the Hibernian Development Squad, Lewis Stevenson reflects on last week’s result and Tom Wright looks at four more items from the Hibernian Historical Trust’s collection.
We also take a look at the club’s history at Annfield, the former home of Stirling Albion, Jimmy Dunn’s career is profiled in ‘The Men and Moments That Made Easter Road’, goals from minutes 68, 69, 70 and 71 are recalled in ’90 Goals Through the Years’, and Hibernian’s home kit from the 2003/04 season is remembered by James Delaney.
Coinciding with our 2019/20 Season Ticket campaign launch we have a Q&A with Luke Carey, whose song ‘Easter Road’ was used in the video to kick-off the campaign.
As usual, we have our in-depth look at our visitors to Easter Road in Tonight’s Visitors, and Club News, Through the Lens, and the Hibs Kids pages all return, as do the columns of club captain David Gray and Head Coach Paul Heckingbottom.
Make sure you pick up your copy of the programme from sellers around the ground or from the Hibernian Clubstore for just £3 ahead of the match at home to Rangers.
Overseas supporters and those unable to make the game can purchase their programmes online directly from ProgrammeMaster by clicking here.