Pilgrim ref;Jotter

5th March 1999 at 00:00
There are not many heidies (or heidbummers) who take school football teams and after the experience of Frank Corrigan, top man in Bellarmine Secondary, Glasgow, there could soon be one less.

Bellarmine were playing rivals Lourdes and leading 3-2. Coach Corrigan made a substitution and the match ended in a 3-3 draw. Some of the Bellarmine squad were by all accounts not best pleased.

But however disappointed they were, we are sure that, like us, they will not impugn Corrigan's integrity by suggesting that his recent appointment as the Lourdes heidie had affected his judgment.

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