hutchie

hutchie

(ˈhʌtʃɪ)
n
Austral a groundsheet draped over an upright stick, used as a temporary shelter
[C20: from hutch]
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He said then: "I moved straight from Hutchie Vale to Man United so it was just crazy.
Lee McGregor and Jason Cummings have known each other their entire lives - from kicking about Saughton's streets to getting up to mischief at Stenhouse Primary School to playing for Hutchie Vale.
Speaking of a conversation he had recently with the PUP's Billy Hutchinson, Spence said: "I've been telling Hutchie to smile more, be more open, less angry looking.
One of the Cardiff players said something to Hutchie after his fight and I didn't think it was appropriate because it was an even fight.
I know, Hutchie,'' was the reply from his fellow Australian.
A young soldier, Corporal Henry Cancade, Royal Canadian Regiment, who was grossly wounded by a hutchie fire in Korea.
Leigh Griffiths may be one of the highest-profile players to have come through Hutchie Vale's ranks - but he's in good company.
We played at Under-11 level at Granton Boys Club then we came to Hutchie but the manager didn't like him
I was brought up on Curtis, Gibbo, Hudson, Hutchie and many more GREAT players.
I spent a year with Inch Colts in Gilmerton, which was only 15 minutes up the road, then I made the step up to Hutchie Vale.