Recess meant having the smoke you were craving, and the girls' dunnies
would be dense with smoke and thirteen to sixteen year old bodies.
The travelling people would be out in the caravans in the summer, and in the winter they would park up their caravans on Glasgow Green and they would go into the dunnies
to stay for the colder months.
Finally, in group four, Speke Dunnies
won 4-3 at Botanic and Victoria Memorial beat Yew Tree 3-0.
hit nine in an incredible 9-6 win against LH GC in Group Four and Botanic beat Victoria Memorial 4-1 in the same section.
managed a narrow 2-1 home win against Elmoore as Mosslane romped to a 7-0 win over Victoria Memorial.
In the only Premier Division match, AFC Kirkby won 1-0 against Speke Dunnies
and in Healy Cup action Elmoore were beaten 5-1 at home by Western Speke.
AFC Kirkby won 2-1 at Speke Dunnies
in the only other match in the division to go sixth.
Garston Derby maintained their unbeaten start to the season beating Speke Dunnies
4-1 to go top of the Premier Division and AFC Kirkby upset third-placed Elmoore 2-0, although they stay seventh.
PREMIER DIVISION Western Speke hammered struggling Victoria Memorial 8-1, while Speke Dunnies
capitulated 5-2 at home to Mosslane.
Mosslane are in the chasing pack on the back of a 5-2 win over East Liverpool FC while Northpark pose a threat in following their 1-0 win over Speke Dunnies
Garston Derby won 3-2 at LH FC and Speke Dunnies
made it four away wins from four matches as they won 4-2 at Stuart Road.
Mosslane also won by the odd goal in nine against Northpark United FC while the battle at the bottom of the table saw Speke Dunnies
stay a point ahead of bottom club Victoria Memorial in a 3-1 result.
Northpark United were beaten on home ground as East Liverpool FC secured a 4-2 victory and Victoria Memorial secured a cracking 5-2 away win at AFC Kirkby while Mandela FC and Speke Dunnies
fought out a 1-1 draw.
Premier division side Speke Dunnies
beat first division leaders Strand United 3-1 as Leighbridge were humbled by Old Boys league side FC Salle who won 7-0.
Elmoore stayed in touch with the chasing pack after securing a tight but vital 2-1 win over Speke Dunnies
FC while East Liverpool celebrated their first win of the season beating bottom club Victoria Memorial 5-1.