As part of BBC School Report, Rachel and Caitlin were interviewed by School Reporters from Bryntirion Comprehensive School in Bridgend, Wales about their thoughts about how the Scottish Independence debate compares to similar discussions in Wales.
This link to the Jason Mohammad show contains the interview - it starts at about the 21 minute mark.
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We would like to thank Fiona Stalker from BBC Scotland for all her assistance, including getting us an exclusive interview with Aberdeen FC's Peter Pawlett and Cammy Smith.
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Today we went to Aberdeen’s football stadium, Pittodrie. This is where we interviewed Peter Pawlett and Cammy Smith. Peter Pawlett said he was ‘overwhelmed’ by the amount of downloads of ‘Don’t You Want Me Baby’ by Human League. He revealed to us that all the boys on the team have downloaded the track and play it in the changing rooms! Peter said “My twitter has been non-stop the last week or so, it’s been really busy but it’s been good. It’s nice it’ll be making a bit of money. I just hope I get a share of the money! (laughter)”
The proceeds will go to a brain tumour charity. A campaign by fans helped to send the 80’s hit to No.19 in the UK singles chart.
We asked the pair a few questions, first of all we broke the ice with this:
Cammy: I had porridge this morning, this helps us when we’re training
Peter: I also had porridge, we get offered porridge, toast and stuff like that.
C: It feels great to have won and last Sunday at the parade was amazing. It was great to see people hanging out of windows and on top of bus stops!
P: Yes it does, because we haven’t won a cup in quite a while and just winning this one makes us want to try and achieve to win more.
C: We will be confident going into any games from now on, like we always have.
P: We have always had confidence in ourselves and this just shows people that we can win a cup and hopefully there will be more to come!
P: My twitter has been non-stop the last week or so, it’s been really busy but it’s been good. It’s nice it’ll be making a bit of money. I just hope I get a share of the money! (laughter)
C: Yeah, the whole team has downloaded the song and play it in the changing rooms.
P: When we left the hotel we only saw a couple of fans, but as soon as you got closer to the stadium you saw thousands of people which gave us quite a shock.
C: It was quite a shock because whatever game we play in the fans always help and supports us and that’s what helps us through to the end of the matches.
P: It is important because we want to have one of those games under the floodlights with one of those big teams that would mean a lot more to come!
We felt really privileged to be among the first journalists to have access to Peter Pawlett and Cammy Smith, and we would like to thank Aberdeen Football Club for letting us have this fantastic experience.
After a tough competition, the winner of todays semi-final was Emily Watt, who played the guitar and sang. She faced stiff competition from three talented Stewart house pupils: Caitlin Vaughan who sang, Bethany Vaughan who played guitar and Amy Smith who played the keyboard.
This all happend today at lunchtime in the main hall. The final will be held on the 3rd of April. Good luck, Emily and well done to the Creative Industries team who are responsible for running the talent show.