Game of two halves as Albert are dumped out by Lothian men

Hawick Royal Albert 0 
Lothian Thistle HV 4

The Gala FR disability squad.

Gala squad is no flash in the PAN

Gala Fairydean Rovers’ disability football squad travelled to Edinburgh last weekend to participate in the latest round of fixtures in the Scottish PAN Disability League.

Selkirk held on despite two red cards agaisnt Cumbernauld Colts, in yellow.

Selkirk finish with nine players but three points against Colts

Good game management helped propel a spirited Selkirk to a very important win against one of the Lowland League’s most useful sides.

New gaffer Kevin Milne

Royalists bring in new management duo

Hawick Royal Albert have appointed Kevin Milne and Grant Scott as their new management team.

Hawick Royal Albert's top scorer Kris Mitchell was on the mark again (picture by Bob Crombie)

Drenched Royalists caught in goal deluge

Hawick Royal Albert 2, Civil Service Strollers 5

Earlston suffered a heavy defeat.

From bad to verse for Rhymers

Earlston Rhymers 1, Newtown 9

Phil Addison, in blue, in action recently for Selkirk against East Kilbride (picture by Grant Kinghorn)

Selkirk hope Colts will misfire as league heads to conclusion

The closing weeks of the football season will be all about how Selkirk perform in their last seven Lowland League games, says boss Ian Fergus.

Garry O'Connor in action for Selkirk.

Ex-Selkirk boss guilty of shoplifting

Former Selkirk FC player-manager Garry O’Connor has pleaded guilty to shoplifting at Harvey Nichols in Edinburgh.

Gala squads from a recent walking football tournament in the town. Now the aim is to form a team in Hawick.

Any interested Hawick strollers can walk this way

If you are senior in years and hope to recapture former days of playing football – albeit at a more sedate pace – then a new group in Hawick could be your goal.

Phil Addison, in blue, on the attack for Selkirk against East Kilbride (picture by Grant Kinghorn)

One game at a time for Souters

Selkirk FC face seven “massive” games, which they’ll consider one at a time, as they aim to haul themselves clear of the Lowland League drop zone.

Dalbeattie 'keeper beats the Gala FR players to a high ball (picture by Alwyn Johnston)

First defeat of the year for Gala

Gala Fairydean Rovers 2, Dalbeattie Star 4

Challenging action between hosts Whitehill Welfare (in red) and Hawick Royal Albert (picture by Alan Wilson)

Ten-man Hawick surrender lead

Whitehill Welfare 3, Hawick Royal Albert 1

Disgruntled Hamilton Accies fans intend to watch East Kilbride instead this weekend - hosted by Selkirk.

Accies fans in detour to Yarrow

Selkirk FC could find themselves under the gaze of a few additional pairs of eyes as they take on East Kilbride at home tomorrow (Saturday).

Selkirk coach Ian Fergus (picture by Grant Kinghorn)

Selkirk set to make it tough for leaders

Selkirk’s footballers face arguably their biggest challenge of the season on Saturday as they bid to keep clinging on to their Lowland League status.

SBSR Galashiels Walking Football

New evening slot for walking footballers

The Gala Fairydean Rovers Walking Football team has a new weekly evening training slot, and they keen to welcome anyone who is thinking of trying out the sport.

Hawick Royal Albert, in blue, scored a commendable cup tie away win (picture by Alan Wilson)

Hawick show little concern for Welfare

Whitehill Welfare 2, Hawick Royal Albert 3

Stuart Noble and Billy Miller on the attack for Gala FR, in stripes (picture by Alwyn Johnston).

Last-gasp leveller saves Gala FR

Gala Fairydean Rovers 1, Selkirk 1

Selkirk coach Ian Fergus (picture by Grant Kinghorn)

Gala FR host Selkirk in rearranged derby

Swift advantage is being taken of a free Saturday tomorrow, with Selkirk FC and Gala Fairydean Rovers playing a rearranged fixture at Netherdale’s 3G pitch, one week after their derby clash was clobbered by the freeze.

Gala Fairydean Rovers, in red, recently enjoyed a 5-1 win over Hawick Royal Albert (picture by Alwyn Johnston)

Hibs to play friendly against Gala FR

Scottish Cup holders Hibernian are sending a team to play Lowland League side Gala Fairydean Rovers for the second time this season.

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