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Gala FR endure a ‘Shire nightmare

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Earlston High School's players celebrate their win (SNS Pix)

Earlston High is top of the class

Earlston High School U16s 26, Glasgow High School U16s 12

Lee Stephen of Gala FR is crowded out by yellow-clad East Stirlingshire in the ill-fated, fog-shrouded match on Saturday (picture by Brian Sutherland)

Gala FR pledge to bounce back

Galay Fairydean Rovers gaffer Stevie Noble has apologised to all associated with the club for the shambolic display on Satiurday which handed a record defeat to the Braw Lads.

ClubSport Roxburgh chairman Norman Anderson (left) and the 2016 award winners (picture by Alistair Learmonth)

Sporting area Rox with talent

Sporting stars from the Roxburgh area were honoured on Friday night when the final ClubSport Awards of the season took place in Hawick’s Buccleuch Bowling Club.

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Rachael McDonald, on board Harry the Viking, jumps clear on the way to winning Kelso's Persimmon Homes Scottish Borders National (picture by Alan Raeburn)

Viking raids top prize at Kelso

Harry the Viking sailed home on Sunday to land the £40,000 Persimmon Homes Scottish Borders National at Kelso’s richest race day of the season.

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Hawick's Volunteer Park.

Deals gives Hawick youngsters a sporting chance

Hawick youngsters are being offered hope of following in the footsteps of the likes of rugby union internationals Stuart Hogg and Jim Renwick and becoming sports stars of the future by the news that a £40,000 fund is to be retained despite the imminent demise of the body in charge of it.

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Tartan Army warned over email scam

Members of the Scotland supporters’ association have been warned to ignore an email from the organisation today.

Graeme McIver, centre,  secretary of Gala Fairydean Rovers

Gala FR supporting a selection of charities

Admission charges for Gala Fairydean Rovers’ Lowland League home game against East Stirlingshire this Saturday have been scrapped.

The Scottish rugby sevens side which scored success at Twickenham helps promote the 2017 Melrose Sevens.

Early glimpse of 2017 Melrose 7s line-up

Top international sides are set to take part in the Aberdeen Asset Management Melrose Sevens on April 8 next year.

Road To Gold wins last year's Black Swan Kelso Novices Hurdle Race (picture by Caledonia Photos).

Bumper prize fund riding on Sunday’s race meeting

With a total prize fund of £106,000, Kelso racecourse holds its richest meeting of the season this coming Sunday.

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Duns rally ace Euan Thorburn returned to action at the weekend.

Thorburn keeps options open ahead of 2017

Former Scottish rally champion Euan Thorburn was back in action at the weekend after a few months out of the driver’s seat.

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Gina Walker and David Martin with their Citroen C2 Ecosse Challenge Awards

Salver lining for home girl Gina at C2 Awards

The Citroen C2 Ecosse Challenge Awards were held at Aitken-Walker’s Cars in Duns, with a large turnout coming from all over Scotland for the end of year award ceremony.

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Experience and power told for East U20s under the Oriam roof

Inside story as East prove best against West

East U20s 34, West U20s 12

The Scottish Cup is brought to Chirnside Primary School by Hibernian Football Club. Hibs wrist bands are given out to the children with the message of 'Persevere'.

If at first you don’t succeed ...

Youngsters at Chirnside Primary School were up for the cup on Monday, learning a lesson on perseverance.


The big five-oh – it’s time to walk the walk

Reporter Kevin Janiak celebrates hitting the half century by having a go at a sport that is sweeping the nation – walking football.

BT trophy contests offer some attractive Borders fixtures this weekend

Borders rugby squads in cup action

Borders rugby squads across most of the national divisions take a break from league duty this Saturday to try and make an impression in the BT cup competitions.

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Indoor singles bowls final bears fruit for Forrest

It’s been a sporting spell to savour for south of Scotland women, with top accolades for two leading female Borders players in the last few days.

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A cluster of Langholm players halts Gala YM's Duncan Miller (picture by Alwyn Johnston)

A Gala occasion to forget

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