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Picture quiz: Name the Scottish football stars by their Corinthian figurine

Among the seemingly endless number of collectable playground crazes of the 1990s was the popular range of football models produced by Corinthian. At their height, these little figures sold by the truck load.

Selkirk's junior football players model their new season kit last week.

Firms show support to young Souter footballers

Selkirk’s young footballers will be hitting the ground running in the best of gear, having been newly kitted out ahead of the new season.

Rafa Cabrera Bello. Pic by Getty Images.

Cabrera Bello snatches Scottish Open title after play-off drama

Sport can quite often be a game of fine margins, and nobody knew that better on Sunday evening than Englishman Callum Shinkwin.
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Dundonald Links Golf Course has proved a fine host of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.

Poulter heading out for final round in 'right state of mind'.

Ian Poulter knows that mind games can force you to lose a game of golf before you've teed off.

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With three Majors already in the bag, Pdraig Harrington has already cemented his legacy.

Pádraig relaxed about his Scottish Open chances

If Pádraig Harrington doesn't finish off the job and seal this year's Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open title on Sunday he'll be the last person to beat himself up about it.

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Dundonald Links is playing host to the Scottish Open.

Fowler feels at home in Scotland

World number six Rickie Fowler says it's great to be back playing links golf in Scotland.

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The Scottish Ladies' squad which played last week - and won - at Stark's Park (picture by Fife Photo Agency)

Stark’s Park hosts Scottish ladies’ friendly victory ahead of Euro 2017

Stark’s Park provided the backdrop as Scotland’s women footballers ensured they would enter their first major tournament on the back of a victory.

Keith McAllister sports an anniverary shirt

‘Tradition is everything for Queen’s Park after 150 years’

Queen’s Park turn 150 years old today and the fan who has seen more of their 4,846 games than any other reckons he would stop watching them if they ever gave up their legendary amateur status.

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Ex-jockey Ryan Nichol now working at Robson's Funeral Directors in Hawick.

Hawick jockey swapping horses for hearses

An amateur jockey has traded in horses for hearses after reluctantly calling time on his racing career.

Greg Turnbull  wins this year's 110m sprint at Peebles.

Jed hopefuls eye up sprint glory

More than 50 athletes hope to be in with a chance of running off with one of the most coveted titles on the amateur athletics circuit this weekend.

Competitors in the obstacle race.

Children a credit to Vertish Hill Sports

It was all fun and games when more than 300 children turned out at this year’s Vertish Hill Sports last weekend.

Jedburgh Border Games treasurer John Steede.

Jedburgh gears up for its 164th games

Jedburgh Border Games – said to be the “Blue Riband” of the Border Games circuit - returns next weekend as the open athletics season reaches Riverside Park on Saturday.

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Horses for courses at Braw Lads Sports

The Braw Lads’ Schoolchildren’s Sports drew a large crowd on Sunday, thanks in no small way to the entry fee being lifted for spectators for the first time in many years.

Red Letter Day. The Beltane Queen leaves the crowning ceremony.

Crowds turn out for a stunning Peebles Beltane Festival

Following in the footsteps of his uncle, cornet Ross Falla proved a credit to both his family and the town during what he described as a stunning Beltane Festival Week in Peebles.

Stow Sports: Fraser Hunter recieves the Edinburgh Cup from Archie Anderson, who won it 50 years ago in 1967.

Villagers enjoy great Sports Week

Every year, Stow Sports Week allows villagers of all ages to channel their inner competitive streak – whether they are running, cycling or dressing up.

Stuart Noble (centre) for Gala Fairydean Rovers.

Gala FR welcome Airdrie for friendly

For the second season in succession, Gala Fairydean Rovers start their pre-season friendly calendar with a visit of the Airdrieonians first team.

Lindsay McGuire of Melrose (picture by SNS Group)

Rugby player Lindsay is a real student of the game

Lindsay Maguire, from Melrose, is hooked on rugby, after taking up the sport last year and helping Edinburgh University to a once-in-a-generation-season.

Tweedbank Thistle FC's P1 winners.

Tweedbank Thistle FC prides itself on community role

Tweedbank Thistle FC has celebrated 22 years in existence wiht its end of season presentations for 2017.

Stewart Robertson accepts his award with Gala FR youth administrator Fred Blackie, right.

Special honour among end of season awards

The latest recipient of the Gala Fairydean Rovers Youths ‘Services for Football in the Community Award’ has been hailed a hero.

Stephen Kershaw and Stuart Clark in action.

Sidecar duo in second spot

After a seven-week break, the British Sidecar Championship returned for round three at the 1.2-mile Knockhill circuit in Fife.

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