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Rabs stars hungry for more cup successes

Rob Roy will be hoping to be northern stars when they kick off their Scottish Junior Cup campaign with a trip to Inverurie.

Aftermath of  Callum Boyd slew footing incident with Kyle Haines at Fife Flyers v Braehaad Clan (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Ban increased but late appeal dismissed

Ice hockey’s disciplinary bosses have reviewed several flashpoints in the weekend games between Fife Flyers and Braehead Clan.

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Action from an exciting League Cup quarter-final between Harestanes and Bannockburn (pic by Jamie Forbes).

Amateur round-up: Harestanes win battle with Bannockburn

Harestanes battled back to beat Bannockburn in a penalty shoot and reach the semi-finals of the JB Tyres Bunrigh Trophy.

Allan Glens (in action against Annan) lost by a single point in their match at Irvine

Allan Glen’s and Lenzie both lose out in Ayrshire

Allan Glen’s had victory snatched from them with the last kick of the match as they went down 24-22 at Irvine on Saturday in an exciting BT West Division 1 encounter.

Luke Whelan (left) gets a pass away despite the attentions of an East Kilbride opponent

Seven up as Rob Roy maintain their fizz and keep unbeaten run going

Rob Roy strolled into the West of Scotland Cup second round of the with a convincing 7-2 win over Central Second Division side East Kilbride Thistle.

Rossvale's Smart Osadolor scored once - and missed a penalty - against his former club.

Rossvale dump Super League Irvine Vics out of cup

A brace from Craig Holmes helped Rossvale overcome Super League First Division side Irvine Victoria to reach the second round of the West of Scotland Cup, writes Stephen Bark.

Brendan Brooks, Fife Flyers, who plays his 1000th career game this  weekend (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Brendan Brooks: 1000 games and a lifetime of memories

Brendan Brooks’ hockey career reads like a road map of north America.

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Keep your driver on the up to get best results

There are basically three ways to hit a driver - slightly on the downswing (as tour pros do), level or, by far the best option, slightly on the upswing.

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Amateur round-up: cup progress for Harestanes and Campsie Black Watch

Amateur round-up: cup progress for Harestanes and Campsie Black Watch

Harestanes hit six of the best to make it through to the next round of the Scottish Amateur Cup.

Willie Sawyers rises above a Hurlford defender during Saturdays win at Guys Meadow.

Rob Roy out to keep winning run going against East Kilbride

Kirkintilloch Rob Roy take a break from the Super League over the next two weeks as they get two more cup campaigns under way.

Lenzie win a linout during their win at Cumbernauld (pic by Charlie Kearton)

Lenzie comfortable winners in derby clash with Cumbernauld

Lenzie achieved a much needed and welcome away win against local rivals Cumbernauld on Saturday.

Allan Glen's withstood a late Annan fightback

Allan Glen’s hold off Annan fightback

Allan Glen’s were 34-29 winners over Annan in their BT West Division 1 encounter.

Harestanes, Scottish Amateur Cup winners in 2015, will have to knock out the holders if they are to progress.

Hares pull cracker in cup draw

The draw for the third round of the Scottish Amateur Cup - to be played on November 5 - has thrown up a cracker of a tie between the past two winners.

Rob Roy keep the pressure on the Hurlford defence

And the wins just keep on coming as Rob Roy stay top of Super League

Cup heroes Rob Roy maintained their perfect league run with a deserved 4-2 success over a powerful Hurlford United side on Saturday.

Rossvale came back from being a goal down at half-time

Holmes show earns Rossvale draw at Vale of Clyde

An improved second half performance earned Rossvale a 1-1 draw away to Glasgow rivals Vale of Clyde in their Central First Division clash on Saturday.

James McArthur celebrated his late leveller for Scotland. Picture Michael Gillen.

Scotland 1 Lithuania 1: Raving and relief

Scotland salvaged a draw from the first home match of the World Cup qualifying campaign, at home to Lithuania.

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Drill to stop slope swing being an uphill struggle

If you are a golfer that is inclined to attack the ball on a steep out-in swing path, resulting in slices, or pulls, then this week’s drill will be very helpful for you.

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Celebrations after Rob Roy's shoot out win over Shettleston

Rob Roy boss wants cup win to be just the start

Kirkintilloch Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell says he hopes last weekend cup triumph can trigger renewed interest in the club.

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