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Surge in football attendances at SPFL grounds

More people than ever before are watching Scottish football.

Greg Fernie and Rossvale earned a vital three points at Lesmahagow (pic by Helen Templeton/@dibsy_)

Promotion chasing Rossvale grind out vital win at Lesmahagow

Rossvale moved a step closer to promotion as they ground out a narrow win away to Central First Division strugglers Lesmahagow on Saturday.

Sponsor Dougie McLachlan presented the Supporters' man of the Match trophy, kindly donated by Roddy the Dog Walker, at the end of the game to Kevin Watt.

Injury-hit Kirkintilloch Rob Roy beaten by Pollok

Second half defensive errors cost Rob Roy dearly as injuries took their toll on an already depleted squad at Newlandsfield, writes Neil Anderson.

Stephen McGladrigan and Rossvale draw a blank at Wishaw (archive pic)

Rossvale back on top after goalless draw at Wishaw

Rossvale went back to the top of the Central First Division despite being held to a goalless draw at Wishaw on Wednesday evening.

Rob Roy beat Arthurlie by the odd goal in five

Rob Roy back on winning track with Arthurlie victory

Rob Roy returned to winning ways with a 3-2 success over a battling Arthurlie side on Wednesday night.

Rob Roy were beaten at Clydebank (pic by Neil Anderson)

Clydebank punish Rob Roy for not taking chances

Failure to convert their chances cost Rob Roy dear once again as they went down 3-1 at Clydebank on Monday night.

Kirkintilloch curler Ross Paterson is congratulated on his world championship medal by Cllr Billy Hendry, East Dunbartonshire Council Convener of Place, Neighbourhood and Community

Kirkintilloch curler thrilled at world championship medal

Kirkintilloch curler Ross Paterson is back at work after an 18-month sabbatical - with a World championship medal in his pocket.

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Keeper Jamie Donnelly's heroics helped Rossvale earn a draw at Neilston (pic by Helen Templeton/@dibsy_)

Rossvale clash with title rivals Neilston ends all square

A brilliant strike from captain Jamie Hunter and a fantastic penalty save from Jamie Donnelly earned leaders Rossvale a 1-1 draw and a valuable point from their trip to title rivals Neilston on Saturday.

Rob Roy were forced to settle for a point in the sunshine at Girvan (pic by Neil Anderson).

Last gasp goal denies Rob Roy victory at Girvan

Rob Roy were made to pay for their profligacy in front of goal as Girvan snatched a dramatic equaliser in the final seconds.

Rob Roy striker Willie Sawyers is likely to miss the rest of the season after suffering a thigh injury in training.

Fixture backlog piling up for frustrated Rob Roy boss

Kirkintilloch Rob Roy’s fixture backlog is continuing to pile up after they were hit by yet another postponement on Saturday.

Rossvale took on Forth in unfamiliar indoor surroundings at Ravenscraig (pic by Elaine Robertson)

Rossvale put five past Forth to increase league lead

Rossvale moved four points clear at the top of the Central First Division table with a comfortable win over lowly Forth Wanderers.

Nathaniel Collins (pic by Jeff Holmes)

Collins loses out to home favourite at Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games are over for Stepps boxer Nathaniel Collins.
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Kirk Forbes played a key role in Rossvale's win over Lesmahagow.

Rossvale cruise past Lesmahagow in Central League Cup

Rossvale moved safely into the third round of the Central League Cup with a comfortable win over First Division rivals Lesmahagow.

Lee Gallacher was one of Rob Roy's top performers against Kilsyth (pic by Scott Wilson)

Rob Roy edge past Kilsyth on penalties after late goal

Rob Roy left it late before booking their place in the Central League Cup third round at the expense of local rivals Kilsyth, writes Neil Anderson.

Rob Roy manager Stewart Maxwell

Rob Roy boss delighted with reaction to Scottish Cup exit

Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell has praised his players for the manner in which they have reacted to their shock Scottish Junior Cup exit.

Lenzie's Brian Robertson (right) receives his trophy from Scottish Squash President Jim Hay (Photo: Paul J Roberts | RobertsSports Photo)

Lenzie’s Brian Robertson retains Scottish Masters squash title

Lenzie’s Brian Robertson is a national squash champion once again after winning at the 2018 Scottish Masters National Championships in Inverness.

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Liam McGonigle was on target for Rossvale against Blantyre Vics (pic by Helen Templeton/@dibsy_)

Rossvale clear league leaders after win over Blantyre

Central Division 1 leaders Rossvale took a step closer to promotion with a tremendous second half performance against a very good Blantyre Vics team at Huntershill on Saturday.

Willie Sawyers hit a hat-trick in Rob Roy's win over Irvine Vics (pic by Scott Wilson)

Rob Roy hit six past Irvine Vics in West Cup win

Rob Roy returned to winning ways after their Scottish Cup exit with a 6-1 win over a plucky Irvine Vics side.

Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell saw his side's dreams of Scottish Junior Cup glory end at Wishaw (pic by Scott Wilson).

Maxwell: We need to bounce back quickly from KO

Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell says his side can’t afford to dwell on their shock Scottish Junior Cup defeat at Wishaw.

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