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Rossvale in good shape despite East Stirlingshire defeat

Rossvale were unlucky not to take anything from their pre-season with East Stirlingshire at Huntershill on Saturday.

Scotland won U18 Girls' EuroHockey Championship II with a sensational 2-1 win over Russia in the final.

Lenzie youngster helps Scotland to European hockey gold

Lenzie youngster Kirsten Cannon helped Scotland’s under-18 girls to a remarkable European hockey triumph in the Czech Republic.

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Maia Lumsden spearheaded Stirling University's Euro triumph (pic by Rob Eyton-Jones)

Lumsden leads Stirling effort to take European title

Lenzie’s Maia Lumsden is a European champion after helping her University of Stirling team strike gold in Portugal last week.

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Brendan Steele.

Live coverage from the Open Championship at Carnoustie

The 2018 Open Championship is under way at Carnoustie.

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Michael Oliver

Oliver and O’Boyle in charge at Harestanes

Amateur side Harestanes will be under new management this season.

Liam McGonigle was on target for Rossvale against Beith

Rossvale boss Moffat encouraged by display against Beith

Rossvale gave Ayrshire giants Beith a run for their money in a pre-season friendly encounter at Huntershill on Tuesday night.

Rob Roy manager Stewart Maxwell

Transition time for Rob Roy and manager Maxwell

Kirkintilloch Rob Roy continue their build-up to the new season on Saturday when they travel to Dalmellington to face Ayrshire side Craigmark Burntonians.

There will be no League Cup derby curtain raiser between Rob Roy and Rossvale this season.

New look League Cup awaits Rob Roy and Rossvale

It’s all change for junior sides Kirkintilloch Rob Roy and Rossvale as they prepare for the fast approaching new season.

The victorious Team GB after their World Championship semi-final triumph. Left to right are Dan Bewley, Neil Vatcher, Connor Mountain, Ellis Perks and Nathan Greaves (photo courtesy of George Mutch)

Glasgow Tigers favourites help Great Britain to World Final

A current and a former Glasgow Tigers favourite played vital roles in helping Great Britain book a World final place in a thrilling night at Ashfield on Saturday.

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Vale boss Gordon Moffat celebrates a late equaliser against Benburb.

Rossvale title will live for ever with friends reunited Hunter and Forbes

Rossvale skipper Jamie Hunter says his side’s title triumph was made extra-special by the presence of his best mate as vice-captain.

The controversial clash between Richie Worrall and Scott Nicholls during Glasgow Tigers' match with Peterborough Panthers (pic by George Mutch)

Glasgow Tigers seek home improvements against

Glasgow Tigers rider Paul Stark says his side's new home track at Ashfield is so wide open you need eyes in the back of your head.

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View from the stands as Scotland take on Brazil in 1982

What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

One of the lucky ones, sports writer Ian MacLean is the only member of the Johnston Press Weeklies Sport department to follow Scotland at a World Cup.
Striker Kevin Watt is leaving Rob Roy to join Linlithgow Rose

Rob Roy boss Maxwell looks to replace key departures

Kirkintilloch Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell admitted his side will face a period of transition as he looks to reshape his squad.

Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell shows his appreciation for the club supporters after the final home match of the season against Glenafton

Manager Maxwell is Rob Roy through and through

Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell this week hailed his club’s supporters for their backing throughout a difficult season for the Kirkintilloch club.

Glasgow Tigers riders Richie Worrall and Paul Starke in action at Workington (Pic courtesy of Ian Adam).

Tigers hold Comets in Shield tie

Glasgow Tigers kept their Championship Shield hopes alive with a 45-45 draw at Workington Comets on Sunday.

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Steven Seaton puts Rossvale in front (pic by Helen Templeton/@dibsy_)

Semi-final heartbreak for Rossvale against Petershill

Rossvale rounded off their season by taking hosts Petershill all the way to penalties in their Evening Times Cup semi-final on Saturday.

Willie Sawyers takes on a Glenafton defender (pic by Scott Wilson)

Late double secures top six finish for Rob Roy

Rob Roy made sure of a top six finish with a fine win over outgoing champions Glenafton at Guy’s Meadow on Saturday, writes Neil Anderson.

Rob Roy beat Kilwinning on Saturday despite a seriously depleted squad.

Rob Roy boss struggling to field team in remaining fixtures

Rob Roy are running out of players as they struggle to complete a season which is threatening to drag on into mid-June.

Stephen McGladrigan tries to find a way through for Rossvale (pic by Helen Templeton/@dibsy_)

Rossvale hopes of cup glory ended by early Perthshire double

Rossvale bowed out of the Central League Cup with a disappointing defeat at the hands of Glasgow Perthshire at Huntershill on Saturday.

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