After losing their unbeaten record at Linlithgow last week, Dalkeith welcomed Langholm RFC to Kings Park in East League 1.
Given their league positions Whitehill were expected to win this East/Midlothian derby but had to come back from two down to claim a point.
Penicuik travelled to Hill of Beath on Saturday for the first ever fixture between the sides and the fans were entertained with an enthralling game.
Lasswade Gymnastics Club will have an incredible five gymnasts representing Scotland at the British National Elite Grand Finals next month.
Week 4 of the Edinburgh and Lothians Table Tennis League was a very quiet one for Penicuik Table Tennis Club.
Lasswade RFC coach/player Bernie Hennessy and club president Ian Barr are presented with the Nissan Juke by Alex F Noble and Son Nissan dealer principal David Noble.
Whitehill Welfare travelled to Forthbank, Stirling, looking to get back to winning ways after last week’s Scottish Cup exit.
A crowd of around 500 saw honours evenly shared in Saturday’s Super League ‘Match of the Day’ at New Victoria Park.
Dalkeith’s unbeaten record in East League 1 came to an end in a closely fought match against Linlithgow last Saturday.
Meadowmill Sports Centre in East Lothian provided the setting for this year’s Lothian School Badminton Festival.
Silverstone was the venue for Round 11 of the National Superstock 1000 Championship and ,for Danderhall Motorcycle Ace Michael Robertson, it was the second visit in two months to the historic 3.67 mile circuit in Northamptonshire after competing in a support race at the British round of the MotoGP in August.
Midlothian teenage sensation Colin Noble Junior was the star of the final two rounds of this year’s Protyre Formula Renault Championship.
A battling Whitehill Welfare narrowly exited the Scottish Cup at the hands of SPFL side East Stirling on Saturday at Ferguson Park.
Lasswade pupil Taylor Stewart will represent Scotland in the eventing team at the UK regional championships this week.
Newtongrange Star proudly climbed to the top of the East Super League this week with another excellent away performance on Saturday.
South League leaders Haddington Athletic shocked their Super League hosts Bonnyrigg by taking an early lead but Rose won easily in the end.
Dalkeith welcomed old foes North Berwick to Kings Park on Saturday, keen to preserve their, so-far, unbeaten record in East Division 1.
All the Midlothian youth finals have now been played, and trophies handed out.
It’s only been going for a few months but Midlothian Cycling Club is already starting to see success from it’s young cyclists. At the recent Dirt Crit series at Glentress, organised by Peebles Cycling Club, Gregor Allan (pictured above) won all six of his races to take the overall series winner for the age 8 category. There was also success for Cam McSorley, coming third in two of his races in the age seven category.
Shottstown Miners Bowling Club hosted this years KPS Champion of Champions Finals recently.