Newtongrange Star continued their good start to the new Super League season with an impressive 3-1 victory over Camelon on Saturday.
In Sunday’s Diamond League 600 metres race in Birmingham, much fancied Lasswade AC athlete Guy Learmonth had to settle for eighth place.
Premier League champions Penicuik came away with a well-earned point against Super League champions Bo’ness on Saturday.
Dalkeith racing driver Aiden Moffat was joint fastest with championship leader Colin Turkington at the Snetterton tyre test recently. His next race is a ‘home’ meeting at Knockhill in Fife on August 23 and 24.
The Midlothian Summer Pool league came to an end recently, with Andrew Stalker winning the league singles title after defeating fellow Rosewell player Scott Roarty 3-2 in a very close final.
A Gorebridge delivery driver has pulled off his dream shot – again – at Newbattle Golf Course, with a 177-yard hole in one.
On Saturday Penicuik Athletic welcomed Kelty Hearts hoping to build on their impressive away win at title challengers Linlithgow Rose.
Champions Bo’ness United gained three vital Super League points with victory over Bonnyrigg Rose at New Dundas Park on Saturday .
Whitehill Welfare began the defence of the Image Printers Cup with a hard fought home win against East Lothian side Ormiston.
Apart from the customary steady blow from Rosewell, Lasswade couldn’t have got better weather for their annual pre-season 15-a-side tournament on Saturday.
The Junior football season kicked off recently with goals galore in the opening games involving Midlothian teams.
Former Saltersgate pupil Scott Quin is happy with his IPC European Championships silver medal despite coming within a second of gold.
Jeanfield notched their second consecutive victory on Saturday while Dalkeith in contrast were losers for the second time in four days.
Whitehill Welfare continued their solid start to the Lowland League season on Saturday, with their second home win to add to an away draw.
Penicuik Athletic stunned Linlithgow Rose, and indeed the rest of the Super League, with victory over the title contenders on Saturday.
Dalkeith Bowling Club has said a big thank you to a local opticians for ongoing support which has made its annual competitions possible.
While Davie Peacock might have brought home the only Glasgow 2014 medal to Midlothian there was other local success stories.
With the new league season kicking off on September 6 it’s time again for Lasswade RFC’s well established pre-season 15-a-side tournament at Hawthornden today (Saturday), first kick-offs at 1.30pm. Admission is £2 for adults and all children free of charge. Spectators will have the use of the club’s bar and the barbecue will also be serving up hot food.
East Premier champions Penicuik travelled to West Premier champions Auchinleck Talbot on Saturday for their final pre-season friendly.
Bonnyrigg Rose fielded almost a completely new team last Saturday at home to Perthshire side Jeanfield Swifts in their final pre-season friendly match.