More than 300 runners took part in Lasswade Athletics Club’s annual 10 mile road race on Sunday.
Lothian Disability Badminton Club celebrated winning a total of nine medals at the seventh Scottish Four Nations Para-Badminton Championships held recently.
Lasswade RFC’s youngsters welcomed a strong touring Birkdale School side from Sheffield last week with games arranged for P6 and P7 age levels.
The Jags came from behind twice to win this game with a terrific second half performance enough to see off their opponents from Fife.
The Rosewell side kept up their unbeaten run in 2014 with a hard fought win at home to Stirling University on Saturday.
New Victoria Park was packed on Saturday, with the majority expecting a win for the high-flying home side in this Midlothian derby.
Penicuik Athletic went down fighting in their Scottish Junior Cup fifth round replay at Juniors giants Irvine Meadow.
Lasswade High School seniors celebrated the opening of a new 3G football pitch by taking on their teachers in a “friendly” match.
Dalkeith Campus Taekwondo Club picked up eight medals at the recent Scottish International Taekwondo Championships and will now represent Scotland at the European Championships in Ireland in June.
Temple athlete Freya Ross was on hand to congratulate Dalkeith High School pupils who took home the winners’ medals in this year’s Giant Heptathlon.
Penicuik welcomed North Berwick in this rearranged RBS Shield match which was snowed off the previous weekend.
EOS Qualifying Cup semi-final,
Newtongrange Star maintained their lead at the top of the East Super League with a resounding victory ahead of the derby against Bonnyrigg.
Bonnyrigg Rose prepared for this weekend’s Midlothian derby against Newtongrange Star in the worst way possible way, with a home defeat.
Penicuik Athletic drew 0-0 with Juniors giants Irvine Meadow in the Scottish Junior Cup on Saturday to force a replay in Ayrshire.
After an early pitch inspection this massive game went ahead in front of a 500-plus crowd at a buzzing Penicuik Park on Saturday.
A new competition on the Scottish Gymnastics calendar was announced 25 years ago, to be held at Lasswade High School Centre on April 9, 1989.
A good crowd turned out at Newtongrange Star’s New Victoria Park on Sunday afternoon to welcome Mary and Misty from Thornton Rose (Riding For The Disabled).