Hibs’ teenage stars were crowned EOS First Division champions on Saturday after defeating title rivals Easthouses Lily on Saturday.
Eathouses Lily’s manager admitted the occasion maybe got to his players when they lost 2-0 to Hibernian in Saturday’s final day title decider.
Midlothian Cycling Club has been set up by cycling enthusiasts catering for children through to adults. The club covers all cycling disciplines including mountain biking, road racing, Enduro, triathlon/duathlon/ironman and cyclocross.
Twin brothers Darren and Gavin McBay (16) went head to head on Saturday at each end of the pitch in the Loanhead v Dalkeith clash.
A team of celebrities are to help a recently created Midlothian side prepare for their first season in action.
Whitehill’s 10 game unbeaten run since New Year came to an end at a blustery Ferguson Park on Saturday, and more or less guaranteed Spartans the first ever Lowland League title.
Arniston Rangers travelled to Fife to take on Oakley, who had taken full points off the Rangers on their last visit to Newbyres Park.
Penicuik Athletic kept up their late title charge with victory on Saturday putting them just nine points off the top spot with six games in hand.
Star suffered a telling blow to their fading title hopes at a windswept Prestonfield against last season’s champions Linlithgow Rose.
Easthouses Lily will play Hibs this Saturday in a winner-takes-all final day title decider after they saw off Kelso United 2-0 on Saturday.
Fifty local schoolchildren came together for the fairtrade football tournament recently at Bonnyrigg Rose’s New Dundas Park.
Dalkeith RFC’s under 16s have signed a new sponsorship deal with Audi Edinburgh.
Newbattle staff and pupils warmly welcomed judo champ Stephanie Inglis to the high school recently.
Valentino Volante (17) is set to go full-time as a judo athlete when he leaves school this summer, after dominating the sport at junior level.
Four Midlothian teenagers triumphed in the showpiece under 15 girls rugby Scottish Cup Final held in Stirling recently.
Surprisingly it turned out to be a dry evening at the Cowdenbeath Racewall and from time to time there was even blue sky on Saturday.
Two late goals secured a 10th straight win for bang-on-form Whitehill Welfare on Saturday afternoon in this East/Midlothian derby.
Alan Miller’s men reclaimed top spot in the East Superleague with a five star performance at Volunteer Park on Saturday.
Dalkeith could have won by more than the three goals they scored against Kirrie who were reduced to 10 men with only 18 minutes gone.
Penicuik kept their title dream alive and kicking on Saturday and are now nine points off the top of the league with six games in hand.