Whitehill Welfare (maroon) welcomed the students of Stirling University to Ferguson Park in Rosewell on Saturday for their Lowland League clash.
Bonnyrigg Rose were left shattered last Saturday after losing their Scottish Cup replay by an injury time goal having led at half-time.
East League One title hopefuls Dalkeith had to work hard on Saturday to secure another victory to keep up the pace at the top of the table.
Top of the table Lasswade welcomed bottom side Murrayfield Wanderers to Hawthornden on Saturday and the gulf in class was very telling.
Newtongrange Star earned a place in the last 16 of the Scottish Junior Cup with a hard-fought replay win at Castle Park on Saturday.
Penicuik came away from Armadale on Saturday with all three Super League points with both teams playing their part in this five goal thriller.
Arniston recorded their second win in a row to move further up the league table with a hard fought win against a strong going Dundonald team.
Loanhead’s para-swimming European silver medallist Scott Quin is hoping to be selected for the GB team to take part in the IPC World Championships in Glasgow this summer ahead of next year’s Paralympics in Brazil.
Midlothian Swimming Club held its presentation dance and ceilidh at Bilston Miners Welfare and Social Club recently.
American Football came to Lasswade Centre last week, with local kids getting involved in the gridiron sport.