A successful charity football match proved to be a winner recently.
Penicuik Cricket Club’s 2nd XI have finished the 2014 season on a high – winning East of Scotland’s Division 5 with an almost perfect record.
Midlothian-based Melville Motor Club hosts the penultimate round of the Scottish ACU Motorcycle Racing Championship at East Fortune this weekend.
Perthshire earned their place in National League 3 as last season’s convincing Champions of Caledonia Region bouncing straight back from relegation the year before.
Dunbar travelled to Dalkeith for this East Region Division 1 match extremely confident having been crowned Division 2 Champions last season.
Easthouses Lily were the visitors to Spartans Academy Ainslie Park for this their fourth league game of the season and were hoping to maintain their unbeaten start to the league campaign.
The games in the Lowland League continue to come thick and fast for Whitehill Welfare who faced old rivals Spartans at Ferguson Park.
Edinburgh United came to Penicuik Park for the first round East of Scotland Cup very much the underdogs according to the bookies.
Bonnyrigg Rose, still looking for a manager after the departure of Max Christie, missed chances in this cup tie, but still dominated the game.
Lasswade Athletics Club athletes have been in fine form recently whilst competing in the Scottish National Athletics Championships held at the Ayrshire Athletics Arena and The Aberdeen Sports Village.
Three points from a possible 15 signalled the end for Max Christie’s three-year reign as Bonnyrigg Rose manager.
A team of Midlothian car repair men have enlisted a local football legend to help them mastermind victory at a charity match this weekend.
Easthouses were the visitors to Home Park, Coldstream, for their third Premier League fixture and came away with a very convincingly 5-2 victory.
Unbeaten Whitehill Welfare made the trip to Castle Douglas on Saturday as the busy opening to the Lowland League season continues.
Dalkeith travelled to Cavalry Park, Portobello, for their first league game of the season, after promotion to East League 1 last season.
Lasswade’s 2014-15 season opened with this first round tie of the BT Cup and there are promising signs for the year ahead.
Arniston entertained pointless Kinnoull and immediately went on the attack.
Bonnyrigg manager Max Christie cut a frustrated figure in the early stages of Saturday’s East Super League match against Linlithgow Road.
With golf fever set to hit the country for the Ryder Cup this September, many Scottish golf clubs, tour operators and accommodation providers are reporting an increase in bookings across 2014.
The time was right for Bonnyrigg golfer Marc Clugston (33)when he scored a hole-in-one during a recent club competition to be rewarded with a limited-edition BOSS watch as recognition for the achievement.