Penicuik Athletic are tackling life in the top league in style after their vital sponsorship deal was renewed by house builder, CALA Homes.
Local independent House Builder Newcrest Residential have sponsored and supplied new strips to Arniston Thistle.
Sixteen-year-old Lee Perfect is the new Scottish motocross champion, following in the footsteps of his brother Mark who won the title three times.
Two second-half penalties from Steven Manson helped unbeaten Whitehill on their way to a valuable away win at Selkirk on Saturday.
An entertaining match that swung from end to end was not reflected in the scoreline, although both sides probably deserved a point each.
Dunfermline had already conceded 111 points to 13 in their first two league games before they travelled to Hawthornden on Saturday.
Dalkeith welcomed Berwick to King’s Park, with the home side keen to keep up the momentum on their unbeaten start to the season.
David Morris scored a brilliant hat trick as Dalkeith put their Bathgate namesakes to the sword in Saturday’s battle of the thistles.
Bonnyrigg Rose welcomed new boss Davie McGlynn in his first game in charge with a comfortable victory at New Dundas Park on Saturday.
Martin Graham, riding for Midlothian Cycling Club, took yet another win at the weekend in Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, by winning the Scottish Mountain Bike Masters Championship.
Local horse breeder, Kate Thomson from Penicuik gained an elite premium with her filly foal at the Baileys Horse Feeds/British Breeding/British Equestrian Federation (BEF) Futurity held recently at the Scottish National Equestrian Centre in Edinburgh.
Bonnyrigg Rose have announced former Musselburgh boss Davie McGlynn as their new manager following Max Christie’s recent resignation.
Danderhall rider Michael Robertson won the annual Steve Hislop Memorial Trophy at East Fortune for the second time on Sunday.
Penicuik Athletic were unfortunate to come home from Fife on Saturday with nothing as they went down fighting to Ballingry.
Newtongrange Star retained their impressive unbeaten record on Saturday for this season with seven games now played.
Dalkeith travelled to the Borders on Saturday to face Hawick Linden buoyed by two good wins in their opening fixtures in East 1.
Whitehill Welfare progressed to the second round of the Scottish Cup with a comfortable win over Girvan on Saturday.
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.