Bonnyrigg’s first defeat in 11 games saw them surrender all three points to visiting Sauchie last Saturday in a topsy turvy affair.
Newtongrange Star stunned Scottish Cup heroes Bo’ness United last Saturday to keep their title dreams alive and kicking.
Due to problems with the Carnoustie pitch, this match was switched to Penicuik Park on Saturday and the Cuikie took full advantage!
Gore Glen was once again the venue for Lasswade Athletic Club’s open cross country races which attract participants from the east, central belt and west of Scotland.
A motion was raised at last week’s Midlothian Council meeting congratulating Danderhall bowler Davie Peacock on his gold medal success at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, the only Midlothian athlete to pick up a medal.
Misbah-ul-Haq’s record equaling century sent reverberations across the cricket world – and as far away as Midlothian, where he is still the talk of the town.
Local bowler Jack McNabb was crowned under-17 Young Scottish Masters champion at the Dewars Centre in Perth at the weekend.
Premier League Dalkeith Thistle were denied a famous cup tie victory over Super League Sauchie and were knocked out by a late, late goal.
Newtongrange Star got back to winning ways in this second round tie with a good win against fellow Super League side Broxburn Athletic.
City of Edinburgh Trampoline Club (CETC) gymnast, Caitlin O’Brien (16) has been selected for the Junior Double Mini Trampoline (DMT) team, for the World Age Group Trampoline, DMT & Tumbling Championships 2014 which takes place at Daytona Beach, Florida, this weekend.
Lasswade kept up their chase for a promotion spot after an impressive victory on Saturday against league leaders Dumfries Saints.
Penicuik Athletic were quickly off the mark when, in the third minute, a neat one two between Killin and Jancyzk saw the latter curl the ball into the net off the far post.
A host of Scotland’s athletic talent were in the hot seat to answer questions from 120 children and young people from schools across the country last week, at a special event to celebrate the learning opportunities provided by the Commonwealth Games.
Pictured above are Penicuik Table Tennis Club’s Rachel Petrie and Louis Myatt, who were both in action in winning teams in Round 1 of the Handicap Cup Competition.
Whitehill looked to continue their winning run as they entertained Dalbeattie in their last home match for four weeks at Ferguson Park.
The home side ran out deserved winners in this top of the table clash at a chilly Central Park on Saturday, with Star tasting defeat for the first time this season.
Penicuik Athletic travelled the short journey to Bonnyrigg Rose on Saturday for the first top flight derby clash between the sides in 25 years.
Dalkeith travelled to old foes, Penicuik RFC in a Midlothian derby cracker, for this first round BT Shield fixture on Saturday.
Players from Bonnyrigg Rose Colts 2002s joined their friends at ‘Bright Sparks’ playgroup in Bonnyrigg to show them their new strips for the coming season which help to promote the great work done by this local charity.
Top local sports stars young and old across many sports were recognised at the annual Midlothian Sports Awards held last Friday.