The final formula II National gradings have seen a few changes relating to Racewall drivers depending on their recent performances.
The Lasswade Centre-based City of Edinburgh Trampoline Club recently took home medals from the national championship in Perth.
The Lily visited Albert Park in Hawick for this 1st division league game.
A dominant first half display from Whitehill proved to be enough to see off Threave Rovers in this Lowland League match on Saturday.
Arniston entertained a strong Jeanfield Swifts at Newbyres Park.
Penicuik were awarded a free kick in the fifth minute that caused consternation in the Livingston defence, but the ball was booted clear.
Haddington travelled to Lasswade on Saturday afternoon with high hopes of improving their placing in the championship league.
The latest instalment in Dalkeith’s League 2 campaign was a fixture against Earlston RFC at King’s Park.
Rising snooker star Michael Leslie was this week ruing the missed chances that cost him a place in the last 32 at the UK Championships.
SCOTLAND scrum-half Greig Laidlaw has backed interim coach Scott Johnson to lift the team to victories in the RBS Six Nations despite securing just one win from three autumn Tests.
The Lightning Rod World Final is heading to Cowdenbeath Racewall for the 2014 season – the first time the event has been held in Scotland.
A sports coach from Newtongrange picked up a national award at the weekend for her services to an East Lothian gymnastics club.
Four Midlothian teenagers were part of the Hibernian Under 15s Ladies team that was just one goal away from an historic treble this season.
Edinburgh Regional Cup Pool 2- Lasswade 17-73 Currie
Dalkeith’s so far impressive 100 per cent league campaign took them to Inch Park on Saturday, for this away fixture against Lismore RFC.
Top of the East Super League, Newtongrange Star, entertained bottom of the league Tayport in what – on paper – should have been a home win.
South Challenge Cup holders Whitehill Welfare were dumped out the competition by old rivals Spartans in the capital on Saturday.
Since their early exit from the Scottish Junior Cup, Bonnyrigg Rose have quietly climbed up the East Super League table.
Jodie Mullen has been half way across the world in her bid to get to Glasgow to represent Scotland at judo in the 2014 Commonwealth Games.