1 Sep 2015 16:30
Lowland League round-up - Selkirk numbs namesakes
CUMBERNAULD Colts striker Andrew Selkirk was left devastated after he missed out on his hat-trick against namesake club Selkirk in a dramatic 5-3 win, writes Kenny Paterson.
31 Aug 2015 17:30
Lucky Lawson enjoys first Borders derby
VALE manager Micky Lawson enjoyed his first ever Borders derby on Wednesday evening – but was quick to point out that his team were lucky, writes David Knox at Victoria Park.
31 Aug 2015 09:30
Border Amateur round-up - Legion stun Leithen
A DAVIE Borthwick double saw Langholm Legion shock Leithen Rovers and dump the Tweeddale side out of the Border Cup, writes Kenny Paterson.
31 Aug 2015 09:30
Just champion from Smith & Co
ALTHOUGH we’re still at that stage of the season where grass is more prevalent than mud in the goalmouths, it’s hard not to imagine East Kilbride lifting the Lowland League trophy come the end of the season, writes Dave Ryce at Victoria Park.
28 Aug 2015 13:30
Revenge is sweet for Rovers
ROVERS revenged their recent Qualifying Cup defeat by Hawick to kick off their league campaign with a win, writes DAVID KNOX.
28 Aug 2015 12:30
Kissing bigotry goodbye in the Borders
FOOTBALL fans across the Borders are being urged to 'pucker up’ and take part in an online campaign highlighting their love of the game and their rejection of bigotry.
27 Aug 2015 12:00
Gordon go top of Division A
KEVIN Utterson scored a double to send Gordon top of the Border Amateur League’s Division A.
27 Aug 2015 06:30 • David Knox
Welfare blow Lowland League wide-open
WHITEHILL Welfare blasted open the Lowland League by stunning leaders and defending champions Edinburgh City with three late goals.
26 Aug 2015 18:30
Sucker punch for Selkirk at Kilby
A LAST-gasp winner form Jack Smith broke the hearts of battling Selkirk on Saturday.
20 Aug 2015 11:30
Border Amateur round-up - Stow's homecoming
STOW celebrated the return to their home ground with a 3-0 win over Langholm Legion on the first day of the new Border Amateur League season, writes KENNY PATERSON.
19 Aug 2015 16:30
Star take shine of Selkirk’s early season
THE heroics of Wednesday evening’s win over Spartans were quickly forgotten on Saturday as Selkirk slumped to their first defeat of the season, writes DAVID KNOX.
19 Aug 2015 15:30
Deano defies the odds for nine-man Gala
WHERE to begin?
This was a cup-tie that had everything. Seven goals, penalties scored and missed, red cards, chances galore and a last gasp winner for the nine man embattled home team that nearly raised the roof on Peter Womersley’s famous concrete cantilevered stand, writes GRAEME MCIVER.