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Edinburgh Marathon 2018: full list of road closures

The Edinburgh Marathon Festival rolls into town this weekend with races running on both the Saturday and Sunday - make sure you don't get caught out by road closures with this handy guide.
Kai and Kacper - called up for Scottish Youth futsal team.

Dalkeith duo are called up for national service

Samba and Dalkeith is not a pairing you’d expect to see together. In fact you’d doubt they’ve ever been put together in the same sentence.

Penicuik celebrate (archive image)

Penicuik Athletic 3-2 Harthill Royal

Penicuik Athletic sealed their place in the semi-final of the Fife and Lothians Cup after a narrow 3-2 win over South League side Harthill Royal.
Try Bowls event at Bonnyrigg Bowling Club helping to grow interest in the sport

Ronnie Duncan hopes success at Commonwealth Games can boost interest in bowls

Bonnyrigg bowler Ronnie Duncan hopes success on the world stage can inspire the next generation of youngsters to take up the sport.
Bonnyrigg Rose 5-0 Broughty Athletic (picture: Sean Dee Photography)

Bonnyrigg Rose 5-0 Broughty Athletic

Another stunning performance from table-toppers Bonnyrigg Rose saw them maintain their unbeaten home record in the league and smash through the 100-goal barrier after a 5-0 win over Broughty Athletic last Saturday.
Lasswade's Stephen Hunter tries to make ground (pic: Susan Shanks)

Kirkcaldy 32-15 Lasswade

For their last game of this league season, Lasswade were at already crowned champions, Kirkcaldy and the odds had to favour the home side.

Archive image of Newtongrange Star celebrations

Glenrothes 0-2 Newtongrange Star

Newtongrange Star moved into the quarter-finals of the Fife and Lothians Cup after a hard fought victory over Premier League side Glenrothes.
Arniston Rangers players celebrate earlier on this season

Arniston Rangers 2-2 Bathgate Thistle

Arniston Rangers had to settle for a share of the spoils after squandering a two-goal lead against Bathgate Thistle in the East Premier League.
Hannah Darling poses with the trophy after winning the final round of the Girls' U-16 Open Championship at Fulford Golf Club (Photo by Warren Little/R&A/R&A via Getty Images)

Darling wins girls' Open Championship

Bonnyrigg golfer Hannah Darling holed a closing 40-foot birdie putt to seal a dramatic win in the inaugural Girls Under 16 Open Championship at Fulford.

Bonnyrigg Rose, Dalkeith Thistle and Easthouses Lily to join the senior pyramid (picture: John Devlin)

Midlothian trio join the senior pyramid

Three of the six Midlothian Junior clubs will join the senior ranks next season having had their application to the East of Scotland league accepted.
Bonnyrigg's Kyle Wilson tangles with Liam Craig

Kennoway Star Hearts 0-4 Bonnyrigg Rose

Bonnyrigg Rose moved a step closer to the East Superleague title after a thumping 4-0 win over Kennoway Star Hearts.
Lumbert Kateleza's goal proves to be the difference for Penicuik

Penicuik 1-0 Camelon

These two rival teams met for the third time, with Camelon previously holding the upper hand after a victory and a draw against Penicuik Athletic.

Thornton Hibs' Ian Hepburn goes to close down Thistle's Paul Tansey

Thornton Hibs 1-0 Dalkeith Thistle

Wearing black armbands as a mark of respect for their former coach, Tommy Quinn, who passed away earlier in the week, Thornton ground out a win against Dalkeith, with the visitors wondering how they failed to take anything from the game.
New Dundas Park, Bonnyrigg Rose (picture: Scott Louden)

Bonnyrigg Rose confirm intention to leave Juniors and join pyramid

Bonnyrigg Rose have confirmed their intention to leave the Juniors and join the East of Scotland League from the start of the next season, pending a successful application.

Dalkeith in action earlier this year (picture: Colin Wright)

St Andrews 1-4 Dalkeith Thistle

Dalkeith Thistle travelled to the picturesque town of St Andrews on a cracking day for football in good spirits following last week’s win at Bathgate.

Lasswade man of the match Stephen Hunter (picture: David Hunter)

Whitecraigs 22-24 Lasswade

Since the premature departure of Aberdeenshire, Whitecraigs had been the only tenant of the remaining relegation spot and had just two wins from their 18 games to date.

Whitehill Welfare players celebrate

Whitehill Welfare 4-2 Gala Fairydean Rovers

With three games left, Whitehill Welfare are looking to finish the season with a flourish after last weekend’s impressive 4-2 win over Gala Fairydean Rovers

Lumbert Kataleza opens the scoring for Penicuik (picture: Lisa Ferguson)

Broxburn 1-6 Penicuik Athletic

Penicuik reached their highest ever Super League points total on Saturday as they hit the 50-point mark with their 15th league win of the season.

Camelon and Bonnyrigg fought out a goalless draw (picture: Scott Louden)

Camelon 0-0 Bonnyrigg Rose

Top of the East Super League Bonnyrigg Rose failed to find the net on a rescheduled visit to Camelon’s Carmuirs Park on Saturday.

Men's four win gold in lawn bowls (picture: Garry Bowden/Sippa)

Commonwealth Games: Ronnie Duncan is a double gold medallist

Midlothian bowlers Ronnie Duncan and Stacey McDougall produced fantastic displays to help Scotland win medals and record the country’s best ever performance at an overseas Commonwealth Games.

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