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Clydesdale sporting stars to be honoured at Cartland Bridge Hotel this Friday

The Clydesdale Sports Council Sports Personality of the Year Awards are 36 years old now but still showing no signs of flagging!

Rossvales Gary Giffin nets one of his double which helped earn a 4-2 victory over Lesmahagow Juniors on Saturday (Pic by Helen Templeton)

Lesmahagow stay in deep relegation danger after loss at leaders Rossvale

Despite a late revival, struggling Lesmahagow Juniors went down to a 4-2 Central Division 1 defeat at leaders Rossvale on Saturday.

Rowan Stewart scores Biggar's first try in 26-0 home BT National League Div 2 victory over Howe of Fife (Pic by Nigel Pacey)

Howe's about that then...Biggar Rugby Club record 26-0 victory!

Biggar Rugby Club recorded a deserved bonus point 26-0 home win over Howe of Fife on Saturday and are fifth in the BT National League Division 2 standings, writes Alistair Stewart.

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Katie Foss sprints towards the finishing line as she leaves rivals in her wake to clinch the Scottish Schools under-16 300m crown (Submitted pic)

Biggar's Katie Foss the boss of the track again as she starts 2018 in brilliant fashion

Biggar girls 300m ace Katie Foss continues to rack up the medals impressively when competing against some of the country’s top young female racers.

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Iain Hughes (right) has revealed that Lanark Rugby Club have been removed from BT West Division 3

Lanark Rugby Club removed from league after failing to fulfil five fixtures

Lanark Rugby Club have been booted into touch from playing competitive matches in BT West Division 3, after failing to fulfil five fixtures this season due to player shortages.
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The outdoor green at Law Bowling Club

Law Bowling Club saved from extinction after appeal in Gazette

Crisis hit Law Bowling Club has been saved from imminent closure – after an article appealing for new members appeared in this newspaper.

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Flynn (right) and Collins in action

Charlie Flynn: If Ryan Collins fight had lasted another 30 seconds I'd have won

Lanarkshire boxing ace Charlie Flynn would have beaten old foe Ryan Collins on Saturday night if their Scottish Lightweight title contest had lasted just 30 seconds longer.
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Hopefully all the snow will have cleared from John Cumming Stadium pitch to allow this Saturday's semi-final to go ahead

Carluke Hearts AFC face massive semi-final encounter

Local amateur outfit Carluke Hearts have a massive match against Bonnyrigg Rose AFC this Saturday in the McDonald Cup semi-finals.

Tollcross medallists (from left) Millie McArthur, Heather Stevenson, Shiona McClafferty and Justin Bone (Pic by Stuart Stevenson)

Medals galore for Lanark swimmers at West Districts in Tollcross

It was a welcome return to Tollcross for Lanark Amateur Swimming Club when they competed at the recent West District Group 2 Long Course Championships.

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Lanark-born scrapper Charlie Flynn blamed old foe Ryan Collins for their clash of heads last April (Pic by John Devlin)

Boxer Charlie Flynn blasts back at old foe Ryan Collins ahead of Saturday's rematch

Lanark-born boxing ace Charlie Flynn has blasted back at old foe Ryan Collins ahead of the pair’s eagerly awaited rematch tomorrow night (Saturday).

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Forth were down and out at Wishaw (Pic by Elaine Robertson)

Poor defending cost Forth Wanderers their place in Scottish Junior Cup

Forth Wanderers blew their Scottish Junior Cup hopes by losing 1-0 at Wishaw in a long awaited fourth round tie, writes Craig Goldthorp.

Paul Davies (right) has been named as co-manager of Newmains United Juniors

All change in local football circles as Carluke FC merge with Newmains Utd

Paul Davies insists being in the same dugout as Craig Gupwell won’t be a problem – after they once shared a street.

Whitecraigs thwart this Biggar attack (Pic by Nigel Pacey)

Biggar Rugby Club promotion bid wiped out by 15-15 draw at Whitecraigs

Any lingering hopes Biggar Rugby Club had of getting promotion this season were extinguished by Friday night's 15-15 draw at Whitecraigs, writes Alistair Stewart.

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Paul Burns has been sacked by Lanark United

Paul Burns fired by Lanark United and replaced by ex-Carluke Rovers gaffer Colin Slater

The managerial merry go round in local junior football gathered further pace this week when Lanark United sacked Paul Burns and replaced him with former Carluke Rovers boss Colin Slater.

Will Law and District AAC star James Gillon (pictured) be a contender to win an award after his fine 2017 season?

Chance to vote for your top Clydesdale sports performers of 2017!

Nominations are now open for the Clydesdale Sports Council Sports Performer and Team of the Year Awards 2017.

Euan Stewart of Biggar Rugby Club scores a try in the 30-29 league defeat at Hamilton (Pic by Nigel Pacey)

Heartbreaking last gasp defeat at Hamilton dents Biggar Rugby Club's promotion bid

Biggar Rugby Club’s promotion hopes suffered a blow in a heartbreaking late 30-29 defeat at Lanarkshire rivals Hamilton on Saturday, writes Alistair Stewart.

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Forth manager Jamie McKenzie

Forth Wanderers have realistic shot at reaching last eight of Scottish Junior Cup

Forth Wanderers may never have a better chance of reaching the last eight of the Scottish Junior Cup, although they are still two rounds away from getting to that stage!

Biggar Rugby Club head coach Gary Mercer

Biggar Rugby Club head coach Gary Mercer eyeing promotion this season

Biggar Rugby Club head coach Gary Mercer is eyeing promotion this season after their impressive 34-10 home win over GHK in their last league match.

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Corey McMorran will be going for glory in this years UK Mini Moto Championship (Submitted pic)

Carnwath motorbike racer Corey McMorran (11) quick to show that autism is no barrier

Carnwath motorbike racer Corey McMorran is living proof that having autism should be no barrier to your sporting ambitions.

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Cameron McNeish has quit as Carluke Rovers manager

Carluke Rovers soap opera rolls on with third new manager appointed in four months

In another incredible twist to the relentless Carluke Rovers soap opera, the club this week appointed its third different management team within just four months.
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