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Broxburn 1 Linlithgow 0: Late winner sinks Rose

A goal two minutes from time saw Rose return pointless from the short trip to Broxburn on Wednesday night.

Linlithgow's Gary Thom tries to find a way through the Newtongrange defence

Linlithgow 1 Newtongrange 0: Owen goal seals it for Rose

Linlithgow made it it two home wins out of two with a narrow victory over Newtongrange Star at Prestonfield on Saturday.
Glasgow Tigers rediscovered their winning touch against Edinburgh Monarchs (pic by Ian Adam).

Derby win over Monarchs puts Glasgow Tigers back on title track

Glasgow Tigers got back to winning ways with a 53-39 success over Scottish rivals Edinburgh at the Peugeot Ashfield Stadium on Saturday night.
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Scorer Colin Strickland and Ruari Maclennan celebrate Linlithgows third against Camelon.

Linlithgow boss looking for goals to be shared around

Linlithgow Rose boss Mark Bradley says goals from midfield will be vital to his side’s chances of a successful season.


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On you marks, gets set....for YOUR chance to join National Lottery-funded athletes including Olympic and Paralympic superstars taking part in #teamparkrun 5k events all over the UK on August 19.

Linlithgow Rose boss Mark Bradley during Wednesday's win over Camelon (pic by Michael Gillen)

Linlithgow boss says his number is up after new signings

Linlithgow Rose manager Mark Bradley is happy with the size of his squad now following his two most recent additions

Tommy Coyne and two-goal Blair Batchelor close in on a Camelon opponent (pic by Michael Gillen_

Linlithgow 3 Camelon 1: Batchelor double sets up Rose win

Linlithgow Rose opened their account for the season with victory in their first home match against Camelon on Wednesday.

Linlithgow Rose lost their league opener at Penicuik

Rose boss Bradley looking for reaction after Penicuik 'disgrace'

Linlithgow Rose boss Mark Bradley has demanded a response from his players to their opening day defeat at Penicuik when they take on Camelon at Prestonfield on Wednesday.

Linlithgow's Gary Thom challenges Penicuiks Keith Lough

Penicuik 3 Linlithgow 2: Rose fightback not enough

Mark Bradley’s new look Linlithgow Rose team opened their East Region Superleague season with a 3-2 defeat at Penicuik on Saturday.

West Lothian Clarion's Chris Hordon.

Clarion rider Chris is top Scot in London

West Lothian Clarion rider Christopher Hordon was part of the Scottish Cycling team who took part in the Prudential RideLondon Youth Grand Prix at the Lee Valley VeloPark in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park last weekend.

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Rose celebrate their fourth goal against Glenafton

Linlithgow 5 Glenafton 3: Promising signs for Rose

Linlithgow Rose completed their preparations for the new season with a fine victory over Glenafton at Prestonfield on Saturday.

Guy Learmonth made the decision to go back to the Borders after failing to make the the Rio Olympics. Photograph: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Guy Learmonth takes step back to move forward

For readers d’un certain age, the arrival of the Victor on the newsagent’s shelves of a Friday afternoon signalled the availability of the latest instalment in the unlikely life of athletics’ great working-class hero. Alf Tupper, otherwise known as “The Tough of the Track”, was the outlier made good, working as a welder by day but burning off his running rivals the night before by rewarding himself with a healthy helping of fish and chips rather than a refreshing power shake.

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Alan McGonigal

Bo’ness not looking too much into pre-season results

Bo’ness United manager Allan McGonigal is eager to get his team back into competitive football and is not looking too much into the result of their pre-season friendlies.

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Picture quiz: Name the Scottish football stars by their Corinthian figurine

Among the seemingly endless number of collectable playground crazes of the 1990s was the popular range of football models produced by Corinthian. At their height, these little figures sold by the truck load.

Rafa Cabrera Bello. Pic by Getty Images.

Cabrera Bello snatches Scottish Open title after play-off drama

Sport can quite often be a game of fine margins, and nobody knew that better on Sunday evening than Englishman Callum Shinkwin.
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Allan McGonigal looks over his new side at Newtown Park

mcgonigal happy with Bu display

Bo’ness boss Allan McGonigal previewed his new-look side with a convincing win over a strong Hamilton Accies Under- 20s team on Wednesday.

Keith McAllister sports an anniverary shirt

‘Tradition is everything for Queen’s Park after 150 years’

Queen’s Park turn 150 years old today and the fan who has seen more of their 4,846 games than any other reckons he would stop watching them if they ever gave up their legendary amateur status.

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Trophy winners from West Lothian Golf Club club championships

Close encounters in West Lothian Golf Club finals

West Lothian Golf Club held their club championships over a full week, culminating in the final on Sunday, June 11. Congratulations go to the 2017 club champions who are as follows: Barrie Lewis (Gents Scratch), Lorraine Glynn (Ladies Scratch), David Weir (Junior Scratch), Craig McCue (Gents Handicap), Julie Fraser (Ladies Handicap), Glen Lloyd-Macgilp (Junior Handicap), Brian Gibb (Gents Senior Handicap).

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Linlithgow Rose wont be facing Kelty Hearts next season after the Fife side quit the junior ranks.

Linlithgow Rose won’t follow Kelty out of junior game

Linlithgow Rose insist they won’t be following Kelty Hearts in pulling out of the junior game in a bid to step up to the senior ranks.

Grangemouth Broncos' Fraser Thomson makes a spectacular catch

Wins keep alive Broncos hopes of top spot and set up Hornets showdown

Two good wins at Whitecross on Sunday for the Grangemouth Broncos Flag Football Club kept their hopes of taking the top spot in Scotland alive.

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