The famous Melrose Rugby Sevens tournament is due to start, bringing thousands of visitors that will descend on the small Borders town.
Carlisle's Under 18s are just two matches from being crowned the best in England. A semi-final win will take them to the National Cup final.
Around 140 people from across Dumfries and Galloway came together to take part in the region's first disability sport talent ID day.
A swimmer from the Borders had been selected for the Commonwealth Games.
Lucy Hope, who's 17, will compete in the 4 by 200 metre freestyle event. The Scottish Team are sending its largest ever aquatics team to Glasgow this summer.
Aspatria Rugby Club are just one game away from a national cup final at Twickenham.
The Black and Red face Leek on Saturdays, with the winners going to the final of the intermediate national cup at the home of rugby.
Ryan Dollard spoke to their captain, Andrew Miller, yesterday.
A swimmer from the Scottish Borders has been selected for the Commonwealth Games. Lucy Hope, who's from Melrose, will compete in the 4x200 metre freestyle event at the Games which begin in Glasgow in July.
Team Scotland is sending its largest Aquatics team ever to a Commonwealth Games, with 38 swimmers and two divers selected for Glasgow 2014. Scotland has won a total of 73 medals in aquatics(including 20 gold), more than any other sport.
Dumfries racing driver Allan McNish has been awarded the prestigious Segrave Trophy for the second time in his career.
The 44-year-old, who announced his retirement four months ago, was given the award yesterday, Tuesday 15 April, at the Royal Automobile Club in London.
McNish became the first Briton to claim the Tourist Trophy by winning the Silverstone 6 Hour race last April, the Le Mans 24 Hours and the FIA World Endurance Championship all in the same year.
Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh says his players are fired up to make amends for their six one defeat to Preston last weekend when they face Walsall on good Friday.
United are back in the relegation zone with just five games left to save their season or face relegation to League 2.
Around 10 thousand were in Melrose on Saturday the 12th of April for one of the biggest events on the sporting calendar. Visitors arrived from across the world to watch and take part in the Melrose Sevens.
The annual event is worth thousands to the Borders economy and sees some of the World's top sevens stars go head to head. Jenny Longden reports.
Glasgow Warriors won the Melrose Sevens after beating Edinburgh Accies 41-14.
Copeland MP Jamie Reed is set to run the London Marathon today.
But he won't just have to cope with the gruelling 26.2 miles but also from the fact he has type one diabetes.
Paul Crone caught up with him before the big race.
A rugby team made up of America's best players are playing at the Melrose Sevens today.
The USA Tigers took photos of the Greenyards as they arrived this morning.
Some team members then stopped to chat to a young fan.
This year the fancy dress theme at the Melrose Sevens is tartan.
But as usual, most people dress up as whatever takes their fancy.