The following South of Scotland League fixtures take place tomorrow. All games kick-off at 3pm.
Abbey Vale v Heston Rovers Crichton v Creetown Dumfries Ymca v Newton Stewart Mid Annandale v Edusport Academy St Cuthbert Wanderers v Nithsdale Wanderers Fleet Star v Upper Annandale Wigtown & Bladnoch v Lochar Thistle
Carlisle United fans could be forgiven for already having one eye on their big League Cup trip to Merseyside next month.
But the players need to stay focussed in the search for a first league win of the season. They play Hartlepool tomorrow.
Ahead of the game the Blues boss Keith Curle says its important to encourage the team
it's a big weekend for Queen of the South. They host Rangers at Palmerston Park on Sunday.
The two sides are tied on points with both having three wins from their first three league games so far this season.
The Glasgow giants may have fallen on hard times in recent years but a visit from one of the biggest teams in Scottish football, particularly with the chance to go top at stake makes this a huge occasion for the Doonhamers
Carlisle United will take on Liverpool in the third round of the Capital One Cup on Wednesday 23 September.
5,744 tickets have been allocated to Carlisle fans for the 8pm kick off.
Priority for tickets will be given to Season Ticket holders. Any that remain after this will be offered to membership holders and supporters who also purchased tickets for the Barnet and QPR fixtures. Tickets will then be placed on general sale.
Tickets will be on sale from Sunday 6 September from the East Side of Brunton Park at the Pioneer Foodservice Stand.
On Sunday 6 September the Main Ticket Office will not be open, nor will telephone sales be available.
For more ticket information for the Carlisle v Liverpool game please visit the Carlisle United Website.
Tom Farrell has qualified from his heat in the 5000m at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing.
Qualification means he'll take part in the fifteen man final on Saturday, lining up against Olympic champion Mo Farrah.
ITV Border's Ryan Dollard spoke to the twenty four year old a little earlier, when he was still coming to terms with one of the biggest races of his career to date.
Stranraer are in cup action tonight when they take on Scottish Premier League side Hibernian at Easter Road.
Victory would be a huge achievement for the Stair Park side, but manager Brian Reid says they have nothing to fear.
Queen of the South have been knocked out of the Scottish League Cup at the second round stage by Morton. They were the favourites, but lost 1-0 at home after a goal from Ross Forbes.
Berwick Rangers lost 4-1 at Scottish Premier League side Kilmarnock.
Carlisle United are through to the third round of the Capital One Cup after a stunning victory at Loftus Road.
They've beaten Queens Park Rangers, from the Championship, 2-1.
Asamoah and Kennedy scored for the Blues and Thomas scored for QPR.
Defender Tom Miller said he "felt brilliant" after the win.
Keith Curle's men take on Liverpool in the next round.
Two cousins didn't let the small matter of living on 2 different continents deter them for completing an epic challenge together.
Callum Murray from Hawick and his cousin Finn ran 100 miles in 100 days and raised a massive £21,000 in the process.
Hannah McNulty went to meet them
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