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Carlisle United host Hartlepool United on the last day of the season at Brunton Park. It is expected up to seven thousand fans will descend on the ground for the game, despite both sides now being safe from the threat of relegation. Meanwhile Stranraer still entertain hopes of winning the Scottish League One title. They need to beat Brechin and hope that Forfar and Morton both lose if they are to clinch the trophy at the final hurdle.
A 21-year-old jockey from the Langholm has won five out of his last seven races.
Dale Irving says his dream is to win at one of the big National Hunt festivals.
Lori Carnochan went to meet him.
The controversy over Hartlepool United's visit to Brunton Park on Saturday has been blown out of proportion, according to the club's chairman.
Football equality campaigners Kick It Out warned fans over their plan to attend this Saturday's League Two game at Carlisle in Bob Marley-themed costumes.
But club chairman Russ Green says the away supporters are not planning to "black up" as some had feared.
It is a fantastic, celebratory event.
"Bob Marley was a big football fan - there was nothing derogatory or wrong with it I don't think.
"I think it is great. It is all about a good day out and I just think sometimes some of these things are taken out of proportion."
A 21-year-old jockey from Langholm has had an impressive season, winning five of his last seven races.
Dale Irving hopes one day to emulate his fellow Borders jockey Ryan Mania, who won the Grand National in 2013.
Wheelchair racer Shelby Watson, from Johnstone Bridge in Dumfries and Galloway, took gold in the U17s mini London marathon.
She presented her winning medal to a young girl called Lucy, who had given her a necklace, for luck, before the race.
Watch her present the medal here:
Two men from the south of Scotland will be on top of the world this evening - when they play a rugby match at the Magnetic North Pole.
Andrew Walker from Closeburn and adventurer Jock Wishart from Dumfries, are set to become World Record-breakers with the game they're taking part in being the most northerly rugby match of all time.
The Arctic Rugby Challenge has seen eleven challengers from across the UK, including Andrew and Jock, reach the Magnetic North Pole after five days of trekking across the Arctic sea ice alongside their support team of polar guides.
After sleeping, the teams will get up to ready an area of ice as a rugby pitch.
A plane carrying Lee Mears, the former England hooker, and a small group of supporters is set to fly in later today. Lee will be the official match referee for the challengers’ world record setting rugby game.
The plane will also be bringing specially constructed rugbyposts (designed to be light weight and portable in a small aircraft).
The challenge is hoping to raise over £300,000 for WoodenSpoon, the children’s charity of rugby supporting disabled and disadvantaged children throughout the UK and Ireland.
A wheelchair racer from Dumfries and Galloway has given one fan a surprise gift.
Shelby Watson, from Johnstone Bridge, won her classification at Sunday's London Marathon.
Yesterday, she presented her medal to Lucy Glendinning during a special assembly at Dalbeattie Primary School.
The eight-year-old had given Shelby one of her own necklaces for good luck before Sunday's race.
Stranraer could be promoted to the Scottish Championship for the first time if they can win at the weekend, and other results go their way.
The Blues have been struggling with Greenock Morton and Forfar for the League One title all season.
With two games left, including tomorrow's match against Morton, their fate is in their own hands.
As Ryan Dollard found out, excitement is building: