The Scottish Borders village of Duns has been celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jim Clark's Formula One World Championship victory
Carlisle United boss Greg Abbott is on the verge of signing a contract with the club
Queen of South's Allan Johnston has been named PFA Scotland Manager of the Year. Striker Nicky Clark is 2nd Division Player of the Year.
Jim Clark's title winning car from the 1963 Formula One season is being paraded through the village of Duns in the Scottish Borders.
It comes on the 50th anniversary of Clark winning his first F1 World Championship. The Berwickshire-born driver won eight races in the Lotus 25 Chassis R4 on his way to claiming the 1963 title.
Also featuring will be Clark's back-up car from that season and a number of classic vehicles, including the Lotus Elan.
The cars are being driven in convoy from Duns to nearby Chirnside Churchyard where a ceremony will be held at Clark's graveside. He died whilst racing in Germany aged 32.
Duns will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jim Clark's first Formula One World Championship win today.
Clark's winning car from the 1963 season, along with four others, will be paraded through the village streets from Midday.
Jim Clark won eight races on his way to claiming the 1963 Formula One title. Five years later he died during a race at Hockenheim, in Germany aged just 32.
In football Queen of the South fans are still basking in one of the most successful season's in the club's history.
A League and Cup double, having the division's player of the year and the Scottish League's finest manager, is year the fans will never want to forget.
All of their achievements are now being immortalise, as murals at Palmerston Park tell the tale of almost a hundred years of the club's history.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Carlisle United Manager Greg Abbot has signed a new one-year contract to stay at Brunton Park.
The 49-year-old joined the playing staff as first team and reserve team coach in July 2006 and is currently the football league's fourth longest serving manager.
Assistant manager Graham Kavanagh and first team coach Tony Caig have also agreed new one year contracts to continue in their current roles at the club.
The managing director of the club, John Nixon said:
“We’re now in a position to move on with the important task of getting the club ready, at all levels, for the season ahead.”
Carlisle United boss Greg Abbott says Roberto Mancini's sacking from Manchester City was "not a good decision".
The Citizens parted company with the Italian last night after the club failed to retain their Premier League crown and were beaten by Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup final on Saturday. In a statement the club said Mancini had failed to achieve this season's "stated targets".
Carlisle United manager Greg Abbot says he is on the verge of signing a new contact to keep him at Brunton Park.
Mr Abbott is currently the football league's fourth longest serving manager and expects to put pen to paper by the end of the week.
He says he is already getting on with preparing a squad for next season:
Several thousand people came to watch the first stage of the British rally in Carlisle and around Kielder Forest this weekend.
It was won by Jukka Korhonen and Marko Salminen who finished the final stage of the Pirelli Richard Burns Foundation Rally 42.5 seconds clear of the chasing pack.
The 29 year old is the first Finn to win a round of the MSA British Rally Championship since Jari-Matti Latvala ten years ago.
The next stage starts at Duns in the Scottish Borders on May 31st.