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.
This year the fancy dress theme at the Melrose Sevens is tartan.
But as usual, most people dress up as whatever takes their fancy.
The 124th Melrose Sevens tournament is underway.
Despite a rainy start to the day, rugby fans have travelled to the Greenyards from across the Borders and beyond.
Around 10,000 people are expected throughout the day.
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Rugby Sevens is a tournament that originated in Melrose in the Scottish Borders.
Teams from all over the world travel to Melrose to play at the "home of rugby" every year.
Rugby sevens is a variant of Rugby Union, but there are seven players in each team instead of 15, and the games are shorter.
Then ten most prestigious of the Borders tournaments make up a league competition which is called the Kings of the Sevens. Teams gain points dependent on their progression in individual tournaments.
The winner has ten points, the runner-up takes seven, semi-finalists gain five points and those who are eliminated keep three points.
Rugby Sevens was founded in Melrose back in 1883 and is now played internationally
The idea of the sevens tournament.was thought up by Melrose-based butcher, Ned Haig, as a means to generate more cash for the rugby club.
Melrose Sevens was first played at The Greenyards, Melrose Rugby Club's home ground, where it is still played today. This year is the 124th tournament.
The famous Melrose Rugby Sevens tournament starts tomorrow.
Thousands of visitors from far and wide will descend on the small Borders town.
With them they'll bring a party atmosphere, and money to spend.
Our reporter Jenny Longden has been to see how businesses are getting ready to welcome the crowds.
Around 12,000 people are expected to visit Melrose tomorrow for the world famous Sevens tournament.
This year the event has attracted rugby teams from America and Trinidad and Tobego.
Its thought the event brings in £2million to the local economy.
The Melrose Sevens weekend has begun with the VETS tournament.
The annual event takes place the day before the Melrose Sevens itself at the Annay Road pitches.
It attracts teams from across the UK and further afield to play VETS rugby.
A civic reception is to be held for our region's Olympic medal winning curlers.
It's due to take place on 26 April at Lockerbie Academy and will run from 2:30pm until 5.30pm.
The men's team brought home a silver medal and the women won a bronze at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic games.
The men's skip David Murdoch, is from Lockerbie, as are two of the women, Claire Hamilton and Anna Sloan.
A third member of the women's team, Vicki Adams, is from Stranraer.