The Ullswater Yacht Club has been named 2016 Yacht Club of the Year, despite suffering badly from the storms last winter.Read the full story ›
The 2017 Jim Clark Rally, set to be held near Coldstream in the Scottish Borders, has been cancelledRead the full story ›
A schoolboy racing driver is preparing to take his next step on the road to his dream of Formula One success.
Fourteen year old Gordon Mutch from Lockerbie started carting at seven and having one the British Championship last year he's embarking on his first year in saloon cars. Ryan Dollard went to meet him.
South of Scotland League results from Saturday 7 January.
Creetown P v P Mid Annandale
Heston Rovers 2 v 4 Edusport Academy
Lochmaben 2 v 0 Upper Annandale
Newton Stewart 2 v 2 Nithsdale Wanderers
St Cuthbert Wanderers 3 v 2 Abbey Vale
Wigtown & Bladnoch 4 v 3 Lochar Thistle
It's been a day of mixed fortunes for our football teams both north and south of the Border.
Carlisle United were beaten 4-1 by Colchester United, as Keith Curle's men failed to make an impression away from home. It's the first time the Blues have suffered back to back defeats this season.
It was a good day for the Doonhamers as Queen of the South came away with a 3-0 win over St Mirren.
Similar success was not repeated at Stair Park as Stranraer lost 2-1 to Alloa in League One.
In League Two, Annan Athletic were also beaten 2-1 as they welcomed Forfar to Galabank.
However, Berwick Rangers will be pleased with their 1-0 victory over Cowdenbeath.
It's been announced that the Border Counties Rally will host the first round of the British Rally Championship.
The Jedburgh-based event is already a firm favourite on the calendar of the Scottish Rally Championship, but after the cancellation of the Mid Wales Stages, organisers have decided to use the Borders event as the season opener for the elite British series.
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It's expected that the event will bring a welcomed boost to the region's economy, with thousands of spectators expected over the weekend of 18th March.
A strong contingent of local rally drivers will be among the favourites to win the event. These include reigning Scottish Champion and Castle Douglas driver Jock Armstrong, Duns driver Garry Pearson and 2011 British Rally Champion David Bogie from Dumfries.
Here's the weekend fixtures for the South of Scotland League:
- Creetown v Mid Annandale
- Heston v Edusport Academy
- Lochmaben v Upper Annandale
- Newton Stewart v Nithsdale Wanderers
- St Cuthbert Wanderers v Abbey Vale
- Wigtown & Bladnoch v Lochar Thistle
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle says he won't be forced to lose key players in the transfer window.
The Blues boss says he has his eye on a number of targets and won't have to sell any key assets unless the price is right.
We're in a good position whereby any transfers that we do, we are in control of. If we need to sell somebody or want to sell somebody, it is because it is good business for us."
Peebles-born showjumper, Scott Brash, claims the title for the second year running, earning just over £1.5million in 2016.Read the full story ›
Derek Townsley is stepping down from his position at the club with immediate effect, due to ongoing family illness.Read the full story ›