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Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania hopes to repeat last year's victory at Aintree, but this time with a different horse.
At the weekend, the Galashiels rider tested out his new mount Mr Moonshine at Kelso Racecourse.
Mania's ride was the big talking point on the track's richest day of the year, as Jenny Longden reports.
Whitehaven had a day best forgotten away at Leigh, but Workington Town have their first win of the season.
Now they'll start looking for their second coach of the season.
The Scottish Premiership Title race is going down to the wire.
Gala and Melrose both won their penultimate league games on Saturday.
That means Borders teams will finish first and second and the Championship will go down to the last day of the season on March 22nd. Stuart Cameron reports.
Last year's Grand National winner Ryan Mania came second at Kelso yesterday, on the horse he'll ride at Aintree this year.
The Lindean-based jockey came second on Mr Moonshine.
He was due to ride Auroras Encore again in this year's Grand National, but injury has meant the horse will not race.
Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania has been trying out the horse he will ride at Aintree this year.
The Lindean based jockey came second on Mr Moonshine in the Premier Chase at Kelso Racecourse.
Mania had planned to ride at Aintree on Auroras Encore, the horse he stormed to victory on at last years Grand National, but injury meant Auroras had to be retired.
Mania now plans to compete on Mr Moonshine, another horse trained by Sue and Harvey Smith.
He will ride in the same blue and yellow colours he won in last year.
Gala and Melrose have both won their Scottish Premiership matches this afternoon.
Gala beat Stirling, while Melrose beat Aberdeen.
It means the title will be decided when the teams play in three weeks time - just two miles apart.
Gala will be at home to Ayr, and Melrose at home to Currie.
If Gala win, it will be for the first time in 31 years.
A rookie goalkeeper who plays for the South of Scotland Football League side Dalbeattie Star is the toast of the club after scoring a wonder goal.
17-year-old Euan Drysdale's magic moment came in what was only his fourth game for the club. Matt Taylor's been to meet him.
The Bees of Brentford are buzzing into Brunton Park tomorrow, but it's worth remembering the promotion chasers from London didn't buzz very loudly when they were last in town.
Carlisle beat Brentford in the FA Cup second round earlier this season. It was a terrific game and a terrific performance from the Blues.
They could do with something similar again tomorrow, but Carlisle are still likely to be without some key players, including James Berrett, who scored this cracker against Brentford in the Cup.
Gala could be crowned Scottish Rugby Union champions for the first time in 31 years tomorrow.
They need a bonus point win at Stirling County in the Premiership and they need Aberdeen to beat Melrose. Stuart Cameron looks ahead.