Selkirk Football Club welcomed Gretna to Yarrow Park on Saturday afternoon for a match with a difference.
Fans attending the game were not asked to hand over any money for tickets, but to donate a food parcel instead.
The football club is thought to be the first in the Borders to hold a "donate at the gate" game, and there's hopes others will do the same.
Lori Carnochan reports:
Selkirk Football Club are appealing to fans to join in their "donate on the gate" match this afternoon.
The club are playing at home against Gretna and instead of charging fans money to watch the game, they're asking for food donations.
The items collected will be donated to local foodbanks in the Scottish Borders.
Kick-off is at 2pm at Yarrow Park.
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle says he expects to speak to the board this week about how he feels his squad need shaped for the season.
Curle has lead the team to three successive wins and will shortly decide where the squad needs strengthening and which players are surplus to requirements.
Goals from Brad Potts, Stephen Rigg and Mark Beck brought Carlisle United a third league win in a row on Saturday. The Cumbrians have moved up to twentieth in the table, two points clear of the drop zone.
New Queen of the South manager James Fowler is expecting a tough first game in charge against Hearts.
But he's confident his team can get a positive result at home on Saturday.
Queen of the South have named their new manager: James Fowler.
He joined the club as a player-coach in the summer, and was put in temporary control after Jim McIntyre left to join Ross County.
Before taking the reigns at Palmerston he spent most of his career at Kilmarnock, where he made 401 appearances in the former Scottish Premier League - a record.
“I felt when I was given the opportunity that I had to work towards that and I feel that I’ve done that with the preparations and stuff. So not too much will change.”
Queen of the South are due to unveil their new manager later.
The club has called a press conference for two o'clock this afternoon (September 30). Queens have been without a manager since Jim McIntyre left for Ross County three weeks ago.
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It was manager Keith Curle's first game in charge of the Blues who are currently sitting at the bottom of League Two.
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