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Olympic swimmer suspended for drink driving offence

Olympic silver medallist and former Duns Swimming Club member Dan Wallace has been suspended from all competitions for three months.

Sprint ace Josh Abbott

It’s fun in sun for Chasers

On a beautiful sunny Saturday, two Junior Chirnside Chasers – 11-year-old Kyle Taylor and 15-year-old Josh Abbott – joined many others competing in the heat at the Selkirk Games.

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Euan Thorburn will be out to top the podium this weekend.

Thorburn hoping to stay ahead of the chasing pack

The ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) travels west to Argyll and Bute for round five of the 2017 series, the Dunoon Presents Argyll Stages this weekend.

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Keira is delighted after her weekend performance


Duns javelin thrower Keira Waddell is the new Scottish Schools Athletics Under-17 National Champion with a championship best performance throw of 41.51m.

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Kevin Doolan

Ace Doolan is ready for race night to remember

It will be a red letter day for Berwick Bandits skipper Kevin Doolan when he stages his testimonial meeting at Shielfield on Saturday (June 17).

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Newcastles top scorer Robert Lambert leading Kevin Doolan during Saturdays match at Shielfield.

Bandits beat Diamonds with real polished performance


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Sammi sets sights on world championships

Sammi sets sights on world championships

Super Sammi Knighorn has been included in the Team GB squad for this summer’s World Para Athletics Championships in London.

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Eyemouth boxer Lewis Paulin takes the acclaim of the crowd after beating Antonio Horvatic in the fourth round.


Eyemouth ring king Lewis Paulin has his sights set on winning belts after his latest success took his record to 10 straight victories.

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Lewis Bridger in action against Workington before he crashed out.

Bandits’ much-needed home win marred by Bridger crash

Berwick Bandits picked up a welcome home victory over Workington at Shielfield on Saturday, but lost out to Glasgow when they faced the Tigers at Ashfield on Sunday.

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Scott Purvis shows off his medals after his marathon effort for charity.


Chirnside Chaser Scott Purvis has taken huge strides for charity with a lung-busting effort for a great cause.

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Double Whammy and Ross Chapman (above left) win fron Ash Park at Kelso

Double Whammy delight for Jardine at Kelso season finale

LADIES’ Day produced winners on the course and in the fashion stakes at a packed Kelso racecourse on Sunday.

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Cameron Tindle

Cameron going for hat-trick at Earlston

The Border athletic season opens its doors with Earlston Games on Saturday.

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David Howe in blue tried to give home fans something to cheer

Thrills, spills but Bandits are left battered and bruised


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Borders Disabled Swim Group, known as the Dippers, is looking for volunteers so that it can continue to provide twice weekly swim sessions for those with minor disabilities as well as those who are wheelchair-bound. The club celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2015 with the support of Borders MP Calum Kerr.

Club fears being left high and dry

Borders Disabled Swimming Group could be left high and dry after 27 years if it can’t secure new volunteers to help it keep going.

Euan Thorburn and co-driver Paul Beaton take time out for quick update during last weekends fourth round of the Scottish Rally Championship.


Duns rally star Euan Thorburn recorded his first win of the 2017 Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) season at the weekend as he powered his way to victory in the RSAC Scottish Rally.

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Dany Gappmaier, who was an instrumental member of the Berwick team who recorded their first win of the season on Saturday, leads heat two at Shielfield ahead of Ashley Morris, Lee Payne and Tom Bacon.

Wait over as the Bandits clinch first win of season


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Judy Murray and Kris Soutar are bringing their tennis coaching classes to Kelso.

Judy brings Tennis on the Road to the Borders this weekend

Live Borders Club of the Year Kelso Orchard Tennis Club will this Saturday welcome Judy Murray and Kris Soutar, of Tennis on the Road, for an action-packed day that is sure to be one to remember.

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Eyemouth athlete Marcus D'Agrosa.

Season’s best for Tindle

Berwick’s Cameron Tindle was in outstanding form at the weekend at the Loughborough international setting a season’s best time of 21.10 in the men’s 200m running for Great Britain under 20s team and finishing a fine third, just behind European indoor champion Richard Kilty.

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Berwickshire High School's winning S2/3 netball team. Back row, left to right -  Rachel Hudson, Tammie-Louise Hunter, Joana Gaspar, Abbie Wood, Stacey Grainger (coach), Eliza Master, Martha Beattie and Carys Bruce. Front - Nel Moore, Sophie Wood, Erin Moran, Eilish Dodd and Isla Taylor. Absent on the day, but very much part of the team, Sarah McPherson.

Coach helps give club winning mentality

Berwickshire High School’s netball club has been celebrating a successful season with two of their teams carrying off the winner’s trophy in the Live Borders inter-schools netball league.

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Sammi Kinghorn has set a new world best in the T53 200m.


Berwickshire’s sensational Sammi Kinghorn earned her stars and stripes in the United States as she smashed the T53 200m world record at the Arizona Grand Prix last week.

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