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Rain can’t spoil the Bandits’ party

Berwick’s own Claus Vissing emerged as the winner of the club’s 50th season individual launch meeting.

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The top three spray their well-earned champagne under the watchful eye of Jedburgh Abbey

Thorburn recovers from slow start to take place on podium

Duns rally ace Euan Thorburn backed up his podium on the Snowman Rally with another on the Brick & Steel Border Counties Rally at the weekend, taking second place in his Ford Fiesta R5.

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Quiz: can you identify these European football clubs by their nicknames?

Quiz: can you identify these European football clubs by their nicknames?

Nicknames are either funny, confusing or sometimes downright nonsensical. Football clubs are no different.

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John Higgins at Ravenscraig Hall of Fame

Higgins eyes fifth snooker world title

Four-time World Snooker champion John Higgins thinks he has it in him to win a fifth crown in Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre on May 1.

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50 not out for the Bandits

50 not out for the Bandits

Berwick Speedway will launch their 50th anniversary season this weekend with an individual event which the club is hoping will whet the appetite of supporters.

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Seldom Inn appeared to love the mud at Kelso on Saturday and won the Premier Chase prize.

Thomson eyes Ayr shot after Seldom Inn success

Greenlaw trainer Sandy Thomson scooped one of Kelso’s major prizes when Seldom Inn posted a comfortable success in the £33,000 totepooliveinfo.com Premier Chase on Saturday.

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Some the Clubgolf youngsters at Duns Golf Club. The first of two new introductory sessions will be held on Sunday.

Clubgolf returning to Duns with free sessions

Over the past few years Duns Golf Club has devoted a great deal of time developing their Junior Clubgolf coaching scheme.

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Award sponsor Fiona Scott presents Junior Sports Personality of the Year to Keira Waddell. Picture: Phil Wilkinson.

DUNS DELIGHT AT SPORTS AWARDS

There was double delight for Duns at last Friday’s Live Borders Celebration of Sport Awards held at Springwood Hall in Kelso.

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Lewis Paulin

Paulin packs punch as rise to top continues

Boxer Lewis Paulin maintained his unbeaten record by beating Andy Harris in Glasgow on Friday night.

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The Anderson brothers from Innerwick - left to right, Duncan, Oliver and Rory.

Innerwick siblings take home trio of medals from California

Three siblings, as part of the Berwick-based TF Fitness Centre Kids’ Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu team, have returned from an event in California with three medals.

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Selkirk equestrian rider Aileen Firth on board Zaggy

Zaggy still busy in retirement

Zaggy the former racehorse is maybe taking life a little more easily these days – but he’s enjoying considerable success in his second career.

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Bandits set for opening evening to remember

Bandits set for opening evening to remember

Berwick Bandits have confirmed the first three guest riders who will compete in their 50th season opening meeting.

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Dennis McCleary, Scott Courtney, Mike Hope and John Robertson with the restored plaque which was rescued from Berrington Lough.

Bandits greats enjoy Hall of Fame night

Berwick Speedway Supporters’ Club made their latest inductions into the Bandits’ Hall of Fame at the weekend.

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Chirnside ABCs Ben Grant became a British University and College Champion at the weekend at the championships held at Staffordshire University. Bens victory is great news for Chirnside ABC and Dundee University.

Chirnside boxing clever with open day invitation

Chirnside Amateur Boxing Club are holding an open day this Sunday (February 12) to showcase the club and to give the public a chance to see some real sparring up close!

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Berwickshire pupils on High at championships

Berwickshire pupils on High at championships

Berwickshire High School took six of the 12 titles available at the Borders Secondary Schools Badminton Championships held on Sunday at Duns.

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Tom Hamilton jumps the last on Cave Hunter

Hat-trick for Hawick at Kelso’s first P2P meeting of the season

Hawick jockeys accounted for three of the afternoon’s seven races at Sunday’s Jedforest Point To Point, where an enthusiastic crowd was treated to some thrilling finishes.

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Junior ace Cameron scoops Scots title

Junior ace Cameron scoops Scots title

Cameron Bryce has become the first Border curler to win the Scottish junior championship at Aberdeen on Sunday.

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Billy Mackenzie takes flight

Duns pair put on dazzling display at Arenacross

Round two of the Arenacross Tour kicked off in Glasgow on Saturday, attracting around 9,000 spectators to watch some of Europe’s best motocross riders work their way round the technical indoor track.

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Bill Byers and John Hodge are all set for their trip to America.

Curlers are hoping to earn Stars and Stripes on tour

Two Borders curlers are just about to embark on a tour of a lifetime to the USA.

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Rag Bar Morris Dancers

Rag Bag Morris Dancers

They have danced outside castles, danced on causeways, danced on piers, and outside a lot of pubs too!

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