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Wee Gers seal late deal for Willis

Berwick swooped late tonight (Wed) to beat the transfer window deadline to bring 26-year-old front man Paul Willis back to Shielfield from East Fife.

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It was wet and wild at Cowdenbeath but Berwick came away with the points

Fantastic victory for Wee Gers in Kingdom of Fife

COWDENBEATH 1 
BERWICK RANGERS 3

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Robbie Horn

Chance to put things right against Bully Wee

Well, I did say there would be highs and lows along the way and two Saturdays ago was definitely a low!

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Lewis Paulin celebrates with his team and Alex Arthur

CLASSY LEWIS IS KING OF THE RING

Berwickshire’s new Scottish featherweight champion Lewis Paulin insists justice was done as he unanimously defeated Stephen Tiffney to secure the first professional title of his career.

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Michael McKenna races away after scoring against Stirling

HAPPY HORN HAILS HIS MEN AFTER WIN

Berwick manager Robbie Horn was full of praise for his players after watching them beat second from top Stirling Albion at Shielfield on Saturday.

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Legend Kevin Doolan in action

Bandits gearing up for the season ahead

Berwick Speedway have made their first three signings for the 2018 season with newcomer Aaron Summers joining skipper Kevin Doolan and the returning David Howe in the starting line-up.

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Duns delivered a fine performance on the road last weekend against Linlithgow

Dingers are delighted with steely showing

LINLITHGOW 3 
DUNS 12

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Berwick score their only goal of the game through Phillips

Horn not happy as Rangers are hit with bunch of fives at Elgin

ELGIN CITY 5 
BERWICK RANGERS 1

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Stuart Hogg put in stunning show against mighty All Blacks

Hero Hogg is simply the best

Apologies in advance, but Stuart Hogg is the best fullback Scotland has ever produced.

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Doddie Weir

Dingers raise more than £10k for Doddie charity

Duns Rugby Club held a fantastic fundraising evening last Friday in aid of Doddie Weir’s Motor Neurone Disease charity and raised more than £10,000 on the night.

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Big Gers too strong for Wee Gers

Big Gers too strong for Wee Gers

More than 500 fans turned up at Shielfield for long-serving Berwick player Steven Notman’s testimonial match, but it was the Rangers XI from Glasgow who came out on top against their Berwick namesakes with a comfortable 4-0 win.

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Darren Lavery fires in a shot during the weekend draw with Edinburgh City

McKenna uses his head to earn Wee Gers point against Citizens

BERWICK RANGERS 1 
EDINBURGH CITY 1

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Big River will give Lucinda Russell much to cheer.

All set up for classic day at Kelso

Despite the absence of One For Arthur, last season’s Grand National winner, Kelso’s EDF-ER Steeplechase has attracted a quality entry of 12 horses.

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Chairman Len Eyre presents Ian Beresford and his ex-BARK dog Ronnie with an Under-20s shirt.

HORN IS HOPING 
TO CURE HICCUPS

Berwick manager Robbie Horn said he couldn’t fault his players for their effort during Saturday’s 1-0 home defeat at the hands of Montrose.

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Keiran Wilkinson touches down between the posts for Duns

Dingers show their strength to grind out important victory

DUNS 15 
FORRESTER 13

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Pat Scullion scores only goal of the game as Berwick see off Annan in cup

Pat’s the way to do it as skipper Scullion steps up for Wee Gers

BERWICK RANGERS 1 
ANNAN ATHLETIC 0

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Radio Borders Cash for Kids team members Candy Rafferty and Rebekah O'Toole with Courage the cat, and some of the members of Border young curlers club on the ice at Border ice rink. Back row, left to right, Kyle McLain, Jack Fleming, Rebekah O'Toole (Cash for Kids), Courage the cat, Candy Rafferty (Cash for Kids), C J Lynn and Struan Henderson
Front row, left to right Ethan Nisbet, Callum McLain and Innes Jamieson.

Ice-ly does it to boost charity

Children across the Borders are set to benefit from an icy festival taking place in Kelso on Saturday.

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