Berwick’s speedway Bandits hosted a packed Fan Forum at Shielfield Park on Sunday evening, with club boss Jamie Courtney explaining a few ‘facts of speedway life’ to the fans while unveiling his full line-up for the 2019 season, which starts around Easter.
Duns entertained Broughton at Castle Park in Tennent’s East Division 1, as the second half of the league season got underway, and recorded a bonus-point win in a fixture which was much more closely-contested than the 26-8 score might suggest.
Over the weekend of December 1 and 2, DC Gymnastics competed in two Tumbling competitions in Durham – the Saturday being Durham City Gymnastics Club Xmas Competition and the Sunday being the Individual and Team Christmas Tumbling Championships.
Given that Forrester have had some good results this season, this was a potential banana skin for Berwick – but eight tries, all converted, saw the home side claim maximum points whilst Border neighbours Hawick Quins defeated Royal High.
In July 2010, sport could not have been further from the mind of David Melrose as the then 44-year-old was left in a wheelchair by a life-changing accident sustained when working as a retained firefighter.