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QUIZ: The 2017 sporting year

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Lewis Paulin celebrates with his team and Alex Arthur


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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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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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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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.

Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run Weekend at Glasgow Green, with athletes  Callum Hawkins, Sammi Kinghorn, Jo Pavey and Andy Butchart.

Great Scottish win for Sammi at Glasgow 10k

Berwickshire wheelchair racer Sammi Kinghorn was the first woman across the line in the 10K wheelchair race at the Great Scottish Run in wet and windy Glasgow on Sunday.

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2017 is Sammi’s year to shine

2017 is Sammi’s year to shine

Berwickshire’s golden girl Sammi Kinghorn continues to shine in the world of athletics and she is a contender for the 2017 Sunday Times Young Sportswoman of the Year.

An artist's impression of what the expanded museum will look like.

Chequered flag now in sight for revamp of Berwickshire’s Jim Clark museum

The chequered flag is now in sight for plans to give a museum dedicated to Borders racing legend Jim Clark a £1.6m revamp.

Nick Morris has been a revelation at Berwick.


Nick Morris signed off his Berwick season in style as the Bandits made it five wins in a row at home with victory over Edinburgh on Saturday.

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Pairs prizewinners at Wigtown

McCubbin pair win pairs

Wigtown Bowling Club held its Open Pairs competition, sponsored by Jewson at the weekend. W

Nick Morris made the difference for Berwick

Morris is main man as Bandits take the sting out of Scorpions


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Steve 'Hizzy' Hislop with his mother Margaret.

2017 Hizzy Memorial Run will also be tribute to late friend John

The route for this year’s fundraising motorbike ride in memory of racing champion Steve ‘Hizzy’ Hislop has been revealed, and it will be going far and wide, taking in both England and East Lothian.


BREAKING: Britain's top athletes announced for #teamparkrun events UK wide from 9am today - August 19

On you marks, gets set....for YOUR chance to join National Lottery-funded athletes including Olympic and Paralympic stars just revealed for the #teamparkrun 5k events UK wide today - Saturday,- August 19.
Euan Thorburn and Paul Beaton took second spot and with it the Scottish Rally Championship title

Thorburn powers his way to title

Duns rally star Euan Thorburn and co-driver Paul Beaton have been crowned Scottish Rally champions after taking second place at the Grampian Forest Rally at the weekend.

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David Carney driving his car through Duns the day before the tragedy.

Jim Clark Rally death crash driver tells of horror at seeing accident victim knocked into air

The driver of the car involved in the crash that killed three people watching 2014’s Jim Clark Rally in the Borders has told an inquiry of his horror at seeing one of the accident victims “flying in the air”.

Keira Waddell took third place on the podium at the Celtic Games

Keira delighted to take bronze as she steps up at Celtic Games

Duns star Keira Waddell has just returned from the Celtic Games, which this year were held in Santry, Dublin.

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Guy Learmonth and Mo Farah are all smiles


Guy Learmonth did his home town of Berwick proud at the weekend by reaching the world athletics championships 800m semi-finals at the London Olympic stadium.

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Guy Learmonth made the decision to go back to the Borders after failing to make the the Rio Olympics. Photograph: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Guy Learmonth takes step back to move forward

For readers d’un certain age, the arrival of the Victor on the newsagent’s shelves of a Friday afternoon signalled the availability of the latest instalment in the unlikely life of athletics’ great working-class hero. Alf Tupper, otherwise known as “The Tough of the Track”, was the outlier made good, working as a welder by day but burning off his running rivals the night before by rewarding himself with a healthy helping of fish and chips rather than a refreshing power shake.

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Duns Golf Club's 2017 champions, left to right, Dougie Reid (Gents' champion), Kirsty Inkpen (Ladies' champion), Callum Kenneally (Junior champion), Scott Childs (Gents' C champion),  Caroline Rennie (Collin Trophy winner), Martin Aitchison (Gent's B champion).

Championship finals at Duns Golf Club

It was Championship Finals Day at Duns Golf Club on Saturday and congratulations go to all the 2017 champions.

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Dundonald Links Golf Course has proved a fine host of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.

Poulter heading out for final round in 'right state of mind'.

Ian Poulter knows that mind games can force you to lose a game of golf before you've teed off.

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