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Almost 100 motorcyclists hit road from Denholm for tribute to Jimmie Guthrie

Almost 100 vintage motorcycle enthusiasts got on their bikes on Sunday to mark the 80th anniversary of the untimely death of Borders bike-racing legend Jimmie Guthrie.

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Doddie Weir at the Greenyards earlier this year.

Rugby legend Doddie reveals MND diagnosis

Scotland and Melrose rugby legend Doddie Weir has been diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND).

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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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The overall male winners - 1 Daniel McFeely, 2 Scott Findlay, 3 Graeme Starkey.

Dan’s the man after Tri high

Edinburgh athlete Daniel McFeely had only one goal in mind when travelling down the A7 on Sunday morning, to win the Hawick Sprint Triathlon.

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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.

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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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Kids can go full cycle this spring

Kids can go full cycle this spring

Young Hawick cyclists are being encouraged to make the most of their bikes by saddling up for a new scheme.

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Hawick player part of Edinburgh University championship team

Arugby player from Hawick was part of the winning Edinburgh University team in the final of the women’s BUCS Rugby Union Championship final.

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One For Arthur, ridden by Derek Fox, crosses the line to win the Randox Health Grand National at Aintree Racecourse.

Grand national winner coming to Kelso

Grand National winner One For Arthur is coming to the Borders tomorrow, April 10, following his victory at the Merseyside race on Saturday.

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The home of MK Dons

Quiz: Which teams play at these lower league British football grounds?

While newer all-seater arenas can look mundane and homogeneous, there are still plenty of traditional grounds in Scotland and England to give the football leagues a mixture of variety and modernity.

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Last year's Hizzy Memorial Run.

15th Hizzy Memorial Run will raise cash for motor neurone disease charities

This year’s Hizzy Memorial Run from Denholm will help raise funds for people suffering from motor neurone disease, it has been announced.

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Big River winning the Edinburgh Gin Handicap Hurdle

Campbell shows class as Big River is the big winner

Hawick jockey Blair Campbell landed the biggest success of his race-riding career to date when partnering Big River to an impressive win in the £22,000 Edinburgh Gin handicap hurdle race before a bumper crowd at a sun-bathed Kelso races on Saturday.

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Search for European Championship volunteers begins

Search for European Championship volunteers begins

People across Scotland are being given the chance to volunteer and be the face of the inaugural European Championships in 2018.

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Lindsay Holmes from the SWI tempts Craig Jackson and Russell Jackson to try black pudding and pineapple sausages.

Black and yellow sausages could be missing link for Melrose players

Ladies of the SWI have cooked up a bizarre recipe for success to beef up their local rugby team ahead of the Aberdeen Asset Management Melrose 7s – a stripy banger in their team colours made from black pudding and pineapple.

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Cutting the tape on the Bandits' 50th season.

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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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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David Bogie and Kevin Rae in Skoda Fabia R5

Rae of hope as Kevin gears up for the Border Counties Rally

Five-time Scottish Rally Champion David Bogie and his co-driver, Hawick’s Kevin Rae, lead the way as the Brick and Steel Border Counties Rally takes place in the forests of the south of Scotland this weekend.

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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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Libby Clegg (centre) at sponsors Asics event in London this week

DOUBLE DELIGHT FOR STAR CLEGG

Borders Paralymics star Libby Clegg scooped two trophies at last week’s Live Borders Celebration of Sport Awards held at Springwood Hall in Kelso.

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