Matchreports

10 Nov 2014 08:30

Clark rescues Peebles Hockey's unbeaten run

PEEBLES played a home tie on Saturday at Peebles High School against Watsonians 3s.

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8 Nov 2014 12:30

Five defeats in a row for Walkerburn

IT had been testing times at the 'Burn in recent weeks with four successive defeats and it wasn’t going to get easier as the Caberston men welcomed league leaders Ross High back to the Haugh this time to compete in the BT East Regional Bowl.

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8 Nov 2014 09:30

Peebles pay the penalty against Watsonians

TWO Greg Raeburn penalties just before half time was all the Peebles team could muster last weekend in a hard fought game at the Gytes against Watsonians, writes ALLAN BEVERIDGE.

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8 Nov 2014 07:30

Lead doesn't last for Biggar

FOR all bar 15 minutes of this game Biggar had the edge on their Glasgow hosts but that fateful 15 minute spell just after half time was enough to undo much of the good work of the first half, writes AL STEWART.

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8 Nov 2014 07:30 • David Knox

Peebles suffer from de javu in Alex Jack final

THERE was a sense of deja vu at Victoria Park on Sunday.

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7 Nov 2014 20:30

Peebles Seconds go nine points clear

THE top of the reserve league clash between Peebles and Boroughmuir looked like being a bit of anti climax for the home team who had five regulars unavailable for this game and another taken late for the first team.

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7 Nov 2014 14:30

Fife flyer by Tweeddale Rovers

TWEEDDALE gave their travelling support a treat as they turned on the style in the Fife village of Balmullo.

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7 Nov 2014 13:30

Home advantage counts for Hastie’s team

LEITHEN Rovers followed near neighbours Tweeddale Rovers into the fourth round of the Scottish Amateur cup with their best performance of the season so far against Lothian and Edinborgh Premier Division 2 leaders Linlithgow Thistle.

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1 Nov 2014 10:30

Early lead doesn’t last for Tweeddale Rovers

THIS was arguably the biggest game of the season so far. Hawick Legion currently sit top of the 'B’ Division.

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1 Nov 2014 06:00

Happy homecoming at Hartree Mill

IT was a happy return to home turf after a heavy defeat seven days ago against Stewart’s Melville.

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31 Oct 2014 18:30

Pees make Jed-Forest see red

WHILE this was not the best game ever, it was a Border derby and you cant get more than five points for a win so Peebles made there way home happy with the result, writes Allan Beveridge.

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31 Oct 2014 13:30

Peebles Ams to the four

PEEBLES did well to claim their second consecutive league win at a blustery Woodside Park on Saturday.

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25 Oct 2014 13:30

Peebles Rovers are back where they belong

ROVERS returned to the top of the East First Division - and showed why they are hot favourites to earn promotion.

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25 Oct 2014 10:30

Vale win against all odds

THEY were a patched up side featuring a 41-year-old striker and a midfielder who had not played football for 12 months, writes KENNY PATERSON at Victoria Park.

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25 Oct 2014 07:30

Biggar blown away by Stew-Mel

WHAT a difference a week makes! Against Watsonians, Biggar had exuded commitment and passion and, cheered on by an enthusiastic crowd, they had largely managed to stifle opponents Watsonians, writes AL STEWART at Inverleith.

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24 Oct 2014 15:30

Extra time required by Tweeddale to run off the cakes

TWEEDDALE managed to make it into the hat for the second round of the South Cup, but it was far from plain sailing.

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18 Oct 2014 11:30

University challenge for O’Hara

ROVERS relinquished their First Division lead on Saturday despite continuing their unbeaten start to the campaign.

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17 Oct 2014 07:30

Vale fail Uni test

IT’S been said often enough that this season is very much a learning curve for the mostly young Vale squad, and where better to learn than at Edinburgh University, writes DAVE RYCE.

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20 Sep 2012 09:30

'No Panic'

DEJECTED BEITH JUNIORS manager Stevie Easton is determined to put his team's disappointing start to the season behind them after admitting Saturday's display was one of their poorest for far this season.

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13 Apr 2012 12:30

Another dismal defeat

Cumnock.....2 Arthurlie.......0

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