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Cumbernauld Colts take on EK in first senior cup final

Cumbernauld Colts face their first cup final as a senior club on Sunday when they face East Kilbride at the Falkirk Stadium.

The largest in-stadia screens in the country have been installed at Hampden

Improvements at Scottish football’s national stadium

Hampden is undergoing renovation work ahead of the UEFA 2020 European Championships.

Andy Frame's side will be safe if they beat Blantyre Vics in their final game on Wednesday.

Cumbernauld 1 Glencairn 1: United edge towards safety

A last minute goal robbed Cumbernauld United of full points in their penultimate Super League First Division match against Rutherglen Glencairn at Guy’s Meadow on Monday night.

Cumbernauld Colts Ladies celebrate their League Cup Final win over Celtic Academy

Cumbernauld Colts girls defeat Celtic Academy to win first senior trophy

Cumbernauld Colts’ ladies’ team secured the club’s first senior honour on Thursday when they beat Celtic Academy in the final of the SWF Division 1 League Cup final.

New Clyde boss Jim Chapman

Chapman is named new Clyde manager

Clyde have appointed Annan Athletic boss Jim Chapman as the club's new manager

Matthew Flynn and Martin McNiff are among just four Clyde players under contract for next season.

Clyde closing in on new manager

Clyde will interview candidates over the next few days as they seek to have a new manager in place by the beginning of next week.

Cumbernauld's relegation battle with Maryhill was keenly fought

Cumbernauld 0 Maryhill 0: United draw blank in relegation six-pointer

Cumbernauld United’s battle to stave off fears of relegation from the Super League First Division weren’t helped by a non-scoring draw with fellow strugglers Maryhill at Guy’s Meadow on Wednesday night.

Scott Davidson got Kilsyth's opener at Blantyre

Blantyre 0 Kilsyth 3: Rangers stay on promotion course

Kilsyth Rangers got the points they needed with a 3-0 win at Blantyre Vics on Wednesday evening to keep them on track for a promotion spot.

Two ducks taking in a match in May 1966. Picture: TSPL

Quiz: Name the Scottish football grounds

We’ve rooted around in our extensive archives to find 23 photographs of Scottish football grounds from the 1950s and 60s.

Conditions at Guy's Meadow proved impossible for Cumbernauld and Glencairn

Cumbernauld clash with Glencairn is a washout

Cumbernauld United’s hopes of boosting their battle to avoid relegation were washed away by the weather at Guy’s Meadow on Saturday.

Ian Diack's goal for Kilsyth was as good as it got for Keith Hogg's side at Petershill (pic by Jamie Forbes)

Petershill 5 Kilsyth 1: Major blow for Rangers promotion bid

Kilsyth Rangers’ hopes of promotion suffered a severe setback when they were thumped 5-1 by rivals Petershill on Saturday.

Peter MacDonald and Jon Paul McGovern have been in interim charge since the departure of Barry Ferguson

Clyde advertise manager's job as search for new boss begins

Clyde have advertised the manager's job at Broadwood following the completion of their campaign.

Pollok 2 Kilsyth 1: Rangers beaten in West Cup semi-final

Kilsyth Rangers’ hopes of reaching their first West of Scotland Cup final for almost 50 years were ended at Pollok on Saturday.

Celebrations after David Goodwillies opener for Clyde (pic courtesy of Michael McFarlane)

Montrose 1 Clyde 1: Clyde safe from losing place in senior football

Clyde got the point they needed to secure their league status with a 1-1 draw in their final League 2 game of the season at Montrose on Saturday.

Clyde celebrate their goal against Berwick - they need another point at Montrose on Saturday.

Clyde boss confident ahead of Montrose showdown

Clyde head for a survival showdown at Montrose knowing that their fate is in their own hands and no-one else’s.

Colts striker Sean Brown takes on the BSC defence

Cumbernauld Colts 1 BSC Glasgow 2: Colts out of League Cup

Cumbernauld Colts crashed out of the Lowland League Cup as they lost 2-1 to BSC Glasgow on a Friday night to forget at Broadwood.

Brodie Sneddon from Cumbernauld at the Narcisa Cup in Slovenia

Cumbernauld skater makes international bow in Slovenia

Cumbernauld skater Brodie Sneddon finished a commendable ninth out of 24 entries on her international debut for Great Britain.

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Clyde try to find a way through the Berwick defence

Clyde 1 Berwick 1: Survival fight goes to last day

Clyde’s fight to secure League 2 survival will go to the final day of the season after they were held 1-1 by fellow strugglers Berwick Rangers.

Scott Davidson, later red carded, tries to find a way through the Girvan defence.

Kilsyth 1 Girvan 1: 10-man Rangers hold ground in promotion battle

Kilsyth Rangers concluded a hectic programme of four matches in eight days with a 1-1 draw against promotion rivals Girvan at Duncansfield on Saturday.

Kilsyth Rangers boss Keith Hogg

Yoker 0 Kilsyth 0: Rangers draw a blank

Two points dropped in a goalless draw at Yoker last Wednesday saw Kilsyth Rangers lose their spot at the top of the Super League First Division to Rutherglen Glencairn.

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