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Kilsyth 8 Cumbernauld 0: Rangers rampant in derby demolition

Kilsyth Rangers enjoyed a demolition derby as they recorded their biggest win for almost a quarter of a century.

Barry Ferguson's Clyde suffered their fourth defeat of the season at Cowdenbeath

Cowdenbeath 1 Clyde 0: Late sickener for Bully Wee

A late Cowdenbeath goal consigned Clyde to their fourth defeat of the season- succumbing to a 1-0 loss in a scrappy affair at Central Park .

Cumbernauld and Kelvin Visually Impaired and Blind Bowlers Team

Awards night celebration for Cumbernauld visually impaired bowlers

The efforts of players and volunteers at Cumbernauld and Kelvin Visually Impaired and Blind Bowlers Team were recognised when they were nominated in two categories at Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire’s annual awards.

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Action from the League Cup derby between Kilsyth and Cumbernauld earlier in the season.

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth ready for derby showdown

It may not have the global appeal of the Spanish Clasico - but for the players of Kilsyth Rangers and Cumbernauld United there’s only one derby which counts this weekend.

Skater Brodie Sneddon, from Cumbernauld, with coach Gemma Stark

Young skating star Brodie’s got it all figured out

A 10-year-old figure skater from Cumbernauld has won a place in the Great Britain Development squad.

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Linlithgow Rose and Bo'ness United could face each other in the Scottish Junior Cup

Scottish Junior Cup draw: cup crackers in store

The draw for the fourth round of the Scottish Junior Cup has thrown up the prospect of some mouthwatering collisons between some of the junior game’s heavyweights.

The players of Jim Baxter Memorial under-17s proudly show off the Trofeo Malgraternse after their triumph in Barcelona.

Baxter Memorial fly flag for Scotland with Barcelona win

An under-17 team football team from Cumbernauld has won a prestigious international event in Barcelona.

Clyde Community Foundation chairman Rev John MacKinnon with Karen Welsh, Carbon Clyde Project manager

Report praise for Clyde’s work in the community

Clyde’s Community Foundation has been praised for its part in the success of Scottish football’s biggest ever community programme.

Murray Loudon scored twice for Cumbernauld in their dramatic win at Renfrew

Renfrew 2 Cumbernauld 3: United storm back from two down to win

Cumbernauld came storming back from two goals down to earn an excellent three Super League First Division points at Renfrew on Saturday.

Games mascot Haggie and friends on the Colzium Estate earlier today

Transplant Games launch in Kilsyth

Colzium House in Kilsyth was the venue for the official launch of the 2017 Westfield Health British Transplant Games.

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Kilsyth Rangers manager Keith Hogg

Hogg hopeful of Kilsyth progress in Scottish Cup

Kilsyth Rangers boss Keith Hogg hopes that victory over Lochgelly Albert could pave the way for his side to have a lengthy run in Scottish junior football’s showpiece competition.

Jordan Pirrie was outstanding against Leith, according to Colts boss Craig McKinlay

Cumbernauld Colts looking to climb table again

Cumbernauld Colts will look to make up lost ground when they travel to face BSC Glasgow in the Lowland League on Saturday.

Despite recent defeats George Shaw believes his Cumbernauld side are heading in the right direction

Cumbernauld target triumph over Tranent in Scottish Cup

Cumbernauld United take on Tranent at Guy’s Meadow on Saturday with a place in the last 32 of the Scottish Junior Cup up for grabs.

Launching the North Lanarkshire Hall of Fame are, back left to right, Ian Durrant, Ricky Burns and Neil McCann and, front, Craig Brown

Council launch Hall of Fame

The achievements of North Lanarkshire’s sporting heroes are to be celebrated in a Hall of Fame, the first of its kind in Scotland.

Cumbernauld Colts co-managers Craig McKinlay and James Orr

Sun shines in Leith for Colts hopes of cup success

Cumbernauld Colts were convincing 4-1 winners over Leith Athletic in their South Region Challenge Cup third round tie in Edinburgh on Saturday.

Martin Scott scores for Arbroath against Clyde (pic by Graham Black)

Arbroath 4 Clyde 0: Horror show rocks Bully Wee

Arbroath jumped above Clyde into third in League Two as they gubbed the Bully Wee 4-0 on Saturday.

Scott Davidsons goal wasnt enough to prevent Kilsyth losing at Irvine Meadow.

Irvine Meadow 4 Kilsyth Rangers 1: End of Rangers’ unbeaten league run

Kilsyth Rangers’ unbeaten league run came to an end when they went down 4-1 to Irvine Meadow on Saturday.

David Gormley was relieved to get his first goal of the season against Elgin

Clyde striker Gormley relieved to be off the mark

Clyde striker Dave Gormley says it’s a measure of expectations at the club that they came off disappointed after last week’s 2-1 win over promotion rivals Elgin.

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