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Cumbernauld push Pollok all the way in League Cup final

Cumbernauld United went down fighting in their Central League Cup final against Pollok at Shettleston last Thursday night.

Monty Ogilvie is back in action this weekend

Ogilvie out to take further step along Scottish title road

Kilsyth fighter Monty Ogilvie will aim to make it seven wins out of seven as a pro when he takes on England’s Joe Ducker at Paisley Lagoon Centre on Saturday night.

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Chris McStay has signed a new deal with Clyde.

Chris stays put as Lennon continues a busy summer

Clyde boss Danny Lennon has secured the services of three more key players for the coming season.

David Weatherston has previewed the World Cup competitors. He is an ambassador for Support in Mind Scotland. Picture John Devlin.

World Cup 2018: David Weatherston’s preview

The greatest show on earth is upon us today when Russia kick off against Saudi Arabia.

View from the stands as Scotland take on Brazil in 1982

What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

One of the lucky ones, sports writer Ian MacLean is the only member of the Johnston Press Weeklies Sport department to follow Scotland at a World Cup.
Clyde legend Dick Staite with Clyde FC Community Foundation community development manager Tom Elliott

How a Football Memories project at Clyde can help dementia sufferers

Clyde are launching a new initiative to use recollections of football experiences as a way of helping people suffering from dementia.

Robbie Winters is hoping to lift the Central League Cup with Cumbernauld United against Pollok on Thursday.

Cup final could be last hurrah for Cumbernauld striker Winters

Veteran striker Robbie Winters admitted this week that tomorrow night’s Central League Cup final could be his last match.

Margaret Ann Fleming being inducted into North Lanarkshire's Sporting Hall of Fame

An MBE for Margaret Ann in honour’s list

A far-travelled Kilsyth woman who enjoys a global profile in the world of volleyball will soon be able to add the letters MBE to her name.

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Cumbernauld United put six past Blantyre Vics to book their cup final place (pic by Eoin Sinclair)

Cumbernauld United hit six to reach League up final

Cumbernauld United hit Blantyre Vics for six at Guy’s Meadow last Wednesday to storm into the Central League Cup, writes Eric Drever.

Holy Cross Primary pupils with Myles Hippolyte at Hampden

Croy youngsters team up with Buddies star Hippolyte to launch tourney

Pupils from a Croy primary school teamed up with St Mirren star Myles Hippolyte at Hampden last week to launch a new edition of a popular national seven-a-side competition.

Cumbernauld United boss Andy Framne is eyeing up a second Central League Cup Final appearance

United want season to go on still further

It’s been a particularly long season for junior clubs this year - but Cumbernauld United are still keen to see it extended

Cumbernauld lost out to promotion winners Largs Thistle (pic by Eoin Sinclair)

Cumbernauld lose to Largs in final league game of season

Cumbernauld United completed their league programme on Sunday when they went down 1-0 at home to Largs Thistle.

Mark Lamont impressed with Clyde last season (pic by Michael Gillen)

Clyde want loan star Lamont back at Broadwood

Clyde are keen to have midfielder Mark Lamont back at Broadwood on a permanent basis.

Davie Dickson opens the scoring for Cumbernauld

United see off Shettleston to secure Central League Cup semi-final spot

Cumbernauld United saw off a spirited challenge from Shettleton at Guy’s Meadow last Wednesday night to book their place in the semi-finals of the Central League Cup.

North Lanarkshire Sporting Hall of Fame class of 2008 - (back row, l-r) Kirsten Bonar, Michael Kerr, Margaret Ann Fleming, Scott Meenagh, James Stewart, (front row, l-r) Pauline Hamill, Jimmy Quinn (represented by Tosh McKinlay), Pat Clinton

Eight sporting heroes are inducted into HOF

Eight remarkable sportspeople have been inducted into this year’s North Lanarkshire Sporting Hall of Fame.

The four divisions have seen an increase in footfall. Picture: Alan Murray

Surge in football attendances at SPFL grounds

More people than ever before are watching Scottish football.

Robbie Winters hit Cumbernauld's fourth goal in Monday's derby win over Kilsyth (library pic)

Cumbernauld stun Kilsyth with second half fightback

A scintillating second half display earned Cumbernauld United local bragging rights after Monday night’s derby at Guy’s Meadow.

Cumbernauld were comfortable winners over Shettleston

Cumbernauld climb up table with win over Shettleston

A goal in each half against Shettleston at Guy’s Meadow on Saturday was enough to seal a 2-0 win and full points for Cumbernauld United.

David Goodwillie fires home Clyde's second goal against Edinburgh City (pic by Craig Black Photography)

Clyde win keeps pressure on play-off rivals Stenhousemuir

Clyde prolonged their promotion play-off hopes with their second win over Edinburgh City at Ainslie Park in the space of a month.

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