20 May 2013: 4:48pm
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LAID back Tommy Sloan insists Auchinleck Talbot will take a crazy fixtures backlog in their stride.Read
HUNDREDS of youngsters are heading to town for the 32nd Ayr International Youth Football Tournament.Read
TROON Ladies went seven up to crush Team Strathclyde 7-2 at Portland Park on Sunday.Read
SOARAWAY Whitletts Vics want Ayr United to make it a promotion double for the town.Read
TROON Amateurs Boys’ Club 17s have been crowned West of Scotland League champions.Read
CLASSY Caledonian Football Club are Scottish Cup champions after beating Easterhouse Thistle 2-1.Read
RESULTS: Wednesday, Wednesday April 29:Read
The Belmont Academy pupil will rub shoulders with players four years her senior in an international.Read
AYR Boswell beat Glenafton 5-4 in a goal feast final of the age 13 Westwire Shield.Read
RESULTS: Wednesday April 22:Read
TOMMY SLOAN has urged Auchinleck’s Scottish Cupfinalists to get a move on.Read
DAVID GILLIES hopes lightning can strike twice in the final of the Citylink Scottish Junior Cup.Read
ONE big home performance and we’re in the Scottish Cup final.Read
TROON ladies were hit by a late sucker punch as they lost 4-3 away to Paisley Saints on Sunday.Read
SCOTTISH Cup finalists Caledonian won the age 17 Presidents Cup, beating Prestwick 4-0 at Dam Park.Read
SCOTTISH Cup hopefuls Auchinleck Talbot are facing an injury crisis forSaturday’s first leg.Read
JUNIOR clubs could fold because of a move to extend minimum wage laws.Read
AYR Thistle served up a treat when they held their first Easter festival.Read
CALEDONIAN FC age 17s are facing a club against country heartache after reaching the Scottish Cup final.Read
AUCHINLECK Talbot have been dealt a double blow as they prepare to face Rob Roy FOUR times.Read
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