, o Uddingstone v Drumpelier.

' Budweiser Bowl.

1 in this division is against Newcastle on . May18. II we get a result down there i we can start thinking at ourselves as

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0 Sport ls listed as diary: by sport, then by day, then by event.


Saturday 17

BENEAGLES COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP o Strathmore County v Stirling County

0 Strathmore County v Clackmannan County

0 Dunbartonshire v Ayrshire Auchenhowie. Milngavie.

0 West Lothian vaerdeenshire Boghall. Linlithgow.



o Ayrshire v West Lothian The Oval. 0"” .

Prestwick‘ lallitertlots :PVCuparGoldenacrc. ST LEAGUE "I “’11 -

3er15" AND PARTNERS EA 0 Carlton v Edinburgh Accies Grange

Loan. Edinburgh.

0 Fauldhouse Victoria v Stenhousemuir.

o Leith Franklin v Watsonians Leith Links. Edinburgh.

0 Kirkcaldyv Royal High Bennochy. Kirkcaldy.


O Ayr V Kilmarnock (‘ambusdoom Alloway.

o Ferguslie v Kelburne Meikleriggs. 0 West 01 Scotland v Uddingstone Hamilton Crescent. Glasgow.

0 Clydesdale v Poloc Titlield. Glasgow.

0 Greenock v Drumpelier.

o Stenhousemuir v Carlton The Tryst. Stenhousemuir.

0 Edinburgh Accies v Heriots FP Newfield. Edinburgh

0 Cupar v Kirkcaldy Duffis Park. Forfar.

o Leith Franklin v Royal High Leith Links. Edinburgh. 0 Fauldhouse Victoria v Watsonians.

D.M. HALL WESTERN UNION o Poloc v Ayr Shawholm. Glasgow

0 West 01 Scotland v Greenock Hamilton Crescent. Glasgow.

0 Clydesdale v Ferguslie Titfield.

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The Glasgow Diamonds are Scotland’s only representatives in the newly Iormed Budweiser League. Budweiser have opted to spend £250,000 on encouraging the game in Britain over the next lew years. They caused a bit at a stir during the close season when they went round the country poaching the best clubs from the BAFLto lorm theirown league. When it kicked oil in April, 66 clubs in three conlerences began their campaigns to reach the

The Glasgow team plays in Division 1 North 01 the Atlantic Conterence competing against live teams trom the north oi England. The team which tops the league at the end oi July goes on to the play-oils tor the championship.

The Diamonds have already taken a sizeable step in that direction with two comprehensive victories over their first two opponents, winning 66-0 and 50-20 against the New Bolton Braves and Washington Presidents. Coach Jim Orazio said: ‘We've done pretty well considering our tirst two games were away lrom home, but the big test tor us

having a chance of making the play-otts.’ He added ‘II we can do the real hard work next week against Newcastle, then we can concentrate on putting on a great show tor everyone who comes along on May 25 to see our game against Stockport Falcons -l

7 think they're going to see a Iew touchdowns.’

40 The List 16— 2‘) May

. child £2, students halt price, OAPs

; cheerleaders and competitions.



lucrative - of Bob Geldot’s schemes to v help the starving takes place on Sunday 25 May. Sport Aid are organising the Race Against Time which will happen simultaneously around the world at 4pm GMT. The Scottish end at the event will take place at Glasgow Green on part of the marathon course. Anyone wishing to join in will receive an official Sport Aid T—shirt and will be sponsored per km torthe 10 km race (6.2 miles).

For those not up to the six mile run, there is an alternative event at the SECC in Glasgow, starting at 1 pm and linishing at 6pm. The World Workout begins with a Radio Clyde Disco and there will be a celebrity lashion show as well as a celebrity workout with a host ot Scottish stars taking part. The idea is that anyone wishing to take part can be sponsored per minute in a series 01 workouts, or mobility excercises and already there are people with sponsorship of up to £200 at this early stage. Admission to the SECC is £2, and as well as the events above, there will be rallies and a huge 80X 7, Glasgow, tel: 041 552 6996. Happydrome indoor market to provide (Graham Caldwell).

o Clydesdale Colts v Strathclyde o Johnstone Crusaders v AyrBurners Sheriffs 2pm. 2pm.

0 Glasgow Lions v Tyneside Trojans . Musselburgh Magnum V East Hclcnvalc Sports Ccntrc- 3pm Kilbride Pirates Meadowmill Sports Complex. Prestonpans. 2pm.

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; lots to do lor the whole lamily. So Iar

there are almost15 thousand people

taking part in both events in Glasgow

and the organisers expect that number to pass 20,000. Anyone wishing to take

part and do their bit torthe world‘s starving can get application torms trom: Richey's Health Club, Cueball Clubs, Glasgow Film Theatre, the Tourist intormation Centre or lrom PO

: BUDWEISER LEAGUE BRITISH AMERICAN FOOTBALL ° Glasgow Diamonds V Stockport LEAGUE Falcons Burnbrae. Milngavie. 2pm. 0 Strathclyde Sheritts v Clydesdale 50° panel COIIS Lochinch. Glas wow. 2 m. i p , SPEEDWAY Fflday16

0 Edinburgh Monarchs v Birmingham Brummies Powderhall. 7.150m.

. 0 Glasgow Tigers v Newcastle Federation Specials Blantyre 7.30pm.


0 Edinburgh Monarchs v Milton Keynes Powderhall.7.15pm.

0 Glasgow Tigers v Hackney Kestrels Blantyre. 7.30pm.


0 Race Days 'I'uesday. Thursday and Saturday. Powderhall Stadium. Beaverhall Road. Edinburgh. Race meetings are for 10 races. starting at 7.30pm. £2.20 stand, £1 .30ground

(inc programme).

Glasgow 0 Race Days Tuesdays. Thursdays 7.45pm. Saturday 7.30pm.

Shawfield Stadium. Rutherglen. £1 .50 (inc programme).

Monday 19

o Musselburgh First Race, 2.30pm. -

The game is atWest 01 Scotland Rugby Club, Burnbrae, Milgavie, Glasgow. Adults £1.50, parent and

tree. As well as the game, there will be entertainment tor the whole lamily with burgers, bands, buskers, balloons,

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