Sport is selective, and is listed

as diary: by sport, then by day, then by event.

CRICKET - Saturday 27

STODDART COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP o Ayrshire v Strathmore The Oval. Prestwick. 1.30pm.

0 Fiteshire v West Lothian McKane Park. Dunfermline. 1.30pm.


o Clydesdale vAeritvvood. Beaton Road. Glasgow. 2pm.

0 Poloc v Kelburne Shawholm. Pollokshaws. Glasgow. 2pm.

0 West of Scotland v Ferguslie Hamilton Crescent. Peel Street. Glasgow. 2pm.

0 Greenockv Drumpellier Glenpark. Brisbane Street. Greenock. 2pm. Looks like the match ofthe day. witl both clubs among the front-runners in the most evenly matched campaign in some years.

0 Uddingston v Kilmarnock Bothwell Castle Policies. Uddingston. 2pm. RYOEN EAST LEAGUE

0 Royal High v Kirkcaldy Jock‘s Lodge. Edinburgh. 2pm.

0 Watsonians v Carlton Myreside. Colinton Road. Edinburgh. 2pm. 0 Edinburgh Acads v Cupar Raeburn Place. Stockbridge. Edinburgh. 2pm.

0 Heriot's FP v Grange Goldenacre. Inverleith Row. Edinburgh. 2pm. Newly promoted Grange have made the early running with Royal High. but face a tough visit to Heriot‘s in the day‘s most attractive fixture.



0 Kirkcaldy v Strathmore Bennochy. Kirkcaldy. 2pm.

0 Ayrshire v Carlton The Oval. Prestwick. 1.30pm.


o Woodhall v SCU President's XI Maggie‘s Haugh. Airdrie. 2pm. INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGE MATCH o Lords Taverners Scotland XI v Lords Taverners England XI Myreside. Colinton Road. Edinburgh. 2pm. The 7th Annual Challenge match. with teams augmented by former Test players and guest celebrities. Saturday 4 STODDART COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP o Clackmannan v Stirling The Arns. Alloa. 1.30pm.

0 Ounbartonshire v Fileshire Auchenhowie. Milngavie. 1.30pm. 0 West Lothian v Perthshire Boghall. Linlithgow. 1.30pm.

0 Ayrshire v Aberdeenshire The Oval. Prestwick. 1.30pm.


o Orumpellierv Poloc Langloan. Coatbridge. 2pm.

o Greenock v Ayr Glenpark. Brisbane Street. Greenock. 2pm.

0 West 01 Scotland v Kilmarnock Hamilton Crescent. Peel Street. Glasgow. 2pm.

- Ferguslie v Uddingston Meikleriggs Paisley. 2pm.


o Kirkcaldyv Stenhousemuir Bennochy. Kirkcaldy. 2pm.

0 Grange v Fauldhouse Raeburn Place. Stockbridge. Edinburgh. 2pm.

0 Heriot's FP v Edinburgh Acads Goldenacre. lnverleith Row. Edinburgh. 2pm.

0 Watsonians v Cupar Myreside. Colinton Road. Edinburgh. 2pm.

0 Carlton v Royal High The Pavilion. Grange Loan. Edinburgh. 2pm.



0 Express Removals v Uddingston Millerston. (,‘umbernauld Road. Glasgow. 2pm.

0 Ferguslie v Irvine Meikleriggs. Paisley. 2pm.

0 Stenhousemuir v Kelso The Tryst. Larbert. 2pm.

0 Greenoclt v Brechin Glenpark. Brisbane Street. Greenock. 2pm. 0 Carlton v Northern Counties The Pavilion. Grange Loan. Edinburgh. 2pm.

Saturday 27/Sunday 28

0 Scottish Croquet Association v


Greyhound racing made a welcome return to Shawtield Stadium in Glasgow this month. The racing licence was transterred to the new owners in time tor a re-opening on 11 June, and they were rewarded with a large crowd. Regulars deprived of top-class action since last October’s (then apparently iinal) closedown, will Iind a handsomely re-turbished bar and restaurant, as well as an upgraded racing circuit; as one punter remarked on opening night. it makes losing money almost a pleasure! See


Croquet Association Glasgow Green East. 10am. An international challenge match in which the home team take on their English counterparts. Croquet is burdened with class-associations and a certain joke value. but it is a highly tactical, very competitive game at this level. The object is to play the balls through 12 hoops and a central peg. while trying to put opponents at the maximum disadvantage in the process. with the first side to reach 26 points winning. Admission free.

DEE— Edinburgh

0 Race ans Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Powderhall Stadium.

Beaverhall Road, Edinburgh. Race meetings are for 10 races. starting at 7.30pm. £2.20 Stand: £1 .30 Ground.


0 Race Days Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Shawfield Stadium. Rutherglen Road. Glasgow. Race meetings are for 10 races. starting at 7.30pm.

GOLF Wed 8— Sat 11

o Bells Scottish Open Championship King’s Course. Gleneagles Hotel. Not strictly our area. but this will make an attractive lead-in to next week‘s British Open at Muirfield. Several big names are expected to enter as awarm-up to that tournament. while the top five not already exempt finishers gain automatic qualification to the British.

0 European Women’s Team Championship Turnberry Golf Course. Ayrshire. Again. a little far south for us. but this is one of the leading events on the women‘s amateur circuit.




0 Edinburgh Eagles v Musselburgh Magnums Saughton Astro-Turf Complex. Stevenson Drive. Edinburgh. 2pm. £1 (50p). Eagles produced a stronger early challenge to Glasgow than expected. and should be too strong for the currently troubled Magnums.


0 East Kilbride Pirates v Clydesdale Colts Kelvin Bowl. Kelvin Industrial Estate. East Kilbride. 2pm.

0 Lothian Chieftains v Ayr Burners Creamery Park. Bathgate. 2pm.




0 Glasgow Lions v Manchester All Stars Helenvale Park. Tollcross. Glasgow. 2pm. Glasgow desperately need home points if they are to stave off relegation. in what has proved a tough Budweiser baptism. PREMIER DIVISION

0 Glasgow Diamonds v Strathclyde

Sherlits Burnbrae, Milngavie. 2pm. 0 Musselburgh Magnums v Granite Clty OIlers Meadowmill Sports Complex. Prestonpans. 2pm. Free.

GEE:- Monday 29

0 Edinburgh Flat meeting at Musselburgh Racecourse (8 miles from Edinburgh on the A1). Club £7; Paddock £3.50. First race 2.15pm.

Monday 6

0 Edinburgh Flat meeting at Musselburgh Racecourse. Details as above. First race 2pm.

JUOO Sunday28

0 Scottish Senior Championships Wishaw Sports Centre, Alexander Street. Wishaw. Lanarkshire. 9am. Judo is a very popular sport in Scotland. and there should be a healthy entry here, with titles at stake in the various weight categories for both men and women.


0 Knockhill 1.30pm. Full programme of formula and road car racing at the Fife circuit, near Dunfermline.

Saturday 4/Sunday 5

O Knockhill 1.30pm. The turn of motor cycles at the recently re-surfaced Fife circuit this week, with the Bob McIntyre Classic Trophy up for grabs.

[31mm- Sunday 5

0 Edinburgh People’s 10 Kilometre Race & 3 Kilometre Fun Run Start and finish at Meadowbank Stadium, London Road. Edinburgh. 9.30am. 4000 runners are expected to take part in the spectacular 10km race around the city centre. Meadowbank Stadium will host a morning of events ‘for the family‘. while a number ofwarm-up events for fun runners have also been organised contact the Race Secretary at the District Council Recreation Department (557 1265 ext 220) for details.

SPEEDWAY Friday 26

0 Edinburgh Monarchs v Long Eaton Powderhall Stadium. Beaverhall Road. Edinburgh. 7.15pm. £3.50; £3. A return to National League business at Powderhall this week.

Friday 3 0 Edinburgh Monarchs v Exeter

Powderhall Stadium (details as above). League.

STOCK CARS Saturday 27/Saturday 4

o Newtongrange Victoria Park, Newtongrange. 7pm. £2.50 (£1). Regular Saturday night spectacular around the fast. sweeping circuit at Newtongrange Star FC’s ground on the outskirts of Edinburgh.

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