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junior version of the big boys’ game which will be held at Gleneagles later in the month.
Tuesday 10—Saturday 14
I Bell’s Scottish Open Colt Gleneagles Hotel Golf Course, Auchtcrardcr. Perthshire.
[TEES— Monday 2
I Musselburgh Races Musselburgh. Six
ﬂat races. the ﬁrst of which begins at 2.15pm. Paddock £4, Club £8 (£2).
I Musselburgh Races Musselburgh. Six flat races the first of which begins at 2.15pm. Paddock £4, Club £8 (£2).
' I Hamilton Park (Evening) Hamilton Park
Racecourse, Bothwell Road, Hamilton. Club £10, Paddock £5 (£3) concessions in both the club and paddock are available for couples. The evening ﬂat meeting begins at 6.30pm.
NETBALL Tuesday 3
I Scotland v Canada Kelvin Hall,
Glasgow. 5.45pm. A closely fought contest is guaranteed between the two sides who are building towards next year’s World Championships in Australia. Scotland emerged victorious from their 1987 World Championship encounter.
SPEEDWAY Friday 29
I The Future Champlons' Chase Powderhall Stadium, Edinburgh. 7.30pm. Hey these kids have really got something Mr Shirovsky. The top young riders in the north get a chance to to show their paces at the Powderhall track.
I Edinburgh Monarchs v Peterborough Panthers Powderhall Stadium. Edinburgh. 6.30pm. Last season the Panthers were involved in a league and then a cupthriller at Powderhall and despite Peterborough‘s injury worries the Monarchs are expecting an equally close encounter this year.
I Glasgow 261 Tigers v Rye House
Tom McKean running
Shawﬁeld Stadium, Rutherglen Road. Glasgow. 7.20pm. £3.50 (£1.50). A National League fixture that should be easv meat for the Tigers.
I Glasgow 261 Tigers v Edinburgh Monarchs Shawfield Stadium, Rutherglen Road, Glasgow. 7.20pm. A re-run of the recently rained-off meeting between the two rivals. Glasgow have held the upper hand of late in these contests.
TENNIS Thursday 5-Saturday 7
I Europa Cup 14 and Under, Girls Newlands Tennis Club. Glasgow. The best ofthe young European female tennis players contest the cup, with Britain unlikely to get a look in.
Thursday 5—Saturday 14
I Scottish Junior Championships Craiglockhart Sports Centre, Craiglockhart Road, Edinburgh. ‘Ohl say, what a glorious backhand return and with that Eck has become the ﬁrst Scotsman to win Wimbledon.‘ The budding Boris Beckers and would-be Virginia Wades of Scotland get a chance to demonstrate their potential.
Monday 94aturday 14
I Italla Cup Tournament Newlands Tennis Club and Whitecraigs Tennis Club, Glasgow. The ﬁrst International Tennis Federation tournament ever to be held in Scotland will feature 18 teams of veteran male players. The final line-ups have yet to be confirmed, though there will be
some excellent tennis on offer.
2 July—15 Aug
I Women's Tennis Coaching St Margaret's Park and the Meadows. Edinburgh. A seven-week course to improve your game. Afternoon and evening sessions. cost £10.50. Contact 031 557 1265 ext 221/223.
TEN PIN BOWLING Wednesday4
I Hollywood BOII Elliot Street, Glasgow. Strike me, Glasgow‘s got a new 32-lane bowling centre, and this little slice of Americana, complete with Di Maggio's Bar and a Hollywood Diner will be open to the public from Independence Day.