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C rammond. Sat 9am—6pm. Sun mam—4.30pm. The women’s North. West. East and Midlands‘ teams scrap it out at Crammond.
THE SCOTSMAN CUP FOURTH ROUND
I Edinburgh Civil Service v Cochrane Park Meadowbank Sports Centre. Edinburgh. 2pm. The perennial favourites. Civil Service. should defeat third division Cochrane Park. Meanwhile. among the other ties being played outwith the central area. the Monifieth v Grange match looks like being a cracker. The undefeated joint leaders of the Third Division take on the big boys from the First. for whom Donald MacFarlan has been in inspirational form this season. Prayer mats will be out at the Stockbridge club in an effort to inspire the return of Syd ‘Elvis‘ Reid. a prodigiousif erratic talent — with either guitar or hockey stick.
I Western v Inverleith Auchenhowie. Milngavie. Glasgow. 2pm. An intriguing all-first division tie. the Edinburgh club are currently just ahead of Western.
I Stepps v Morgan Mount Harriet. Stepps. Glasgow. 2pm.
I Watsonians v Stirling Myreside. Myreside Road. Edinburgh. 2pm.
[EILE- Thursday 15—Saturday 17
I Ayr Races Ayr Racecourse. 2 Whitletts Road. Ayr. Club £8. Eglinton £5. National Hunt Racing over three days. although most of the horses will finish before then.
I Arpal/Edinhurgh Woollen Mill Challenge Kelso. 2.15pm. Kelso introduce an imaginative twist to this afternoon‘s racing. Inspired by the success oftrainer Gordon Richards. they will have a ‘Beat The Trainer' contest. Rather than this consisting of furious punters swinging punches at the men in trilby hats. it means that each trainer gets so many points per race. depending on the placing ofhis horses. then. after the seventh race. the trainer who has accumulated the largest total of points wins. As a further incentive. the sponsors are offering £7000 to anyone who beats Gordon Richards — they must have lost a few quid on him in the past. Anything to keep the punters‘ money ﬂooding in.
ICE HOCKEY Saturday 17
BRITISH PREMIER LEAGUE
I Ayr Raiders v Solihull Barrons Summit Centre. Minerva Way. Finneston. Glasgow. 4.45pm. £4.50 (£3).
I File Flyers v Nottingham Panthers Kirkcaldy Ice Rink. Kirkcaldy.7. 15pm. £3.00(£1.75).
BRITISH PREMIER LEAGUE I Murraytield Racers v Ayr Raiders
Murrayfield Ice Rink. Riversdale Crescent. Edinburgh. b.30pm. £4 (£2.50). A traditionally tough contest with no quarter asked or given.
JUDO Saturday 10
I Scottish Youth Championships Meadowbank Sports Centre. Edinburgh. A large group of youngsters will try hard not to be thrown by the importance ofthe event.
I Scottish Open Kyu Grade Championships Wishaw Sports Centre. Wishaw. 10am—6pm.
RUGBY Wednesday 14
I Edinburgh U18 v Edinburgh Schools Meggetland. Edinburgh. 7pm.
MCEWAN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE OIVISIONI I Stewart's/Melville F? v Glasgow High/Kelvinside Inverleith. Ferry Road. Edinburgh. 2pm. As the teams go into the mid-season break. Glasgow/l ligh and Stewart's/Melville are both languishing near the wrong end of the table. Meanwhile. Stirling County continue their rampant charge at the title. So far. they have only dropped one point; against Edinburgh Academicals. thanks to some fine kicking by the Academicals‘ Rowen Shepherd. At the time of going to press. Heriots and Jedforest lead the pursuing pack. both are one point behind the Count .
MCEWAN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 2 I Corstorphine v Preston Lodge FP Union Park. North Saughton Road. Edinburgh. 2pm.
I Glasgow Academicals v Kilmamock New Anniesalnd. Helensburgh Drive. Glasgow. 2pm.
I Rillhead/Jordanhill v Ayr Hughcndcn. Ilughenden Road. Glasgow. 2pm.
I Watsonians v West Of Scotland Myreside. Myreside Road. Edinburgh. 2pm. Undoubtedly. the Second Division‘s match of the day. Watsonians are sitting pretty at the top while the West Of Scotland club are snapping at their heels.
I Carnegie Mini Sprint Carnegie Pool. Dunfermline. 10am—6pm. Aninter-club event for youngsters in club teams throughout Scotland.
I Windsurfing Seminar Achnamra Outdoor Centre. Achnamra. A day out. primarily aimed at instructors. although those not as proficient at treading the boards may be considered. Info on 0546
68 The List (3 — 22 November 1990