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Two talented sisters will be flying the flag for Renfrewshire this weekend as the Scottish National Junior Championships take place.Read
Great Britain head coach Tony Hand has named Braehead Clan forward Robert Farmer in his 22-man squad for the World Championship (Division 1A) tournament in Hungary.Read
Paisley woman Angela Taylor and her Great Britain colleagues are in danger of missing out on a promotion place at this year’s IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championships.Read
Biking Buddie James Grieves has just started an amazing 23rd consecutive season as a speedway rider – and his enthusiasm is just as strong as ever.Read
Kilbarchan runner Callum Hawkins continued his comeback from injury with a fine win in the 3,000m at the Central and South of Scotland League meeting at Wishaw.Read
Young basketball stars hooped it up at a major national challenge which saw some of the brightest up-and-coming talents take to the court.Read
Paisley-based biker Mitchell Davey has signed for Edinburgh Monarchs, after his temporary spell at Redcar came to a close.Read
St Mirren coach Frazer Robertson last night heaped praise on the club’s Under-20s team after they ended their 2012/13 league campaign with a thumping victory against Dundee United.Read
Chris Frank became head coach Ryan Finnerty’s first ‘new’ signing at Braehead Clan – and immediately revealed how he’s looking forward to playing in front of a passionate home support next season.Read
Prize guys from the Paisley Pirates took a bow as the ice hockey club staged its end-of-season bash.Read
A talented pair of hockey aces from Renfrewshire are set to benefit from a funding boost.Read
A number of players at Kelburne Hockey Club are in the running to be selected for the West District squads.Read
St Mirren’s senior women ended the 2012/13 season on a high by winning the Strathclyde League and Cup double.Read
Race ace John Adamson was in fine form as he tore up the track in the first round of the British Youth Championships.Read
Paisley and District Dominoes League, sponsored by the Crown BarRead
Renfrew-based Burns Howff have popped the champagne corks after winning the Paisley and District Dominoes League.Read
New Braehead Clan coach Ryan Finnerty is tipping British forward Matt Haywood for big things after the player confirmed he will be returning to the club for a fourth straight season.Read
Kelburne hockey star Michael Bremner reckons this week’s FIH World League Round Two in Paris will be a real test of the Scotland senior men’s resolve.Read
Rally youngster Alex Adams blazed a trail when he took part in the Ingliston stages rally.Read
There was a podium position in store for John Adamson when he made the journey south of the border.Read
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