Bonnyrigg win their final game of the season

Runners at this year’s Edinburgh Marathon will be able to celebrate crossing the finish line.

40 people came along to a free family pickleball session during the Easter holidays at the Lasswade Centre.

The accolade is seen as marking a significant milestone in its history.

The Gold and Gray Soccer Academy was established in 2016.

Embracing Innovation and Excitement in the Heart of the Community

The housebuilder has announced a sponsorship deal with Bonnyrigg Rose Football Club.

Bonnyrigg Rose performed admirably at Pittodrie as the Scottish Cup run came to an end.

Rose Secure an Important 3 Points with Convincing 2-0 Victory Over Elgin City FC.

Bonnyrigg Rose settled for a point against Stranraer at a windy NDP.

Midlothian Councillors have approved the asset transfer of the Poltonhall Sport Complex to Bonnyrigg Rose Community Football Club.

Bonnyrigg Rose defeated unbeaten Falkirk to reach the Scottish Cup fifth round.

Bonnyrigg Rose and Dumbarton fought to a 1-1 draw at NDP on Saturday afternoon.

3 - 2 defeat to Clyde in first game of 2024.

Melville Golf Centre has become the first in Scotland to install a new state-of-the-art camera system that can take your golf swing to the next level.

Scottish Borders Council’s sporting, leisure and cultural services provider has a new man at the top.

Adventure Cyclist Markus Stitz rides to Germany from Scotland via Route YC on the Yorkshire Coast

Bonnyrigg Rose suffered a defeat at Stenhousemuir in a game that saw two red cards.

Rose moved within 2 points of the play-off places with a win on Tuesday evening.

Rose were unable to get back to winning ways on Saturday afternoon as the Loons ran away with the points.

Bonnyrigg Rose were back in the win column on Saturday afternoon.

This week is Scottish Women and Girls in Sport Week 2023 and all women and girls are encouraged to get involved in local events.

Bonnyrigg Rose were unlucky to lose out on the day as Stenhousemuir came out with all 3 points in a tightly-contested affair.

A former fire station now used as a booming Borders football club’s headquarters is to be reignited as a £400k community hub.

Football fans across Midlothian have been “vilified” by planned new guidelines for supporters' buses on matchdays, according to Owen Thompson MP.