25 May 2013: 5:13am
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Vale of Earn got their hands on the West District Cup after a ten-goal thriller last Thursday night.Read
A pair of Perthshire charities are on course to reach a global audience thanks to a fantastic boost from the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.Read
Members of Crieff athletics club Strathearn Harriers are hosting a ladies’ running night on Friday (May 10).Read
Vale of Earn progressed to the semi-final of the Perthshire Cup courtesy of a thrilling 5-4 extra time win at Coupar Angus on Saturday.Read
Crieff Squash Club Ladies have been crowned Dundee and District Squash League Cup and Shield champions.Read
Strathearn Harriers’ juniors ran at the Lomonds of Fife hill race at the weekend, while ten of the club’s senior athletes resuming battle in the club championship at the Balfron 10k.Read
Crieff and Strathearn RFC have been crowned league champions following a 27-14 win against Stobswell.
Crieff angler Peter Auchterlonie helped the Scotland international side continue its winning ways and claim a gold medal at the Spring International at Bewl Water.Read
Strathearn Branch of the Pony Club hosted the Area 1 qualifier for the Prince Phillip Cup on Saturday, May 18.Read
Next month’s Strathearn marathon has once again attracted an international field.Read
Vale’s impressive 15-game winning run came to an end on Saturday as they lost out to Balmoral Utd in the Perthshire Cup semi final.Read
Strathearn Harriers held their first women’s running event and took part in races in Glasgow and on the slopes of Ben Lomond during a typically busy weekend.Read
Crieff and Strathearn RFC’s age group sides enjoyed a successful conclusion to their season on Sunday.Read
Sol Sweeney, from Crieff, was the youngest local person to be part of the London Marathon at the weekend.Read
Strathearn Grove’s Division Two status is hanging in the balance following a 3-2 loss at Glenfarg on Saturday.Read
Vale of Earn played hosts to high-flying St John’s on Saturday looking for a win to progress to the quarter-final of the Ashleigh Cup.Read
Strathearn’s sharp-shooter Ashleigh Taylor is on target for success.Read
Grove made the short trip to Almondbank for their penultimate league game against Bridgeton on Thursday.Read
A Brian Finlay-inspired Vale of Earn moved into the final of the West District Cup after a 4-0 away victory over local rivals Auchterarder Primrose on Saturday.Read
Crieff and Strathearn travelled away to Perth for a much anticipated local derby with Perthshire 2nd XV with both teams up for some competitive rugby in the glorious spring sunshine.Read
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