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Dylan is a winner in Junior British League

Banchory boy Dylan Curry was part of the winning team in the Junior U18 British 
Table Tennis League.

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Izzy Tollometti

Gymnast Izzy is Gold Coast girl

Alford gymnast Izzy Tolometti, 18, is one of Team Scotland’s latest selections for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

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Shannon is quickly off the mark 
in S Africa

Shannon is quickly off the mark 
in S Africa

Aboyne’s Shannon McWilliam won the Border Ladies Championship by a resounding six strokes in South Africa on Sunday.

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Mintra Group are sponsoring a Scottish school ski team'NAMES (L TO R) ATHLETES ONLY PIC JONNY MARSHALL, CIORSTAIDH (COR) STRUTHERS , ANDRENA GRANT, TABITHA ALLAN AND CALUM SHEPHERD

Tabby takes on world’s best

Alford Academy’s Tabby Allan, 17 (pictured right) is one of 20 young Scottish skiers who took part in the Schools Winter Games in Grenoble, France, representing Scottish schools against the best in the world, with 500 athletes from 19 countries competing in eight sports. Acknowledging sponsorship by Aberdeen-based company Mintra Group, Gordon Ritchie, of GRM sport sponsorship, said: “Mintra Group are providing the athletes and coaches with their Alpine team clothing, but also they are providing communications support, including PR, video and photography, back from Grenoble each day during the championships.”

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Aberdeen Boat Race 2017 won by Aberdeen University''Pic issued on behalf of Tricker PR

Boat Race is on as Katherine is selected for Robert Gordon

Katherine Lawrie from Stonehaven is to row for Robert Gordon University in the 23rd annual Aberdeen Boat Race, which takes place on Saturday, March 17.

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Impressive Nicole jumps to it in Classic Qualifier

Impressive Nicole jumps to it in Classic Qualifier

Nicole Lockhead Anderson from Banchory claimed victory in the Charles Britton Equestrian Construction Winter JA Classic Qualifiers in Ayrshire on Sunday.

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12/12/17�'STIRLING UNIVERSITY - STIRLING.'Twenty five stars of track and field received the perfect start to their festive season, with news of their selection for Team Scotland for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games�. Robbie Simpson

Robbie to get in his stride for Games in Inverness event

Scotland international Robbie Simpson is to compete in the Inverness half marathon on March 11 as a vital part of his preparations for the Commonwealth Games.

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Illuminator Race 2018

Illuminator Race 2018

Scotland’s toughest night trail race, the Illuminator, is open for entries.

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Paul Lawrie Golf Centre to hand back Inchmarlo to landowners

Paul Lawrie Golf Centre to hand back Inchmarlo to landowners

After two years managing the Inchmarlo Golf Centre and overseeing an upgrade of the facility, Paul Lawrie Golf Centre (PLGC) is to hand back control to Inchmarlo.

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Scots take Shannon to South Africa

Scots take Shannon to South Africa

Aboyne Golf Club’s Shannon McWilliam has been selected as the youngest member of the Scottish Golf women’s amateur team to compete in a series of competitions in South Africa later this month.

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Snowbusiness is booming thanks to ideal wintry conditions for skiers

Snowbusiness is booming thanks to ideal wintry conditions for skiers

Scotland’s skiers and snowboarders have been enjoying some superb conditions this winter, as nature has provided a brilliant snowy bonus.

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Shannon McWilliam - seventh in Portugal

Shannon seventh in Portugal

Aboyne’s Shannon McWilliam finished seventh in the Portuguese Women’s Amateur Championship at West Cliffs Golf Resort, Obidos on Saturday. She had rounds of 76, 76, 82 and 76 for 310.

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deeside storm to national award after big clean-up

deeside storm to national award after big clean-up

The greenkeeping team at Deeside Golf Club has won the Achievement of the Year Award at the BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition 2018.

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Deeside pay the penalty in tight encounter

Deeside pay the penalty in tight encounter

Deeside suffered an agonising, narrow home defeat to Aberdeen Grammar 2XV in Caledonia North Division 2 last Saturday,

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Glad Rags & Cartridge Bags blast away January blues

Glad Rags & Cartridge Bags blast away January blues

Ladies shooting club Glad Rags & Cartridge Bags got the new year off to a cracking start with their ‘blast away the January blues’ clay shooting event at Pittodrie House Hotel.

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Deeside frozen out but Burns Supper a big hit

Deeside frozen out but Burns Supper a big hit

Deeside Rugby’s home game against Highland 2XV in Caledonia Division 2 North last Saturday was, as expected, postponed because of a frozen pitch.

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‘the most beautiful run in scotland’ on the horizon

‘the most beautiful run in scotland’ on the horizon

It’s fast approaching that time of year again to dust off those trainers and start your training for the Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland Glenlivet 10k.

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TOMINTOUL, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 19:  Skiers enjoy the winter conditions  at the Lecht ski centre on January 19, 2015 in Tomintoul, Scotland. Temperatures in parts of Scotland have fallen to as low as -12C during what forecasters say has been the coldest night of the winter so far.  (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Lecht to stage its own Winter Games in an Olympic snowsport celebration

British Ski and Snowboard have teamed up with the Lecht, Snowsport Scotland and Snowsport England to host a two-day celebration of the Winter Olympics.

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2018 may be ‘beastliest’ race yet

2018 may be ‘beastliest’ race yet

With new obstacles and stunning routes, the 2018 Prime Four Banchory Beast Race could be the muddiest, biggest and best yet.

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