Archibald reflects on his experience at World Round-Up Freestyle skateboarding Championship and the opportunities that have followed

Scotland’s only representative, at the World Round-Up Freestyle Championship in Cloverdale, Canada back in May reflects on his experience and the opportunities that have followed. Reece Archibald finished 9th in the Round-Up. Japanese skateboarding prodigy Isamu Yamamoto who is only 14 years old won the title. The competition was filled with the world’s most talented…

Albion Rovers get first home win of the campaign over league leaders

Albion Rovers recorded an impressive first home win over a disappointing Raith Rovers watched by a crowd of 616. In the week that Sky Atlantic declared their support for the Coatbridge side which caused an internet storm. Brian Kerr’s side got the first chance of the game when Sean Higgins got his head on the…

Macduff skateboarder competing at World Round Up Freestyle Championship Canada

A Macduff skateboarder is Scotland’s only representative, in this year’s World Round Up Freestyle Championship in Cloverdale, Canada from the 19th to the 20th of May. Reece Archibald is up for the challenge and discusses how he got into freestyle skateboarding. He will compete against over 50 top skaters from Brazil, Japan, Spain, Sweden and…

Precision Geomatics give their backing to Amputee Football Association Scotland

 Precision Geomatics have sponsored Patrick Thistle Amputee team’s tracksuits and given backing to the Amputee Football Association Scotland. Precision Geomatics are a supplier of Land Survey and setting out instrumentation throughout the UK and has chosen the AFAS as one of their charities that they will support. The company who have a history of contributing…

Queens Park progress to the next round of Scottish Cup

Queen’s Park handed manager Gus McPherson and their supporters an early Christmas present by progressing into the 4th round of the Scottish Cup after a 2-0 victory over Montrose on a freezing Tuesday night. However, at times they made it difficult for themselves despite the away side failing to cause major problems. 348 spectators were…

Scotland’s first cross-border amputee football tournament

Glasgow hosted a historic event on a Sunday afternoon that was Scotland’s first cross-border amputee football tournament at Springburn Park. It brought teams from across the UK to fight it out in the English Amputee Football Association League’s northern fixture. This impressive event raised more awareness about the sport. The freezing cold didn’t prevent the…

Exclusive Hamilton footballer blasted for almost hitting a young fan

On Saturday during the Lanarkshire derby, a Hamilton footballer almost hit a child and broke a seat with a  ball. The incident happened at Fir Park when Accies player Dougie Imrie blasted the ball into the East stand, breaking a chair and nearly hitting a four-year-old Motherwell supporter. This overshadowed an entertaining match where the…