Journalism student enjoying life 1,616 miles away from his home country

A Glasgow Clyde College journalism student has certainly pushed himself out of his comfort zone by living 1,616 miles away from his family in Raseiniai, Lithuania. Valentas Virmauskis left his homeland to study in Scotland. The 23-year-old hadn’t visited Glaschu ever before packing up his bags to study HND Practical Journalism at Glasgow Clyde College….

Mountain biker Grant Ferguson not fazed by heat in Gold Coast

Mountain biker Grant Ferguson sits there all kitted out with his Team Scotland gear and a nice tan from South Africa where he has arrived from this morning by plane. This is certainly something many Scots would definitely have jealousy towards. Especially with the Beast from the East causing chaos across the country early March…

“I don’t really have any regrets, but you do just wonder whether maybe I should have stayed”: James Dayton admits he sometimes wonders if he should have stayed in Scotland longer

James Dayton has no regrets about moving back south but sometimes wonders if he should have stayed in Scotland for longer. The English winger was best known for ghosting past baffled opponents with his trickery during his three years at Rugby Park. He was part of Mixu Paatelainen’s side that finished fifth in the league…

Albion draw with League One League Leaders

Albion drew with league leaders Raith at Cliftonhill. An Alan Trouten double secured a point for the League One strugglers. Euan Murray’s header and a Jason Marr own goal looked to have given the visitors the victory but Trouten tucked home an injury-time penalty that split opinion to send the home support wild. A solid…

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 in an impressive 9th place in his first time at the international contest. Archibald was thrilled to skate alongside the world’s most talented skaters showcasing their…

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…