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Football and rugby clubs join social media boycott from 3pm today in protest against online hate

Football and rugby clubs join social media boycott from 3pm today in protest against online hate

Football and rugby clubs join social media boycott from 3pm today in protest against online hate

Clubs and organisations will shut down social media from 3pm today and over Saturday and Sunday.


Dates confirmed for SPFL play-off matches

Dates confirmed for SPFL play-off matches

Dates confirmed for SPFL play-off matches

Highland League champions Brora Rangers begin their bid to reach League 2 next Tuesday.


Highland League winners Brora Rangers will get chance to play for promotion to League Two

Highland League winners Brora Rangers will get chance to play for promotion to League Two

Highland League winners Brora Rangers will get chance to play for promotion to League Two

League Two play-offs are going ahead.


Funds injected into grassroots football

Funds injected into grassroots football

Funds injected into grassroots football

The Scottish FA have launched Football For All – a campaign that will see the grassroots game helped by more than £1.5 million of funding.


Forres Mechanics sign four on extended deals

Forres Mechanics sign four on extended deals

Forres Mechanics sign four on extended deals

The Mosset Park club is keen to strengthen for their return to Highland League football this summer.


Riders shine in the sun at Mundole Equestrian

Riders shine in the sun at Mundole Equestrian

Riders shine in the sun at Mundole Equestrian

Some top performances from local riders.


Moray Road Runner Kenny Wilson smashes his personal best to finish fifth in the Cheshire Elite Marathon

Moray Road Runner Kenny Wilson smashes his personal best to finish fifth in the Cheshire Elite Marathon

Moray Road Runner Kenny Wilson smashes his personal best to finish fifth in the Cheshire Elite Marathon

Wilson (30) breaks the two hour, 20 minute barrier in only his second-ever competitive marathon.


Brechin City call for Brora Rangers and Kelty Hearts' to get automatic promotion to League Two

Brechin City call for Brora Rangers and Kelty Hearts' to get automatic promotion to League Two

Brechin City call for Brora Rangers and Kelty Hearts' to get automatic promotion to League Two

Club bottom of League Two call for league reconstruction.


Community rugby clubs to benefit from £6.5 million national funding package

Community rugby clubs to benefit from £6.5 million national funding package

Community rugby clubs to benefit from £6.5 million national funding package

Sum of £1.5 million to aid clubs' Covid recovery and the rest for future development.


Chairman claims Brora Rangers meet all requirements for League Two promotion

Chairman claims Brora Rangers meet all requirements for League Two promotion

Chairman claims Brora Rangers meet all requirements for League Two promotion

But SPFL make no comment.


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