QUEEN of the South Reserves team coach Willie Gibson believes he’s seen a marked improvement from his side since his appointment.
NOMINATIONS have opened for this year’s Annandale and Eskdale Sports Awards.
HUNDREDS of supporters were left disappointed and frustrated when referee Steven Reid called off the match between Morton and Queen of the South on Saturday— just over an hour before kick-off.
GRETNA FC 2008 has decided to make a change in management with a familiar face returning to the club.
FORMER Gretna player Gavin Skleton will remain in charge of Carlisle United this weekend as the search for a new head coach continues.
FOOTBALL fans in the region have contributed to a new TV documentary exploring the psyche of the Scottish male.
SPORTS coaches and volunteers across the region have been recognised for their dedication and achievements over the last year.
FOOTBALL club officials at Newton Stewart have slammed vandals who let off fireworks near their ground at Blairmount Park and which damaged the 3G playing surface.
YOUNG footballers in Dumfries and Galloway could soon using their head less as the skill of heading could be banned for children under 12.
A FOOTBALL team in Gretna have walked to victory by winning the Over 50’s league title.
FOOTBALL fans from the region are being asked for their views on policing at games.
THE former Gretna and Morton boss Davie Irons has been appointed as interim manager of Ladbrokes League 2 side Stenhousemuir.
MIDS have moved quickly to appoint their third manager in the space of three months after the resignation of Paddy Flannery.
CARLISLE United have annouced the appointment of Gavin Skelton as Steven Pressley’s new number two as they prepare for next season.
A TRIP overseas is always a great experience, add to that your team is playing in a European Final and it makes it even better.
FORMER Queen of the South favourite Kevin Holt is returning to his home town for next season.
OFFICIALS at Scotland League side Mid Annandale have moved quickly to fill the vacant manager’s job at the New King Edward Park side.
FOOTBALL fans in Lockerbie are close to getting the VIP treatment, thanks to another funding pledge.
ANNAN Athletic is one of the only clubs in Scotland to voice their support for adopting strict liability to deal with fan behaviour.
THIEVES “knew what they were looking for” when they targeted Gretna Football Club, says the club chairman.
QUEENS’ captain Stephen Dobbie’s status as a club legend is flying even higher with the creation of a special flag.
QUEEN of the South come up against a familiar foe as they face Aberdeen at Pittodrie in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup, on Sunday at 3.30 pm
A NEW football team is forming in Gretna and is looking to join the Dumfries Sunday League.
LOWLAND League side Gretna 2008 are making strides to help stop prostate cancer being a killer by organising their own Football Festival as part of Prostate Cancer UK’s first Walking Football Month.
A FORMER Queen of the South player has spoken out about mental health issues in football — describing what can be a highly competitive and potentially stressful environment.
THE REBUILD for next season has begun at Queen of the South – as a defender and a goalkeeper have put pen to paper.
A FOOTBALL coach who was told he could not go on artificial pitches in his wheelchair is determined to put the past behind him.
ANNAN Athletic have stumbled their way through injuries and set-backs into the latter stages of the season — with a dream play-off spot still in sight.
ANNAN has become ‘Beat the Street’ capital after outpacing large and small communities across the UK in a fun fitness challenge.
A YOUNG Annan footballer Robbie Hogg has signed a full-time professional contract with Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock.