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THREE out of the four Johnstone and District leagues have now started, with the Junior under-17s about to get under way as well.
THE Scottish National Age Group Swimming Championships is the national competition where swimmers are split into age categories of 10 to 12 years, 13 years, 14 years, 15 to 16 years and 17 years and over, to find out who is the fastest in that age group for the year.
I travelled through to fish Linlithgow Loch last week with the Southside Fly Dressers.
JOHNSTONE Burgh return to action this weekend as they travel to Wishaw Juniors, knowing a draw will clinch promotion.
ST Mirren senior women ended the 2012/13 season on a high, winning the local league and cup double.
A THREE goal burst in five minutes killed off Renfrew as Kilsyth eased to three points against the Western Park side.
JOHNSTONE Burgh returned to winning ways last Wednesday as they overcame Royal Albert.
AFTER watching his side overcome Royal Albert last week, Johnstone Burgh boss George Walker knew three points on Monday night would have clinched promotion for the Keanie Park outfit.
AFTER watching his side fall to Kilsyth last week, Renfrew co-boss Colin Clark is targeting West of Scotland Cup success as his side take on Premier Division outfit Kirkintilloch Rob Roy.
RENFREW are in cup action tonight (Wednesday) as they travel to Premier League outfit Kirkintilloch Rob Roy in the quarter final of the West of Scotland Cup.
MORE than 100 players, coaches, parents, sponsors and friends turned out for basketballpaisley's 12th annual awards ceremony.
MIDDLETON Trout Fishery has been the subject of various rumours and stories over the last couple of seasons.
The latest bowls news from greens across the area returns.
AFTER watching his side lose to Largs Thistle on Monday night, Renfrew manager Colin Clark knew his side couldn't finish in the First Division play-off spot.
RENFREW suffered their first home defeat since early April, as they fell to Largs Thistle, on Monday night.
AROUND 20 kids took part in a green opening at the Inchinnan Bowls Club as the new season got under way.
RENFREW stormed to a three point haul at Keppoch Park to state their intentions of moving into a promotion play-off position.
RENFREW will bring the curtain down on their league campaign this week, starting with a trip to Kilsyth Rangers tonight (Wednesday).
JOHNSTONE Burgh face second bottom Royal Albert tonight (Wednesday) as they bid to get their promotion bid back on track.
JOHNSTONE Burgh netted in the 90th and 91st minute to snatch a draw against Vale of Leven last week.
St Mirren senior women have reached the national play-off finals after back-to-back victories over National League champions Polonia Phoenix.
A NUMBER of Ren 96 swimmers were in action at the recent Falkirk Otters mini meet, an event dedicated to seven to 11-year-old swimmers.
AFTER starring for Renfrew, Clyde loanee Gerard Traynor insists he is enjoying life at Western Park.
The latest from around the lakes by John Milne.
ERSKINE Boys Club 2003 side were crowned champions at a recent football tournament, as they locked horns with clubs from across the country.
The latest scores from across the area.
KILBARCHAN athletes were competing in a variety of events all over Britain last weekend.
The latest betting tips for Renfrew and Johnstone Burgh.
JOHNSTONE Burgh host promotion rivals Vale of Leven tonight (Wednesday), followed by another home match against Wishaw on Monday night.
RENFREW travel to Glasgow Perthshire tonight (Wednesday) as they bid to keep their promotion hopes on track.
A CONVINCING performance by Johnstone Burgh saw them leave Petershill Park last Saturday with all three points against promotion challengers Rossvale.
RENFREW progressed to the fourth round of the West of Scotland Cup as they battled past a stubborn Maryhill side on penalties, on Monday night.
RENFREW battled back from two goals down to earn a point against promotion rivals Yoker at Holm Park last Saturday.
RENFREW endured a night to forget as they crashed out of the Central League Cup on home turf against fellow-division side Thorniewood.
GEORGE Walker insisted things couldn't have worked out better for his side as Johnstone Burgh strengthened their promotion hopes.
PENALTIES ensured Renfrew made it into round four of the West of Scotland Cup on Monday, as they overcame Maryhill.
COLIN Clark admitted every point counts in the race for third spot as his side dropped two against Yoker last Saturday.
AFTER helping his side end a run of four straight defeats last weekend, Johnstone Burgh ace Conor Ramsay is hoping to celebrate promotion with two wins in the next six days.