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Annan boss Jim Chapman praised his “fantastic” players after they did the unthinkable at Ibrox.Read
Duns’ Mark Weatherburn got the
visitors off to a flier on Saturday at Raydale Park when he scored from a
free kick on the edge of the Gretna area.Read
Annan went some way to stopping the rot on Saturday with a hard earned point against Berwick Rangers.Read
THREAVE Rovers skipper Scott Wilby has signed on at the club for another year.Read
BOTH sides had early chances in this premier league match at Raydale on Saturday.Read
THE POTTS Cup first round match due to be played on Saturday at Maryfield between the two Rovers, Heston and Threave, was cancelled for the second week in succession with the weather again claiming the match.Read
ANNAN had to be content with a share of the points in a disappointing stalemate at Broadwood Stadium on Saturday.Read
Queens brought the curtain down on a
memorable season in division two at relegated Albion Rovers as star
striker Nicky Clark equalled an 81-year-old club scoring record.Read
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has admitted he would love to sign Queen of the South’s “fantastic” top scorer Nicky Clark.Read
Queen of the South boss Allan Johnston has been named as Scottish manager of the year.Read
Queens midfielder Paul Burns is glad he no longer turns out for struggling Dunfermline Athletic and is looking forward to at least one more season at Palmerston.Read
Derek Young is hoping his spell at Queens will see him get his hands on the silverware he has missed out on throughout his career.Read
Annan Athletic could not score the goal on Tuesday night that would have fired them straight back into play-off contention.Read
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