Lenzie tennis player Maia Lumsden has rounded off her year in style by helping Team GB lift the world’s leading university team event. The 19-year-old played a crucial role in helping Britain beat the United States 4-2 in the final of the BNP Paribas Master’U championship in Lille. The Americans were going for their seventh consecutive title straight.
Rossvale ensured they will top the Central First Division table at Christmas after a hard-fought win over Greenock on Saturday. The game was originally scheduled to take place at Greenock but, after an early-morning call-off and with both sides desperate for a game, was switched to New Huntershill. After a dull first half a double save by Greenock keeper Ryan McWilliams kept out efforts from Kirk Forbes and Greg Fernie. But on the hour Greenock broke the deadlock.
Cumbernauld Colts returned to form with a resounding victory which moved them back up to fourth in the Lowland League table. Colts went onto Saturday’s match with bottom-of-the-table Hawick determined to make amends for a poor result against Edusport Academy in their previous outing. And it wasn’t long before they showed their intent, Stephen O’Neill shoot low into the net from a Craig Murray cutback to score the opening goal after eight minutes.
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