Edinburgh Morning News

West Lothian’s capture of the coveted Andrew Hamilton Trophy was handsome reward for a strong and spirited team performance that earned the East section runners up a 17 shot victory ( 134-117) over Bon Accord in the final of the Cities & Counties Championship played at Ayr Northfield.

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Edinburgh Weekly News 21/7

High profile Lothian stars Billy Mellors of Haddington and Gary Smith of Linlithgow are among the frontline contenders challenging to capture the Holy Grail gents Singles Crown in next weeks National Championships showcase at Ayr Northfield.

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Edinburgh Weekly News 14/7

East section champions Edinburgh and Leith are primed to do battle with Bon Accord at Bellahouston, Glasgow, in today’s semi finals of the Cities & Counties Championship while West Lothian are also in the title chasing mix and face Highland at Kirriemuir.

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Edinburgh Weekly News 7/7

Edinburgh & Leith have a strong chance to raise the expectations of keeping the coveted Hamilton Trophy in sharp focus as they enter today’s Cities and Counties Championship quarterfinal against Glasgow West at Duffus Park in Fife as favourites to reach the semis.

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Edinburgh Weekly News 30/6

Budding teenage star Craig Mackintosh of London Road Foundry produced two big efforts in his bid to bring the Under 18 Singles Crown of The British Isles Championships back to Edinburgh and was heading for title glory at 14-9 up in the final; but faded on the run in to lose 21-16 to a strong finishing Jack Moffett of Ireland. Mackintosh had paraded his skills to great effect in his semi final where a whirlwind start to lead Dylan Hookings of Wales 16-5 inspired him to cross the line a 21-15 winner in 22-ends.

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Edinburgh News Flash 27/6

Massive congratulations to Gifford’s world stage icon figure Alex ‘Tattie’ Marshall MBE on winning the Australian Open Men’s Fours title for a second consecutive year this time alongside Scotland teammate Ryan Burnett, Australian internationalist Nathan Rice and well known Irishman Jeremy Henry.  The four international stars put on a tremendous display, showing why they were one of the strong favourites to claim the $10,000 first prize.