Ayr GOLD CUP cancellation disappointing says William Hill PR member

  By Stuart Reid Horse racing PR member at William Hill, Rupert Adams, has branded the cancellation of last weekends Ayr gold cup as “disappointing”. “The Cancellation of the Ayr Gold Cup was extremely disappointing. However, in our game you expect that maybe 1 in 20 or 30 might have this fate. It was bad for us that in this case, that 1 was the … Continue reading Ayr GOLD CUP cancellation disappointing says William Hill PR member

Anderlecht Vs Celtic – Preview

  By Tom Mackinnon Celtic face Anderlecht tomorrow in what is already deemed to be a vital match for both sides. The importance of this Champions League group-stage match isn’t lost on RockSport radio’s Hamish Carton. “It’s not quite a must win yet, well it’s must win if we want qualification through to the round of 16 but I don’t think anyone is thinking along … Continue reading Anderlecht Vs Celtic – Preview

No evidence for Rugby contact ban says Ayr President

By Stuart Reid President of Ayr Rugby Club, Billy McHarg believes that there is no need for a ban on contact rugby and there are ways around the problems. Rugby is a sport known worldwide for its hard tackling and physical nature. It is something that is taught from a young age to help children enhance their skills in the game. That all may be … Continue reading No evidence for Rugby contact ban says Ayr President

Does Christmas come too early?

By Corinne Hall It may only be six days into December but the festive period has well and truly begun and everywhere you look there are lights decorating the outside of houses and Christmas songs being played in every store. For most of us Christmas is a magical time that we look forward to and one of the main parts of the festive period is the … Continue reading Does Christmas come too early?

Troon Health Walks want more people to come along and join

By RYAN McDOUGALL A health walking programme in Troon is struggling to gain new members and volunteers. The programme, called Stepping Out, run by Arthritis Care and Paths for All, aims to get people who are chronically ill to become more active. Programme manager Sharon MacPherson explained that despite starting the walks a few months ago, they are struggling to find support. She said: “The programme … Continue reading Troon Health Walks want more people to come along and join

Better late than never: a slow train from Paisley

By Hamish Carton YOU all know the feeling. You’ve woken up on a crisp Autumnal morning, showered, had a nutritious breakfast and are ready to make your way to work. You’re right on time, and nothing can go wrong. You turn up at the bus or train station to find out that your chosen method of transport has been delayed (or even worse, cancelled). A relaxed … Continue reading Better late than never: a slow train from Paisley

Bill proposed to criminalise ticket-buying through bots

By Matt Bryan Users of IT software to purchase mass amounts of concert tickets could face prison sentences if proposed laws are put in place. The Prime Minister, Theresa May, backed the idea which would clamp down on people turning huge profits by using software known as bots to buy tickets only to resell at inflated prices at the expense of fans. As evidence grows … Continue reading Bill proposed to criminalise ticket-buying through bots

Bairns Boss Wants Better

By Calum Fisher FALKIRK boss Peter Houston believes his side still have lessons to learn despite his sides 3-1 win over St Mirren on Saturday The Bairns came from a goal down to move in to third place in the Scottish Championship. However, manager Houston admitted he wasn’t happy with his player’s display prior to half time. He told uwsnewsroom: “We got there in the end … Continue reading Bairns Boss Wants Better