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AIRDRIE Muay Thai ace Mark Bryson clinched his third Scottish title after producing a fine display.Read
MONKLANDS continued their encouraging start to the season with victory at Stirling University.Read
DOUBLES from Andrew McGinley and Kevin Kane earned Monklands their first league victory.Read
MONKLANDS lost 2-0 at Greenock in their opening National League match of the season.Read
COLIN McADAMS bagged a brace but couldn’t prevent Monklands sliding to defeat at Hillhead.Read
DRUMPELLIER Cricket Club’s future is uncertain after they were relegated from the Premiership.Read
MONKLANDS suffered penalty-flicks heartbreak at the Festival of Hockey on Sunday at Ayr.Read
GRAEME McLAREN played a captain’s innings to lead Drumpellier to a priceless victory.Read
MONKLANDS Hockey Club will begin their National League Three campaign at Greenock.Read
INNES FERGUSON says his gold medal at the ICG is the biggest achievement of his career so far.Read
RAIN stopped play is becoming a familiar phrase when reflecting on Drumpellier’s matches.Read
EMMA CHRISTIE battled her way to bronze in the 200 metres backstroke final last Saturday – then admitted she had to beat a crippling bout of nerves just to make it poolside.Read
FIVE Monklands youngsters are going for gold at the International Children’s Games in Lanarkshire.Read
NEW ZEALAND international Michael Papps hit 84 not out as Ayr sank Drumpellier at Langloan.Read
DRUMPELLIER clinched their second league win of the season at Stirling County on Saturday.Read
IT'S fair to say that the weather has been anything but kind to Drumpellier this season.Read
TEENAGE sports stars from Monklands have been training at the home of Britain’s Olympic team.Read
DRUMPELLIER’S cricketers suffered a five-wicket defeat after their journey to face Arbroath.Read
DRUMPELLIER Cricket Club captain Graeme McLaren is hoping for the victory that will kick-start his side’s season.Read
GRAEME McLAREN has urged his side to hold their nerve as they gear up for a massive month.Read
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