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ALLOA manager Paul Hartley has spoke of his delight at the appointment of Graeme Liveston and is certain they can work together to find the wasps stars of the future.
ALLOA Golf Club held their annual celebrity golf tournament last week to raise funds for the children's charity CHAS.
ALLOA manager Paul Hartley is keen to add three or four new faces to his squad before his side return for preseason on 26 June but he insists he will not just sign any player and that they have to be the right fit for the club.
ALLOA'S Alan Oliver struck gold at the English 4 Nations Para-Badminton Championships last weekend at the sports centre of Nottingham University.
HARVIESTOUN Trout Fishery held their first fly fishing competition of the season.
SAUCHIE Juniors clinched the ACA Sports East Premier Division title to secure back to back league wins as they beat Arniston Rangers 4-1 on Monday night.
ALLOA judoka star Kieran Gehlan feels that he can do better despite leaving the Sainsbury's School Games with a bronze medal last week.
THIRD Division Champions Alloa have made a double swoop to bring in two new players and strengthen their first team squad and there is more to follow, according to their chairman.
ALLOA Athletic chairman Mike Mulraney has described the SFA's new Club Academy Scotland programme as "shambolic" after the 30 SFL teams were left in the dark over next season's youth budget.
A RISING star of Spanish football - who has already rubbed shoulders with Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos - is dreaming of turning out for Scotland at a World Cup.
THE Stirling County Girls won the National U18s Rugby 7s Cup at the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s, Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow, last Sunday.
TULLIBODY'S very own James Richmond insists Great Britain's seven-a-side football team is closing the gap on the world's best in time to challenge the big boys at the London 2012 Paralympics.
THE Wee County Vaulters celebrated international success when three of their riders gained first place podiums at the recent The Dutch International Equestrian vaulting competition.
MENSTRIE bowler Steven Allan has been crowned WIBC World Indoor Senior Singles champion.
KERR Edmiston the 1314 ABC's middle weight prospect continued his impressive winning run on Friday with a convincing victory against Arbroath ABC's Matthew Milne.
ALLOA boss Paul Hartley is on the lookout for a new striker after admitting that star striker Stevie May is likely to return to parent club St Johnstone in the summer.
STEVIE FARRELL insists his Cumnock Juniors troops will enter tonight's (Wednesday) derby clash at Beechwood Park with no fear.