Sport in Scotland is alive and well: from the Brigades of Highland and Islands and Grampian in the North, down through Tayside and Fife into Central Scotland then across to both Strathclyde in the West with Lothian and Borders in the East, finally dropping down to Dumfries and Galloway in the South there really is somewhere and something for everyone.(Scotland)

With the majestic grandeur of the hills and mountains providing sport for walkers, climbers, skiers and boarders alike to the forests and valleys with their powerful rivers, tumbling streams and shimmering yet dark and moody lochs lending aquatic licence to the anglers, sailors, divers and swimmers.

Those dear green places which give rise to the games of football and rugby, the manicured lawns of the bowlers and cricketers, not forgetting golf, with at least one course in every town and village.

Other disciplines exist which use the many mixed locations this land provides, disciplines such as:

Athletics: On track or field we cater for all.

Badminton: Like its counterpart squash, fast and furious, yet skilful.

Curling: The "Roaring Game" played on ice.

Cycling: If not road biking on tarmac, they're up and down rough terrain on those specialist machines.

Judo/Karate: For the exponents of the ancient arts.

Shooting: Sporting, skeet or trap whatever is your choice.

Strength/Endurance: For the strong of body and mind.

Table Tennis: Preferred by many of the older, more mature members.

Tennis: Both indoors and outdoors, remembering our Scottish weather. …

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