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Spartans are aiming to complete a clean sweep of local competitions.
Newtongrange STAR are in serious trouble at the foot of the East Juniors Super League and rapidly running out of games.
Edinburgh CITY make the short journey across the Capital to Tynecastle Stadium on Sunday, determined to end Spartans' domination of East of Scotland League football this season when they meet in the final of the prestigious SFA South Region Challenge Cup.
Preston ATHLETIC meet Selkirk tonight at the Pennypit (kick-off 7:30pm) in a relegation battle which could well condemn the losers to next season's Central Taxis First Division.
A GOAL in each half from Spartans' Omar Kader helped secure the Ainslie Park outfit their third successive victory in the SFA South Region Challenge Cup when they defeated Capital rivals Edinburgh City 3-0.
Berwick RANGERS retained the East of Scotland (City) Cup with a 2-1 victory over Spartans at Shielfield Park thanks to second-half goals from former Hibs players Damon Gray and Lee Currie.
Spartans travel across the English Border tonight to meet SFL Third Division side Berwick Rangers in the final of the East of Scotland (City) Cup at Shielfield Park, kick-off 7.30pm.
Spartans, fresh from being crowned Central Taxis Premier Division champions after their midweek victory over Whitehill Welfare, are in King Cup semi-final action tomorrow when they host Edinburgh University at Ainslie Park.
Spartans were crowned Central Taxis Premier Division champions last night after beating main challengers Whitehill Welfare 1-0 at Ferguson Park.
Spartans travel to meet arch-rivals Whitehill Welfare at Ferguson Park tonight, kick-off 6.30pm, determined to clinch the three points which will see them win the Central Taxis Premier Division title for the third consecutive season.
GAVIN MARSHALL was the hero for Fernieside as his hat-trick rescued them from the jaws of defeat against Spartans in their Lothian and Edinburgh Amateur FA Cairns Cup quarter-final.
newly-crowned Central Taxis East of Scotland Premier Division champions Spartans came from behind to clinch their place in the King Cup final.
Spartans kept their cool to prevail in a penalty shoot-out against North Merchiston and win the South East Region under-13 AC Taxis Cup Final at Saughton Enclosure.
SPARTANS will have to wait a while longer to seal their third successive Central Taxis Premier Division championship after Whitehill became the first East of Scotland League side to beat them in a year and a half last night.
Spartans can lift the Central Taxis Premier Division trophy for the third consecutive season with a win against arch-rivals Whitehill Welfare at Ainslie Park tonight, kick-off 7.30pm.
Spartans co-manager Mikey Lawson was delighted by his team's performance after coming from behind to lift the Image Printers Cup after extra time in a game that saw one of the most bizarre goals of the season.
Scott Wallace scored a sensational stoppage-time equaliser with the last kick of the game to earn Lothian Thistle a deserved 1-1 draw against Central Taxis Premier Division leaders Spartans at Saughton Enclosure last night.
Whitehill WELFARE make the short journey to Ainslie Park tonight, kick-off 7.30pm, knowing that nothing less than a win against league leaders Spartans will keep them in the frame for this season's Central Taxis Premier Division title.