Stranraer


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Stranraer

(strænˈrɑː)
n
(Placename) a market town in SW Scotland, in W Dumfries and Galloway: fishing port with a ferry service to Northern Ireland. Pop: 10 851 (2001)
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Stranraer is playing host to rowers from 57 different clubs around the world in the sheltered waters of Loch Ryan this week.
And Campbell said: "You could say calling the game off while others went ahead has given Stranraer a greater need to win.
Stranraer and Annan Athletic contested the final of this season's Dumfries RotaryYouth Football Cup at Palmerston Park, Dumfries.
Brian Reid hailed Chris Aitken for the spot-kick winner that saw Stranraer go two points above Cowdenbeath.
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Stranraer v Forfar The Loons were up at the crack of dawn this morning for the longest trip of their campaign - and there was plenty of space on the team bus.
The crash happened just outside Stranraer, in Dumfries and Galloway, shortly before 2pm yesterday.
ANDRIUS VELICKA grabbed a stunning hat-trick as Hearts began their defence of the Scottish cup with a professional demolition of lowly Stranraer.
Stranraer reacted slowly and Alan Moore nipped in to head home.
But while he laughed off that incident against Ayr in 2014 he insists the windy conditions that forced Saturday's clash with Stranraer to be abandoned after 13 minutes were much worse.
Having lost out to Abbey Vale midweek in the final of the Potts Cup, Threave Rovers failed to win the silverware in the shape of the Tweedie Cup when they were beaten by Stranraer on Friday evening at Meadow Park.