Stirlingshire


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Stirlingshire

or

Stirling,

former county, central Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Stirlingshire was divided between the new Central and Strathclyde regions. In the local government reorganization of 1996, the Central and Strathclyde regions were dissolved and the council area of Stirling was created in part from the portion of Stirlingshire that had been assigned to the Central region.

Stirlingshire

a former county of central Scotland: mostly became part of Central Region in 1975: now covered by the council areas of Stirling, Falkirk, and East Dunbartonshire
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Willie Nicol (Stirling) won the Stirlingshire County Association bowls singles and also landing silverware were Stirling golfer David Oates who won the club's strokeplay event and Stephen Brown who captured Bridge of Allan GC's championship.
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