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former county, Scotland: see WigtownshireWigtownshire
or Wigtown,
former county, SW Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Wigtownshire became (1975) part of the new Dumfries and Galloway region (now a council area).
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Lochmaben play hosts to Heston Rovers in Lockerbie for another contest that could be every evenly matched, while St Cuthbert Wanderers will start as favourites to take the three points from their match against Wigtown and Bladnoch to be played at St Mary's Park.
Six cases - including the child - have been confirmed in the Wigtown and Whithorn area with three more in Canonbie and other parts of Annandale and Eskdale.
A victory for Creetown though could see the Ferrytoon side leapfrog Wigtown and Bladnoch who entertain Nithsdale Wanderers at Trammondford if the home side fail to take all three points.
It is because caring for the environment is not just something the pupils at Wigtown Primary talkabout.
Wigtown and Bladnoch had Heston Rovers as their visitors to Trammondford Park and after 15 minutes they took the lead through Thomas Garrett.
Wigtown Book Festival is the first in the country to participate."
"My weight loss was a team effort," said the deputy pre-school leader from Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway.
Results from Wednesday 27th March 2019 South of Scotland League Creetown 1 NithsdaleWanderers 5 Heston Rovers 2Threave Rovers 1 Challenge Cup Round 3 Stranraer 1 Bonnyton Thistle 3 Results from Saturday 30th Match 2019 South of Scotland League Lochar Thistle 1 v Abbey Vale 2 Mid Annandale 0 Stranraer 3 Nithsdale Wanderers 6 Dumfries YMCA 0 St CuthbertWanderers 3 Lochmaben 3 Upper Annandale 1 Creetown 1 Wigtown and Bladnoch 0Threave Rovers 0
Ties in order of distance are - Fraserburgh v St Cuthbert Wanderers (566 miles), Huntly v Girvan (500), Coldstream v Forres (424), Edinburgh Uni v Brora (422), Vale of Leithen v Keith (406), Lossiemouth v Whitehill Welfare (382), Gala v Sunnybank (322), Edinburgh City v Clach (314), Newton Stewart v Preston Ath (272), CS Strollers v Wigtown & Bladnoch (264), Golspie v Fort William (232), Hawick RA v Dalbeattie (150), Selkirk v Bo'ness (132), Beith v Linlithgow (110), Glasgow Uni v Burntisland (108), Deveronvale v Inverurie (66), Rothes v Nairn Co (64).
Fixture for Friday April 5 Kick-off at 7.30pm South of Scotland League Annan Athletic v St Cuthbert Wanderers Fixtures for Saturday April 6 All kick offs at 3pm (otherwise stated) South of Scotland League AbbeyVale v Mid Annandale 2pm BonnytonThistle v Heston Rovers Dumfries YMCA v Wigtown and Bladnoch Lochmaben v Creetown Newton Stewart v Stranraer South Challenge Cup Round 3 Upper Annandale v Edusport Academy Haig Gordon Cup Round 2 Nithsdale Wanderers v Lochar Thistle Fixtures for Wednesday April 10 All kick offs at 7.30pm South of Scotland League Heston Rovers v BonnytonThistle LocharThistle v Upper Annandale Stranraer v Mid Annandale Threave Rovers v NithsdaleWanderers Haig Gordon Cup Round 3 Edusport Academy v AbbeyVale
DRAW: Deveronvale or Inverurie v Dalbeattie Star, Forres v East Stirling, Newton Stewart or Preston Ath v Annan, Clyde v Berwick, Wigtown & Bladnoch v Buckie, Beith v Glasgow Uni, Rothes or Nairn v Cove, Keith v Spartans.
Joseph Cairns from Wigtown wins the Killie kit while Jamie Hill from Falkirk can console himself with the new Bairns outfit