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Community | 21st October 2022
 

Business as usual for Langholm

 
 
 

League leaders in the crosshairs after clinical win

HAWICK LINDEN 6 LANGHOLM 27

By Kenneth Pool

After an enforced week off, due to a lack of a referee, Langholm were thankfully back in action on Saturday.

It was only a short journey up the road to Volunteer Park in Hawick, but it was a match of significance for both teams: Langholm were looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the season, while Linden were in search of their first win.

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