Over 6,500 runners and innumerable spectators took to the streets of Stirling on Sunday for the first-ever Stirling Scottish Marathon.
The two current power houses of British University football faced off in a tense game that went down to the very last second.
It was a busy day of BUCS action, as five Stirling teams battled it out in finals.
This semi-final against for the Clansmen saw them face off against divisional rivals; the Derby Braves.
The Clansmen swatted aside the Bath Killer Bees 33-0 just a week after being crowned Northern Premier League champions.
Seniors day, the last regular season home match for the Clansmen, saw the team face off against Derby Braves. The first time the teams met this season Derby won 40-37 in a […]
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