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TIME MACHINE: THIS WEEK IN 1992.

Byline: KEVIN CLELLAND

Monday, March 16

RANGERS beat Dunfermline 3-1 at East End Park to maintain their seven-point advantage over Hearts at the top of the Premier League. Dundee remain top of the First Division despite their 1-1 draw at Hamilton.

Melrose are crowned kings of Scottish rugby after beating GHK 27-16 to secure the league title.

Tuesday, March 17

DUNDEE UNITED midfielder Dave Bowman is the surprise inclusion in Andy Roxburgh's Scotland squad for next week's friendly against Finland.

Morton offer Nottingham Forest pounds 200,000 to bring midfielder Alan Mahood back to Cappielow.

Wednesday, March 18

AN ANDY CARGILL strike and an own goal hand Scotland Under-16s a 2-1 victory against Bulgaria at Firhill to qualify for the European Youth Championships in Cyprus.

Scottish squash star Mark MacLean beats British junior champion Paul Johnson 15-10 15-9 15-10 to reach the next round of the German Open.

Thursday, March 19 CROY southpaw Pat Clinton wins a split points decision to defeat Mexican Isidro 'Sid' Perez to claim the WBO world flyweight title at the Kelvin Hall.

New Aberdeen boss Willie Miller gets off to a winning start after goals from Theo Ten Caat and Paul Mason secure a 2-0 victory over Hearts.

Friday, March 20

ST MIRREN bad boy Chic Charnley joins English Third Division outfit Bolton on loan until the end of the season after being told by Buddies boss Davie Hay that he has no future at Love Street.

Scotland's bowlers retain the Home International indoor title at Newton Abbot with a 128-117 defeat of England.

On the front pages ..

THE Duke and Duchess of York separate after five years of marriage. POP STAR Michael Jackson announces plans to play an open-air concert in front of 60,000 fans at Glasgow Green in August.

PRESIDENT F W DE KLERK wins his referendum to end apartheid in South Africa.

On the telly ..

BAYWATCH, Big Break, Noel's House Party, That's Life, Dangermouse, LA Law, Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers, Northern Exposure.

In the charts ..

NO.1 - Stay (Shakespear's Sister). Others - America: What Time Is Love (KLF), Deeply Dippy (Right Said Fred), Come As You Are (Nirvana), One (U2).

At the movies ..

HOUSE PARTY 2, Bugsy, Highlander II, JFK, Cape Fear (best line: 'Mmm mmm, hot as a fire cracker on the fourth of July.')

Prices ..

A TICKET to Scottish Cup semi-final clash between Celtic and Rangers - pounds 6.

J-reg Ford Orion 1.4L - pounds 9,995. Homewheat digestives - 79p.
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Date:Mar 16, 2005
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