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Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Dou­glas Dickie

En­tries have con­tin­ued to flood in to the Brian Logue Me­mo­rial Com­pe­ti­tion as the con­test reaches its con­clu­sion.

To­day (Wed­nes­day, De­cem­ber 9) is the clos­ing date for the com­pe­ti­tion.

But don’t worry if you haven’t seen your pic­ture yet. We’ll pub­lish any last minute en­tries in next week’s pa­per be­fore an­nounc­ing the win­ners the week af­ter.

The com­pe­ti­tion hon­ours Re­former pho­tog­ra­pher, Brian Logue, who sadly passed away on Box­ing Day, 2013 af­ter a short ill­ness.

Brian was a much loved col­league and was a fa­mil­iar face across the Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang area dur­ing his time with the pa­per.

He first worked for the Re­former in the 1970’s be­fore re­turn­ing in 2007.

His fam­ily have very kindly agreed once again to judge the com­pe­ti­tion.

The win­ner will re­ceive £75 cour­tesy of Me­dia Scot­land as well as the mag­nif­i­cent Brian Logue Me­mo­rial tro­phy.

Me­dia Scot­land have also kindly put up £50 for sec­ond place and £25 for third place while Tesco Burn­side have £25 vouch­ers for two other lucky en­trants.

The com­pe­ti­tion has been open to any­one of school age in Ruther­glen, Cam­bus­lang, To­ry­glen, Croft­foot, King’s Park or Castlemilk, or any­one who at­tends school in the area.

Among the en­tries we’re fea­tur­ing this week is one from seven-year-old Bri­anie Kane of St Bride’s Pri­mary who snapped a Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tion they

Dog tired This snap of a beloved pet ea­ger to go on the fam­ily hol­i­day came in from Devon O’Kane, a pri­mary six pupil at Spit­tal Pri­mary school

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