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Scott Brown Testimonial Match Celtic Park, Glasgow Sunday, May 20th, 2018 CELTIC…2 (Griffiths 41, Roberts 61) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND XI…2 (Browne 4, O’Dowda 58) SCOTT Brown’s status as a Celtic legend was further cemented on Sunday afternoon as supporters packed out Paradise to honour the Hoops captain in his testimonial match against a Republic of […]

Andy Murray remains on track to make his comeback from hip surgery at next month’s Libema Open, according to tournament director Marcel Hunze. The two-time Wimbledon champion’s recovery from the January operation is believed to have suffered a set-back. Hunze, who runs the event that takes place from 11-17 June in Den Bosch, expects Murray, […]

RANGERS finished runners up in the 2018 HKFC Soccer Sevens tournament in Hong Kong. The Development Squad team, which was mainly made up of Under 18s and Under 19s, was defeated by Newcastle United in the final on Sunday after extra-time. The game was goalless in normal time. In a cruel ending for Rangets the […]

Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament says the band are yet to commence work on their upcoming 11th studio record. The Seattle rockers premiered the politically-charged song ‘Can’t Deny Me’ in March and announced on their official website that it was the first taster of their new album. Now, in an interview US radio station 106.1 The […]

Scarlets will be without Scotland back-rower John Barclay for their Pro14 final against Leinster in Dublin next Saturday. The 31-year-old suffered ankle and Achilles injuries early in Friday’s semi-final win at Glasgow. It means the Edinburgh-bound player’s five-year career at Scarlets is over. Leinster beat Munster 16-15 in Saturday’s second semi-final to book their date […]

Lizzie Arnot scored five goals as Hibernian retained the Scottish Women’s Premier League Cup for the third straight year by thumping Celtic 9-0. Four goals in the first 30 minutes ended the final as a contest, but a ruthless Hibs plundered five more. Arnot, who recently returned to action after a year out with injury, […]

Scotland’s national amputee football team headed to Italy for its first official international away match on Saturday and despite a defeat the Scottish players described it as ” a huge learning experience “ The two sides met on Saturday in the village of Grezzana near Verona. Brian Murray, from Annan, had the honour of captaining […]

Celtic became the first Scottish side to win successive domestic Trebles after beating Motherwell in the Scottish Cup final at Hampden. Brendan Rodgers’ side took an early lead in Glasgow through Callum McGregor’s sweetly struck half-volley. Olivier Ntcham’s low shot doubled their advantage in a dominant first half. Well improved after the break with Curtis […]

Winners [ left ] Runners-up [ right ] 2000–01 Dalziel High School Former Pupils St Patrick’s 2001–02 Harestanes Dumbarton Academy 2002–03 Harestanes Newmilns Vesuvius 2003–04 Viewfield Rovers Norton House 2004–05 Drumchapel Gartcosh United 2005–06 St Patricks Former Pupils Falkirk Amateurs 2006–07 Drumchapel United Cupar Hearts 2007–08 Eddlewood Queens Park Hampden XI 2008–09 Queens Park Hurlford […]

Pro14: Glasgow Warriors v Scarlets Glasgow Warriors (3) 13 Tries: Gray, Grigg Pens: Russell Scarlets (21) 28 Tries: Patchell, Davies, Evans, Owens Cons: Patchell 4 Defending champions Scarlets of Wales reached next weekend’s Pro14 final in Dublin after outclassing Glasgow Warriors. The Welsh side took advantage of an error-strewn first half from Glasgow, with Rhys Patchell, Gareth Davies and Rob Evans […]