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Rangers caretaker Graeme Murty explains bizarre headstand

Rangers
Ian Cathro and Neil Lennon, right, will see their sides battle it out again at Easter Road tonight. Picture: SNS

Hibs v Hearts: Who needs a win more - Neil Lennon or Ian Cathro?

Scottish Cup
Kieran Tierney returned to the Celtic starting XI earlier this year after an absence through injury. Picture: SNS

Kieran Tierney reminded of joys of being a Celtic fan

Celtic
Hibernian's Lewis Stevenson gets the cross in under pressure from Hearts' Don Cowie (left) during the 0-0 draw at Tynecastle. Picture: SNS

Hibs v Hearts: The likely Edinburgh derby starting XIs

Scottish Cup

Rumour Mill: Llambias questions King investment | Dembele at Celtic for four years | Hibs ‘don’t play football’

Premiership

Wales announce team to play Scotland in Six Nations

Six Nations

Hearts’ Arnaud Djoum eyes summer move to ‘better club’

Hearts

SPFL Premiership relegation dogfight is where real drama is

Premiership
Jonny and Richie Gray square up to the French forwards during Scotland's defeat in Paris. Picture: SNS

Richie Gray backs brother Jonny for Scotland captaincy

Scotland

Kevin Thomson: Neil Lennon knew what he was doing with rant

Kieran Tierney returned to the Celtic starting XI earlier this year after an absence through injury. Picture: SNS

Kieran Tierney reminded of joys of being a Celtic fan

Celtic
Rangers interim manager Graeme Murty cuts a frustrated, upside down figure.

Rangers caretaker Graeme Murty explains bizarre headstand

Rangers 2
Hamilton and Partick Thistle are among the seven clubs in danger of relegation. Picture: SNS

SPFL Premiership relegation dogfight is where real drama is

Premiership 1
Irvine Welsh arriving at the world premiere of Trainspotting 2 at Cineworld in Edinburgh. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Irvine Welsh drops hint about Trainspotting 3

News 4
Ian Cathro and Neil Lennon, right, will see their sides battle it out again at Easter Road tonight. Picture: SNS

Hibs v Hearts: Who needs a win more - Neil Lennon or Ian Cathro?

Scottish Cup 8
Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty taking training ahead of Sunday's trip to Inverness CT. Picture: SNS

Graeme Murty has no plans to apply for Rangers job

Rangers 5

Rumour Mill: Llambias questions King investment | Dembele at Celtic for four years | Hibs ‘don’t play football’

Premiership 153

Hearts’ Don Cowie urges Hibs to play more football in replay

Hearts 11

Kevin Thomson: Neil Lennon knew what he was doing with rant

Hibernian 2

Neil Lennon: I’ve still got the rage inside, says Hibs boss

Hibernian 7
Jonny and Richie Gray square up to the French forwards during Scotland's defeat in Paris. Picture: SNS

Richie Gray backs brother Jonny for Scotland captaincy

Scotland 4

How the Hastings brothers rose to the pinnacle of Scots rugby

News
Jim Taylor, the Hearts and Balls ambassador, with rugby players from Glasgow Warriors and GHK rugby club.  Picture: Martin Shields/Contributed

Injured Scottish rugby players to get Kiltwalk cash boost

News

Scotland’s Alex Dunbar ready for a physical Six Nations battle

Six Nations

We have to be positive... we can’t dwell on who’s injured

Six Nations 3

Wales duo Taulupe Faletau and Ross Moriarty fight face Scots

Rugby union 2
Andy Murray. Picture: John Devlin / TSPL

Proud mum Judy shares picture of Andy Murray after first ATP win

Andy Murray

How Andy Murray triumphed against the odds

News 1
TALLINN, ESTONIA - FEBRUARY 10:  Laura Robson (L) and Jocelyn Rae of Great Britain talk during the Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group 1, Pool C doubles match against Ayla Aksu and Pemra Ozgen of Turkey at the Tallink Tennis Centre on February 10, 2017 in Tallinn, Estonia.  (Photo by Getty Images for LTA)

Jocelyn Rae & Team GB face Simon Halep’s Romania in Fed Cup

Tennis
Johanna Konta, pictured, and Heather Watson fought hard for win

Johanna Konta and Heather Watson maintain Fed Cup bid

Tennis 1
Andy Murray will take on Roger Federer in Glasgow later this year. Picture: John Walton/PA Wire

Andy Murray tells Roger Federer: avoid deep-fried Mars bars

Tennis
Scotland's Jocelyn Rae teamed up with Laura Robson to win the final doubles rubber for GB in their Fed Cup clash with Portugal. Picture: Getty Images for LTA

Jocelyn Rae helps GB seal clean sweep in Fed Cup opener

Tennis
Ryan Harrower, City of Edinburghs racquets development officer, demonstrates a technique.

Tennis Scotland adds six more schools to national project

Tennis

Denis Shapovalov apologises for his Davis Cup aberration

Tennis

Denis Shapovalov apologises for hitting umpire in eye with ball

Tennis 1

Dom Inglot and Jamie Murray win vital Davis Cup doubles tie

Tennis

Make or break doubles rubber for GB in Davis Cup

Tennis
Francesco Molinari of Italy waves to the crowd at the Open d'Italia. The R&A wants to make the Open and Women's Open more fan-friendly.  Picture: Andrew Redington/Getty Images

R&A wants to broaden golf’s appeal to all sports fans

Golf
Kirkhill's Craig Ross was three down to fellow Scot Liam Johnston at Humewood Golf Club

8am Round-Up: Craig Ross concedes SA Amateur tie

Golf
Jason Day ponders a putt during the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at Spyglass Hill in Pebble Beach, California.  Picture: Jeff Gross/Getty Images

‘Ready golf’ to be used by R&A in the Amateur Championship

Golf
R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers says he is considering offering the Open Championship prize money in dollars rather than pounds. Picture: R&A

R&A chief: Open prize fund may be in dollars due to Brexit

Golf

Rory McIlroy praises President Donald Trump’s game

Golf

8am Round-Up: Jose Maria Olazabal accepts R&A membership

Golf 1

Open green light if Muirfield votes ‘Yes’

Golf 5

Donald Trump has put R&A in ‘uncharted territory’

Politics 9
Sahara Force India drivers Sergio Perez, right, and Esteban Ocon unveil their new VJM10 car at Silverstone. Picture: Mark Thompson/Getty Images

Lewis Hamilton slams ‘outdated’ F1 and fears less overtaking

Motorsport
Jockey Noel Fehily may get the ride on Buveur D'Air at the Cheltenham Festival. Picture: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Noel Fehily in line for Festival reunion with Buveur D’Air

Horse Racing
Melanie Smith, of Inverness College UHI, with Graham Mackenzie, Scott Mackenzie and junior casters Fraser Shanks, Jordan Grant and  Fraser Munro. Picture: Contributed

Salmon Fest to celebrate 100 years of Inverness Angling Club

News
Colin Murray prepares for Etape Loch Ness charity cycle. Picture: Contributed

Grandad with cancer to do 66-mile Loch Ness charity cycle

News
Thistlecrack was favourite for the Cheltenham Gold Cup but has become the latest absentee from the Festival.

Cheltenham: Thistlecrack ruled out of the Gold Cup

Horse Racing
Scotland's Laura Muir in action at the Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix. Picture: David Davies/PA Wire.

Laura Muir will be a top medal hope for GB in Belgrade

Athletics

Leader comment: Trump provides another hard lesson for the R&A

Opinion 2
Hamilton and Partick Thistle are among the seven clubs in danger of relegation. Picture: SNS

SPFL Premiership relegation dogfight is where real drama is

Premiership 1
Ian Cathro and Neil Lennon, right, will see their sides battle it out again at Easter Road tonight. Picture: SNS

Hibs v Hearts: Who needs a win more - Neil Lennon or Ian Cathro?

Scottish Cup 8