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Rangers 0 - 0 Hearts: Jon Daly’s battlers frustrate Gers

Rangers
Hamilton's Louis Longbridge races through to make it 2-0. Picture: SNS/Paul Devlin

Hibs 1 - 3 Hamilton: Accies haunt Hibs again

Premiership
Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha remains upbeat despite dropped points. Picture: SNS/Rob Casey

Pedro Caixinha: Rangers are progressing despite dropped points

Premiership
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers was full of praise for Kilmarnock's Lee McCulloch. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers praises ‘outstanding’ Lee McCulloch

Premiership

Aberdeen 2 - 1 Dundee: Stevie May magic leads Dons to win

Premiership

Kilmarnock 0 - 2 Celtic: Changed Celtic coast to victory

Premiership

Rumour Mill: Patrick Roberts | O’Connor laments Arsenal bid | Aberdeen fined

News

Interview: Scott Allan on why everybody hates him...

Premiership
After much speculation over his future, Stuart Armstrong has finally signed an extension to his Celtic contract. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Celtic eye three arrivals as they step up transfer activity

Premiership

Five things we learned from Kilmarnock 0 - 2 Celtic

Darren Smith opened the scoring for Stirling Albion

League Two round-up: Stirling Albion keep 100 per cent record

League Two
He does it his way: Brendan Rodgers says hell set his own standards and let the other Scottish clubs take care of themselves. Photograph: Craig Foy/SNS

Brendan Rodgers’ priorities are clear for Celtic

Football
England had a No.1 hit with Back Home in 1970, and they soon were, though not as soon as Scotland in 1978. Photograph: Getty Images

‘A daft football team hiding daft dreams under daft perms’

Football
Kieran Tierney, right, competes with Astana's Patrick Twumasi

Kieran Tierney has an old head on young shoulders

Celtic
Celtic's Anthony Ralston at full-time get rave reviews. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Leigh McCulloch and Bredan Rodgers both hail Anthony Ralston

Premiership
Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha looks anxious during the game against Hearts. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

One point out of six? It’s not a concern, says Rangers boss

Premiership 1
In 1972 Celtic goalkeeper Evan Williams dives to keep the ball from Pat Stanton of Hibs at Parkhead

Has football become too dangerous for our children?

Football 2

Pedro Caixinha: Rangers are progressing despite dropped points

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Inverness CT 1 -1 Morton: ICT get off the mark

Championship

Dunfermline Athletic 3 - 1 Falkirk: Cardle hits brace

Championship
The chances of Blair Kinghorn challenging Finn Russell, right, for the No.10 jersey have been hampered by Edinburgh playing him at 15. Photographs: SNS

Gregor Townsend must focus on Scotland’s stength in depth

Rugby union
Hawick's Bruce McNeil scored the winning try. Picture: Graham Stuart

Hawick 27 - 21 Gala: Greens hold on for victory

Gala
Adam Hastings converts George Hornes try. Photograph: Gary Hutchison

Glasgow Warriors 14 - 19 Northampton: Hastings shows promise

Rugby union
Rieko Iaone carves through the despairing Wallabies defence to notch one of two tries as the All Blacks hammered Australia in Sydney. Photograph: Mark Kolbe

Australia 34 - 54 New Zealand: All Blacks blitz Wallabies

Rugby union

Big names missing but Scotland squad encourages optimism

Scotland 2

Edinburgh 20 - 24 Sale: Encouraging loss for Cockerill

Rugby union 3

Al Kellock confident Richard Cockerill is right for Edinburgh Rugby

Rugby union
Andy Murray is set to return from injury. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Andy Murray heads to New York but US Open appearance still in doubt

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Maria Sharapova, of Russia, in action at the US Open at Flushing Meadows in 2014. Picture: AP.

Maria Sharapova receives wildcard entry for US Open

Tennis
Judy Murray PIC: Neil Hanna

Book review: Knowing The Score, by Judy Murray

Books
Andy Murray remains World No.1. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray keeps World No.1 spot after Rafael Nadal defeat

Tennis
World No 1 Andy Murray will miss next week's ATP Masters Series event in Cincinnati with a nagging hip injury. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Injured Andy Murray out of Western & Southern Open

Tennis
Andy Murray has not recovered from a hip injury. Picture: John Devlin

Injured Andy Murray withdraws from Rogers Cup in Montreal

Andy Murray
Latvia's Jelena Ostapenko with the French Open trophy. Picture: Getty Images)

Wimbledon women’s draw is wide open

Tennis

Novak Djokovic to miss rest of season with elbow injury

Tennis

Jamie Murray trolls brother Andy in hilarious video

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Contrasting US Open outlooks for Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray

Tennis

Judy Murray: Prize money in doubles not good enough

Tennis

Europe need miracle to come out on top in Solheim Cup

Golf
Scotlands Catriona Matthew lines up a putt with her caddie Mike Patterson yesterday. Photograph: Getty Images

Catriona Matthew playing a blinder at the Solheim Cup

Golf
Marcel Siem of Germany celebrates chipping in on the 9th green during day three of the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay in Passau, Germany. Picture: Getty Images

Germany’s Marcel Siem sets sights on a home win

Golf
Danielle Kang celebrates after holing a putt as she helped the Americans to an afternoon clean sweep in the 15th Solheim Cup in Des Moines. Picture: Getty Images

Europe trail after first Solheim Cup session whitewash in Iowa

Golf

Rory McIlroy to battle on with injury

Golf

Inspirational cATRIONA Matthew gets off to winning start

Golf

Catriona Matthew plays in opening Solheim Cup session

Golf

Jane Turner triumphs on LET Access Series in play-off

Golf
Anna De Keersmaeker, 

choreographer.

Kelly Apter: Imitation can be the sincerest form of plagiarism

Culture
Carlton skipper Ali Evans, pictured bowling,  believes his teams tough run to the final will help them when they face Watsonians. Photograph: Toby Williams/TSPL

Carlton and Watsonians aim to make history

Cricket
Elise Christie revealed it took her two years to recover from Russia. Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Elise Christie puts Sochi behind her as she targets Korea

Olympics
Speed skater Elise Christie in action. Picture: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty

Korea death threats sent Elise Christie to psychologist

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England's Alastair Cook celebrates his double century during day two of the First Investec Test at Edgbaston. Picture: Nick Potts/PA

Not a chance as Alastair Cook delivers runs for England

Cricket

Joe Root and Alastair Cook shine as England take control

Cricket

England aim to be in the pink for day-night Test

Cricket

Poster girl Kirsty Gilmour relishes home world championships

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England had a No.1 hit with Back Home in 1970, and they soon were, though not as soon as Scotland in 1978. Photograph: Getty Images

‘A daft football team hiding daft dreams under daft perms’

Football
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend omitted the likes of Matt Scott, Ruaridh Jackson, Josh Strauss and Duncan Weir from his training squad. Picture: SNS

Big names missing but Scotland squad encourages optimism

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