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Rangers 1 - 5 Celtic: Dominant Celtic thump rivals for second time

Premiership
Anthony Joshua celebrates victory over Wladimir Klitschko.  Picture: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

Britain’s Anthony Joshua is heavyweight champion of the world

Boxing
John McGinn hasnt looked back since his agent and family persuaded him to join Hibs after a move to MLS side Houston Dynamo fell through. Photograph: Paul Devlin/SNS

Move to Hibs proves the making of John McGinn

Hibernian
Partick Thistle's Callum Booth and Hearts' Don Cowie  in action. Pic: SNS/Alan Rennie

Hearts 2 - 2 Partick Thistle: Hearts struggle to point against ten men

Premiership

Ayr United 0 - 4 Hibs: Champions leave Ayr on cusp of relegation

Championship

Rangers speak out after pitch invasion and monkey gestures

Celtic
Celtic's players celebrate at full time. Pic: SNS/Craig Williamson

Rangers 1 - 5 Celtic: How the Celtic players rated

Celtic

Aidan Smith: Nastase’s not funny any more, just a bit sad

Aidan Smith
Football gossip this morning is dominated by Celtic and Rangers following yesterday's Old Firm match. Picture: Michael Steele/Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Gers’ racism shame | Griffiths: It should’ve been 8 | Female boss at Hibs?

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The alleged new home jersey is a homage to the 1967 European Cup winning squad. Picture: Footyheadlines.com

Could this be Celtic’s new 2017/18 home kit?

News 6
Joey Barton at Ibrox during his abortive spell with Rangers last year. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS Group

Dani Garavelli: Football lost in moral maze over Barton

Opinion 5
Leigh Griffiths fires a devastating, left-footed shot into the net to make it 2-0. Photograph: Mark Runnacles/Getty

‘We took our foot off the gas’ says Celtic’s Leigh Griffiths

Premiership 41
'Betting on football is a no-no for players but 
Joey Bartons 18-month ban is way over the top'. Picture: PA

Kevin Thomson: Gambling can become a horrible addiction

Hibernian

League Two round-up: Arbroath leapfrog Forfar

League Two

Dundee United 2 - 2 Dumbarton: Sons all but secure status

Championship

Falkirk 2 - 2 Queen of the South: Peter Houston is unhappy

Championship
George North is among players who hit the headlines over the issue of HIAs. Picture: Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Rugby’s head injury assessment protocol still contentious

Rugby union 1
The victorious Hawick team celebrate their comeback from 20-6 down to win by three points, keeping them in the top tier of Scottish rugby. Photograph: Ian Rutherford

Edinburgh Accies 20 - 23 Hawick: Green shoots of recovery

Club Rugby 12
England's Jonny Wilkinson was a master exponent of the drop goal. Picture: Adam Butler/AP

Allan Massie: Why the reluctance to go for drop goals?

Rugby union 3
Ilie Nastase, fur coat over his arm, arrives at Turnhouse Airport in 1975 where an air hostess asks him for his autograph. Picture: Jack Crombie

Aidan Smith: Nastase’s not funny any more, just a bit sad

Tennis 1
France's Kristina Mladenovic reacts afterdefeating Maria Sharapova. Picture: Getty Images

Maria Sharapova’s hopes of winning return are dashed

Tennis
World No.1 Andy Murrays Barcelona Open campaign comes to an end at the semi-final stage. Photograph: Manu Fernandez/AP

Andy Murray loses out as Austrian lands a British hat-trick

Tennis
Andy Murray plays a forehand during his hard-fought quarter-final win over Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain. Picture: David Ramos/Getty Images

Andy Murray battles into Barcelona Open semi-finals

Tennis
Ilie Nastase posted a message on Facebook. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Ilie Nastase attempts apology but criticises Jo Konta again

Tennis
Andy Murray returns the ball during his third-round win over Feliciano Lopez of Spain at the Barcelona Open. Picture: AP Photo/Manu Fernandez

Andy Murray reaches quarter-finals at Barcelona Open

Tennis

Eugenie Bouchard calls Maria Sharapova ‘a cheater’

Tennis 2

Maria Sharapova makes winning return after doping ban

Tennis

Andy Murray through in Barcelona as Bernard Tomic pulls out

Tennis 1

Maria Sharapova wild card for Porsche Grand Prix causes furore

Tennis
Scots in the frame: from left, Carly Booth, Kelsey Macdonald and Pamela Pretswell are among those hoping to make their mark before 2019. Photographs: Getty Images

Fairway to go for Scotland’s women golfers

Golf
Dylan Frittelli of South Africa at the Volvo China Open. Picture: Getty Images

Dylan Frittelli in the driving seat at Volvo China Open

Golf
Spains Pablo Larrazabal lines up a putt during the second round of the Volvo China Open in Beijing. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Euro boost for Scots duo Grant Forrest and Ewen Ferguson

Golf
Kieth Reilly from Silverknowes and Paul Cunningham from Carrickvale play in last season's Dispatch. Pic: TSPL

Flurry of clubs sign up as Dispatch Trophy deadline extended

Golf 1

8am Round-Up: Dylan Frittelli storms into lead in China

Golf

Neil Fenwick and John Henry aim for EuroPro title battle

Golf

History in making at this year’s Dispatch Trophy

Golf

8am Round-Up: Lexi Thompson ‘did not mean’ to mismark her ball

Golf
Anthony Joshua celebrates victory over Wladimir Klitschko.  Picture: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

Britain’s Anthony Joshua is heavyweight champion of the world

Boxing 3
James Tapper bowling for Grange against Heriots. Hosts Grange won the match by five wickets. Photograph: Greg Macvean

Champions Carlton fall to Glenrothes in league opener

Cricket
Scotlands Andrew Butchart will race against a first-class field in the 3,000m in Doha next weekend. Photograph: Tullio M Puglia/Getty Images

Andrew Butchart warming to the task as Doha test awaits

Athletics
John Higgins acknowledges the crowd after winning his place in the final at the Crucible.  Photograph: Anna Gowthorpe/PA

John Higgins says he must improve for world snooker final

Snooker
Lisa Aitken finished the week unbeaten

Lisa Aitken and Robyn Young take squash bronze in Helsinki

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Kirtsy Gilmour beat sixth seed Sabrina Jaquet 22-20, 21-10. Picture: Lorraine HIll

Kirsty Gilmour books final rematch with European champion

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Grange's Cameron Fraser keeps the ball from Kelburne's Adam Bain. Picture: Duncan Gray

Grange find Kelburne too hot to handle in Scottish Cup Final

Hockey

Lewis Hamilton faces uphill struggle in Russian Grand Prix

Motorsport

Hebridean Way walking route offers new way to explore islands

News

Jane Bradley: Don’t make sport out of pregnancy

Opinion

Anthony Joshua has destiny in his hands at Wembley

Boxing
Ilie Nastase, fur coat over his arm, arrives at Turnhouse Airport in 1975 where an air hostess asks him for his autograph. Picture: Jack Crombie

Aidan Smith: Nastase’s not funny any more, just a bit sad

Tennis 1
Celtic defeated their rivals 5-1 for the second time this season. Pic: Michael Steele/Getty Images

Five things we learned from Rangers 1 - 5 Celtic

Celtic 14
England's Jonny Wilkinson was a master exponent of the drop goal. Picture: Adam Butler/AP

Allan Massie: Why the reluctance to go for drop goals?

Rugby union 3