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Scottish Cup R5 draw: Hearts or Raith to host Hibs

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Jamie Walker celebrates with team-mates after putting Hearts ahead at Stark's Park. Picture: SNS

Raith Rovers 1-1 Hearts: Late McManus strike pegs back Hearts

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Scott Sinclair celebrates after putting Celtic ahead against Albion Rovers.

Albion Rovers 0-3 Celtic: It’s three and easy for Celtic

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Andy Murray has been knocked out of the Australian Open. Picture: Paul Crock/AFP/Getty Images

Australian Open: Andy Murray left down and out Down Under

Tennis

Rumour Mill: Celtic’s Onyekuru bid rejected | van der Vaart open to Old Firm move | Miller’s Gers future ‘out of his hands’

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Celtic set their sights on Nigerian striking sensation

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New Hearts signing Lennard Sowah hopes to be capped by Ghana. Picture: Roddy Scott/SNS Group

Ian Cathro’s Hearts new boys could get their chance at Raith

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Hearts and Hibs still have a chance of lifting the Scottish Cup. Pic: SNS

Scottish Cup R5 draw: Hearts or Raith to host Hibs

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Jamie Walker celebrates with team-mates after putting Hearts ahead at Stark's Park. Picture: SNS

Raith Rovers 1-1 Hearts: Late McManus strike pegs back Hearts

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We might not see a packed Pittodrie on many more occasions, with the Dons hoping to flit west to Kingsford. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Aidan Smith: What’s not to like about Pittodrie?

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Andrew Shinnie (centre) is congratulated by Chris Humphrey and Grant Holt on his opening goal against Bonnyrigg Rose at Tynecastle

Bonnyrigg Rose 1-8 Hibs: Rose wilt under onslaught from the Hibees

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Kenny Miller is keen to stay at Rangers. Picture: SNS/ Rob Casey

Rumour Mill: Celtic’s Onyekuru bid rejected | van der Vaart open to Old Firm move | Miller’s Gers future ‘out of his hands’

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Keeper Ross Stewart is clinging to belief that shock results happen

Albion Rovers take inspiration from past giant-killing feats

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Ian Cathro’s Hearts new boys could get their chance at Raith

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Celtic treble won’t be easy warns Alan Stubbs

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Scotland havent won their first match in a Six Nations campaign since 2006. Vern Cotter has the chance to change that against Ireland on Saturday week.
 Picture: Jane Barlow/PA

Scotland coach Vern Cotter relaxed as he plots fond farewell

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Clermont’s injured Wesley Fofana out of the Six Nations

Champions Cup

Gala 0 - 26 Heriot’s: Charlie Simpson scores a double

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Stirling County 14 - 29 Ayr: League leaders leave it late

Club Rugby
Andy Murray has been knocked out of the Australian Open. Picture: Paul Crock/AFP/Getty Images

Australian Open: Andy Murray left down and out Down Under

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Johanna Konta makes a forehand return on her way to victory over Caroline Wozniacki. Picture: Kin Cheung

Johanna Konta heading to the very top

Tennis
Rafael Nadal is chasing his 15th grand slam title

Rafael Nadal gets a boost from five-set win

Tennis
Andy Murray is congratulated by defeated opponent Sam Querrey after winning their third-round match at Melbourne Park. Picture: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

Everything falling into place for Andy Murray at Aussie Open

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Andy Murray is through to the final 16 of the Aussie Open(AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Australian Open: Andy Murray in last 16 after win over Sam Querrey

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Novak Djokovic makes a backhand return during his shock defeat to Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin. Picutre: Kin Cheung/AP

Novak Djokovic’s hunger questioned after stunning defeat

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Johanna Konta serves during her win over Naomi Osaka of Japan at the Australian Open. Picture: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Johanna Konta enhances her status as a genuine contender

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Andy Murray odds-on favourite after Novak Djokovic exit

Tennis

Novak Djokovic knocked out of the Australian Open

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Sir Andy Murray makes net gains in Melbourne despite pain

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Dan Evans defeats Maric Cilic for best win over his career

Tennis
Leader Tyrrell Hatton of England acknowledges the crowd on the 18th green during the third round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. Picture: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

England’s Tyrrell Hatton ahead of the pack in Abu Dhabi

Golf
Germany's Martin Kaymer during the second round of the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship. Picture: Nezar Balout/AFP/Getty

Martin Kaymer surges into halfway lead in Abu Dhabi

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Open champion Henrik Stenson,who leads the 2017 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, wants to make that Claret Jug some company with more major titles.  Picture: David Cannon/Getty

Henrik Stenson leads in Abu Dhabi after 8-under first round

Golf
Golfer Catriona Matthew has been named an ambassador for the Badminton World Championships
in Glasgow later this year. Picture: Lorraine Hill

Shuttlecock diplomacy: Matthew back to her badminton roots as
ambassador for Glasgow worlds

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Ryder Cup skipper Thomas Bjorn gets extra pick for 2018

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Jura island course creator has designs on golf conference

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8am Round Up: Injured Rory McIlroy pulls out of Abu Dhabi event

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Martin Dempster: Shot Scope puts Scotland on technology map

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Jockey Brian Hughes guided Project Bluebook to victory in the feature race at Musselburgh. Picture: Daniel Smith/Getty Images

Brian Hughes and Project Bluebook win Musselburgh feature

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Calum MacLeod formed a crucial partnership with Matthew Cross. Picture: Donald MacLeod

Scotland win again ahead of crunch game with Ireland

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India's Yuvraj Singh celebrates scoring his 14th ODI century at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack. Picture: Aijaz Rahi/AP

India’s veteran batsmen sink England’s one-day hopes

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14th Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival will feature some of Scotland's top adrenalin-junkies.

Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival to showcase extreme sports

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St. Kilda. Picture: Isla J. Robertson. National Trust for Scotland.

Six great Scottish islands you can only reach by sailboat

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Could the NFL be heading to Edinburgh? Picture; Getty

NFL ‘could host a game at Murrayfield’

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Scotland hold nerve against Dutch to seal semi-final spot

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Trainer Evan Williams enjoys double delight at Ayr

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Top athletes promote positive coaching

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Aberdeen Grammar shock volleyball champions Queensferry

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We might not see a packed Pittodrie on many more occasions, with the Dons hoping to flit west to Kingsford. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Aidan Smith: What’s not to like about Pittodrie?

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David Hunter, left , Gavin Dear and Lewis Allison (CTO) with the Shot Scope wristband. Picture: Ian Georgeson.

Martin Dempster: Shot Scope puts Scotland on technology map

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