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Kris Commons celebrates the winning goal with Jason Cummings. Picture: SNS

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An artist impression of the proposed Aberdeen stadium at Kingsford. Picture: Contributed

Aberdeen submit plans for state-of-the-art stadium and training complex

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Felipe Massa is rejoining Williams after coming out of retirement. Picture: David Davies/PA Wire

Felipe Massa set for Williams return after coming out of retirement

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Kilmarnock complete signing of Karleigh Osborne

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle complete signing of Henri Anier

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Sluggish Andy Murray beats Illya Marchenko at Australian Open

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An artist impression of the proposed Aberdeen stadium at Kingsford. Picture: Contributed

Aberdeen submit plans for state-of-the-art stadium and training complex

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Henri Anier in action for Dundee United against Hibernian. Picture:

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle complete signing of Henri Anier

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Kris Commons celebrates the winning goal with Jason Cummings. Picture: SNS

Why Hibs can begin looking towards life in the Premiership

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Brendan Rodgers has told his Celtic players that improvement is a must. Pic: TSPL

Rumour Mill: Celtic ‘must get better’ | Gers’ lesson | Hibs eye Man Utd starlet

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Ross Laidlaw clutches a high ball as he keeps a clean sheet during Hibernians victory at Dumbarton. Picture: SNS.

Hibs’ Ross Laidlaw wins battle with old pal Lewis Vaughan

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Manchester United 1 – 1 Liverpool: Ibrahimovic foils Jurgen Klopp

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Scotland’s footballers and fans should look to China

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Kris Commons says he’s keen to stay and help Hibs win title

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Rumour Mill: Commons keen for Hibs stay | Rangers fans left ticketless | Celtic bid to keep Roberts

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Ayr's Will Bordill crossed for Ayrs first try

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Glasgow's Ali Price admits he is on a learning curve. Picture: SNS.

Glasgow Warriors’ Ali Price takes blame after drop-goal miss

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Scotland flanker John Barclay talks up Scarlets’ hopes

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Hilljills’ Jade Konkel ready for women’s big game

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Andy Murray celebrates after winning a point against Illya Marchenko. Pic: AFP

Sluggish Andy Murray beats Illya Marchenko at Australian Open

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Johanna Konta is focusing on one match at a time, but faces a brutal quarter of the draw. Picture: Getty.

Andy Murray backs Johanna Konta to succeed at Austrlian Open

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New normal service: Being a father has helped Andy Murray progress. Picture: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Parenthood puts things puts things in focus for Andy Murray

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Eye on the ball: Serena Williams gets in some practice in Melbourne. Picture: Paul Crock/AFP/Getty Images

Slam record talk is off limits for Serena Williams

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Andy Murray hits a return during a practice session ahead of the Australian Open in Melbourne. Picture: Paul Crock/AFP/Getty Images

Andy Murray ‘in a good place’ for Australian Open title bid

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Andy Murray could meet Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka and Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open. Picture: Paul Crock/AFP/Getty Images

Three champions may block Andy Murray’s path to Aussie glory

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Britain's Johanna Konta defeated Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland in the final in Sydney. Picture: Rick Rycroft/AP

Johanna Konta wins second WTA Tour title In Sydney

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Andy Murray could meet Roger Federer in Aus quarter-finals

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Johanna Konta in top form as she reaches Sydney final

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Andy Murray will be top seed at Australian Open

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British No 3 Dan Evans causes upset with win in Australia

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Justin Thomas celebrates his record-breaking win in the Sony Open in Hawaii. Picture: Getty Images

8am Round-Up: Back-to-back titles for Thomas as Knox breaks $1M barrier

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Graeme Storm kisses the South African Open trophy. Picture: Getty.

Graeme Storm pips Rory McIlroy to win South African Open

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David Drysdale enjoyed playing with world No 2 Rory McIlroy in the BMW SA Open third round. Picture; Getty Images

David Drysdale going in the ‘right direction’

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Rory McIlroy hits his second shot on the first hole during day three of the BMW SA Open. Picture: David Cannon/Getty Images

Rory McIlroy chasing the Storm in South Africa

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Tributes paid to John Jacobs, founding father of Euro Tour

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David Drysdale set to have Rory McIlroy for company

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Golf guru John Jacobs dies, aged 91

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Rory McIlroy to play in first Rolex Series event at Wentworth

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Trainer Martin Todhunter's Landmeafortune was an all-the-way success in the three-mile handicap chase at Ayr. Picture: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

Neil McKnight saddles Master Ruffit to Ayr glory

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Scotland's John Higgins watches from his chair as Mark Allen plays a shot at the Dafabet Masters at Alexandra Palace, London. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

John Higgins rues missed chances after early Masters exit

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Felipe Massa is rejoining Williams after coming out of retirement. Picture: David Davies/PA Wire

Felipe Massa set for Williams return after coming out of retirement

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Badou Jack celebrates after knocking down James DeGale during the 12th round  in New York. Picture: AP.

James DeGale’s big bout hopes felled in draw with Badou Jack

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Lee Reilly finds the basketball back in his court

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