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The Final Whistle

The Final Whistle

Injury doubt hangs over Scots star White

JASON WHITE, 45-times capped Scotland flanker, was today emerging as a major injury doubt for Scotland’s vital RBS Six Nations Championship clash with Italy at Murrayfield on Saturday, writes BILL LOTHIAN.

Beating Currie got the recipe proves we've for Cup success

UPBEAT Boroughmuir coach Bruce Reekie believes his side’s recent run of good form has given them the confidence to win silverware this season.

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Woeful Hearts pen 'Well mystery

JUST how a team could plumb the depths so soon after scaling such glorious heights is a mystery which Agatha Christie would have been proud to pen.

Simon Says: I'll be back to beat Italy

EDINBURGH hero Simon Taylor ended his injury hell with a try as the Gunners shot down high-flying Leinster at a chilly Murrayfield on Saturday night.

Lions told to shoot on sight

LIVINGSTON boss Richard Gough believes the next month will determine his side’s Premier League fate.

Robbo: My worst day at Hearts

HEARTS boss John Robertson today labelled the "embarrassing" performance against Motherwell at Fir Park as the worst he had witnessed since taking charge.

Mowbray's young are no pretenders

IT’S a measure of the work in progress at Easter Road that, suddenly, one defeat by Rangers prompts talk of Tony Mowbray’s side suffering a blip, or even a crisis.

Harsh lesson for Rovers

RAITH’S youngsters were given a harsh lesson in football reality when a late goal from Airdrie United substitute Stephen Keown left them to reflect on yet another defeat, their 20th in the current league campaign.

Ian loses battle against illness

IAN MACNIVEN, the long-serving golf and football reporter for the Edinburgh Evening News, has died following a long fight with illness.

Hughes left smarting by Bashir

TWO successive draws have seen Falkirk’s lead at the top of the First Division table cut to 15 points and while the Bairns still look comfortably ahead of Clyde, player/manager John Hughes was clearly unhappy with the outcome of Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Queen of the South at Palmerston Park.

Stillie hits out as Pars lose again

DUNFERMLINE’S Rugby Park curse continued on Saturday as Kilmarnock held on to the advantage of a Kris Boyd goal to secure a 2-1 victory.

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