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Rodgers: It would take something extraordinary to lure me from Celtic

Celtic
Graeme Murty organises training during his 'hardest week in football'. Photograph: Craig Foy/SNS

Graeme Murty: Quitting would have been the easy way out for me

Premiership
Jamie Maclaren beats Dedryck Boyata to the ball to fire Hibs into the lead against Celtic. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Hibs’ Jamie Maclaren rose from his sick bed to see off Celtic

Premiership
Naismith walked away from Ibrox in 2012 and isn't bothered by Rangers fans' flak; he's now happy at Hearts. Photograph: Ross Parker/SNS

Steven Naismith: Leaving Rangers was the right decision

Premiership

Ulster 36 - 15 Glasgow: Warriors unable to help Edinburgh

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Carlos Pena may be sent back to Rangers this week

Rangers

When can Celtic win the Ladbrokes Premiership title?

Premiership

Brendan Rodgers: ‘The best team won - Hibs deserved it’

Celtic
Jamie MacLaren (left) celebrates with his Hibs team-mates after opening the scoring. Picture: SNS

Hibs 2 - 1 Celtic: Neil Lennon’s side delay Celtic’s title triumph

Premiership

‘Roma thought Dundee United were on drugs but they always ran about daft’

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St Mirren players and the fans who bankroll them celebrate winning promotion. Picture: SNS.

St Mirren set to join Hearts and Motherwell as a top-flight ‘pioneer’

Championship
Dundee United fans may be cheering on old boy Andy Robertson when he faces Roma on Tuesday. Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty

‘Roma thought Dundee United were on drugs but they always ran about daft’

Football
Neil Lennon believes Hibs have sneaked under the radar. Picture: SNS.

Neil Lennon hopes defeat of Celtic will strike fear in Hibs’ rivals

Hibernian
Carlos Pena - seen buying a six-pack of beer following a training session. Picture: SNS.

Carlos Pena may be sent back to Rangers this week

Rangers
Jamie Maclaren beats Dedryck Boyata to the ball to fire Hibs into the lead against Celtic. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Hibs’ Jamie Maclaren rose from his sick bed to see off Celtic

Premiership
Naismith walked away from Ibrox in 2012 and isn't bothered by Rangers fans' flak; he's now happy at Hearts. Photograph: Ross Parker/SNS

Steven Naismith: Leaving Rangers was the right decision

Premiership
Graeme Murty organises training during his 'hardest week in football'. Photograph: Craig Foy/SNS

Graeme Murty: Quitting would have been the easy way out for me

Premiership

Veteran anarchist spearheading plans to revive celebrated Scottish football team

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Rodgers: It would take something extraordinary to lure me from Celtic

Celtic 2

Police rush to incident in Kirkcaldy

News

Inverness CT 2 - 2 Dunfermline: Late show puts Pars level

Championship
Simon Zebo will be on the bench for the semi-final. Picture: Getty.

Special reserves the key as Racing 92 and Munster clash

Champions Cup
Chris Dean ' in training for next weekend's 11872 Cup decider, right ' scored the late, late winner in the Murrayfield opener. Photographs: Gary Hutchison/SNS

1872 Cup: Bragging rights on line for Edinburgh and Glasgow

Rugby union
Watsonians' Mike Fedo scored a try in the final. Picture: SNS

Watsonians beat Heriot’s to clinch Hawick Sevens

Hawick

Leinster 38 - 16 Scarlets: Dubliners power to fourth European final

Champions Cup

Richard Cockerill ‘excited about future’ as he extends stay with Edinburgh

Rugby union 1

Allan Massie: Data is useful but an old-fashioned hunch can work as well

Cricket
Rafael Nadal plays a backhand return in the win over Austria's Dominic Thiem in Monte Carlo. Picture: AFP/Getty

Fed Cup players full of Beans ahead of bid for World Group place

Tennis
Rodger Harkins is leaving his post at Scottish Athletics. Picture: Jeff Holmes

Rodger Harkins quits as Scottish Athletics coaching chief

Tennis
Rafael Nadal returns a ball to Aljaz Bedene. Picture: Yann Coatsaliou/AFP/Getty Images

Rafael Nadal races to Monte Carlo victory over Aljaz Bedene

Tennis
Dan Evans will make his return to action on 28 April. Picture: Getty

Dan Evans to make his tennis comeback in Glasgow following drugs ban

Tennis
Kyle Edmund lost to world No 355 Pablo Andujar in Marrakech. File picture: Getty Images

Kyle Edmund’s wait for first ATP title goes on after Andujar loss

Tennis
Brodies supports the Scottish Schools Championships and the Brodies Tennis Invitational, which last year was won by Greg Rusedski, pictured with prize

The legal eagles helping Scottish sports stars achieve excellence

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Andy Murray is hoping to have recovered from his hip injury by the summer and could feature in Great Britain's next Davis Cup match in September. Picture: John Devlin

Davis Cup clash with Uzbekistan could come to Glasgow

Tennis

Andy Murray shares ice bath photo as he gives update on injury rehab

Andy Murray

Andy Murray eyes June return but will make late call on Glasgow event

Tennis

Henri Leconte joins other legends for tennis at Gleneagles

Tennis

Andy Murray on mend as he practises with Scots teenager

Andy Murray
Bradley Dredge of Wales lines up a putt on the ninth green during the first round of the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco. Picture: Andrew Redington/Getty Images

Michael Hoey’s wife saves day by delivering clubs to Morocco

Golf
Sergio Garcia endured a miserable first round at the Masters.  Picture: Jamie Squire/Getty Images

Sergio Garcia: Nightmare 13 at Augusta won’t define my season

Golf
World No 4 Jon Rahm celebrates winning on home soil in Spain with his girlfriend, Kelley Cahill. Picture: Getty.

Jon Rahm reigns in Spain after the ‘hardest Sunday of life’

Golf
Winner Kieran Cantley with Craigmillar Park captain John Hall

Kieran Cantley wins Simpson & Marwick Craigmillar Park Open

Golf

Paul Dunne stays on course for victory in Spanish Open

Golf

Marc Warren stays in mix in Madrid

Golf

Marc Warren finishes with three birdies for share of lead in Spain

Golf

European Tour chief warns LET: Offer of help won’t last forever

Golf
Ronnie O'Sullivan was in good spirits as he took part in a media day in Sheffield. Picture: Getty.

Which Ronnie O’Sullivan will be on show at the Crucible?

Snooker 1
Ryan Sidebottom bowls during an LV County Championship match between Yorkshire and Somerset. File picture: Getty images

Ryan Sidebottom, ex-Yorkshire and England bowler, signs for Grange

Cricket
Vicente, ridden by Sam Twiston-Davies, wins last year's Coral Scottish Grand National. Picture: Craig Watson/PA

Vicente’s Scottish National hat-trick chances firming up

Horse Racing
When young athletes burst into the public eye, they have an opportunity to capitalise on their hard work. Picture: Shutterstock

Scottish sports stars should 'safeguard lucrative deals'

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Gordon Elliott’s Folsom Blue skips Ayr’s Scottish Grand National

Horse Racing

Kevan Christie: Why we should stop running marathons

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Games hero Duncan Scott returns home to student life

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Dundee United fans may be cheering on old boy Andy Robertson when he faces Roma on Tuesday. Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty

‘Roma thought Dundee United were on drugs but they always ran about daft’

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Dylan Hartley is a favourite of England head coach Eddie Jones. Picture: Getty.

Allan Massie: Data is useful but an old-fashioned hunch can work as well

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Kenny Miller, left, and Lee Wallace could both be on their way out of Ibrox this summer. Picture: SNS Group

The ideal destinations for Rangers outcasts Kenny Miller & Lee Wallace

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