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Scotland U20 24 - 17 England U20: Stunning win for young Scots

Scotland
A relaxed Scotland skipper John Barclay during the captain's run at BT Murrayfield. Picture: David Rogers/Getty Images

Barclay got the shakes ahead of huge Calcutta Cup battle

Six Nations
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has vowed his side will use a possible domestic treble as motivation. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Brendan Rodgers: Treble now motivation for ‘super intense’ Celts

Premiership
Edinburgh's Duncan Weir. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Dragons 12 - 25 Edinburgh: Duncan Weir seals away win

Rugby union

Munster 21 - 10 Glasgow: Irish spoil Rob Harley’s big night

Glasgow Warriors

Celtic facing harsh realities after European exit

Celtic

Graeme Murty tells Rangers fans talk of a title challenge is ok

Premiership

Interview: Ian Robertson on his dalliances with Liz Taylor, Ollie Reed and Tony Blair

Scotland
Lewis Stevenson takes some time out from preparing for this afternoon's Premiership match against Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS.

Lewis Stevenson: They’re so good it’s like Hibs have 10 midfielders

Premiership

Allan Massie: Both Russell and Hogg are due a big game

Allan Massie
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has vowed his side will use a possible domestic treble as motivation. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Brendan Rodgers: Treble now motivation for ‘super intense’ Celts

Premiership
Bruno Alves, in training yesterday, is in line for his first Rangers appearance of 2018 this afternoon. Picture: SNS.

Graeme Murty tells Rangers fans talk of a title challenge is ok

Premiership
Goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin says Hearts will go to Ibrox without fear today. Picture: SNS.

Hearts’ Jon McLaughlin eager to shut out Rangers’ Josh Windass

Premiership
Lewis Stevenson takes some time out from preparing for this afternoon's Premiership match against Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS.

Lewis Stevenson: They’re so good it’s like Hibs have 10 midfielders

Premiership
Niall McGinn says Aberdeen are 'capable of beating Celtic'. Picture: SNS

Niall McGinn: Aberdeen win would make title race interesting

Premiership
Celtic's Olivier Ntcham, left, vies with Zenit's Branislav Ivanovic. Picture: AP

Celtic facing harsh realities after European exit

Celtic
Former chief executive Stewart Regan. Picture: John Devlin

SFA appoint recruitment firm to help with chief executive hunt

Football 1

Could Celtic’s defensive woes tarnish Brendan Rodgers’ legacy?

Celtic 4

Reports in Australia claim Tom Rogic has rejected new Celtic deal

Celtic 7

In pictures: The last time Scotland beat England in the Six Nations

Six Nations 2
Picture: Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh prepares for Calcutta Cup economic boost

News
A relaxed Scotland skipper John Barclay during the captain's run at BT Murrayfield. Picture: David Rogers/Getty Images

Barclay got the shakes ahead of huge Calcutta Cup battle

Six Nations
Scotland train ahead of the rugby match against England (Picture: Getty)

Leader comment: Underdogs Scotland can win the Calcutta Cup

Opinion
Stuart Hogg was in good spirits at yesterday's captain's run. Picture: SNS/SRU

John Barclay banks on Welsh advice as Scots aim to rock England

Six Nations

Allan Massie: Both Russell and Hogg are due a big game

Scotland

England coach says Scotland are ‘a very, very good team’

Scotland

Interview: Ian Robertson on his dalliances with Liz Taylor, Ollie Reed and Tony Blair

Scotland

France 34 - 17 Italy: Marseille move suits victorious French

Six Nations
Roger Federer reacts after beating Italy's Andreas Seppi during their semi-final at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam. Picture: Koen Suyk/AFP/Getty Images

New world No.1 Roger Federer sets up Dutch final v Dimitrov

Tennis
Roger Federer during his match against Robin Haase. Picture: AFP/Getty

Roger Federer becomes oldest World No.1 in tennis history

Tennis
British Cameron Norrie returns the ball to Spain�s Spain's Albert Ramos during the first round of the Davis Cup tennis match between Spain and Great Britain at the Puente Romano tennis club in Marbella, on February 04, 2018.  / AFP PHOTO / JORGE GUERREROJORGE GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images

Cameron Norrie provides silver lining in Britain’s Davis Cup defeat

Tennis
Cameron Norrie shows his delight after defeating Roberto Bautista-Agut to level Great Britain's Davis Cup tie against Spain. Picture: AFP/Getty.

Cameron Norrie outfights Bautista-Agut to level Davis Cup tie

Tennis
It's all too much for Roger Federer as he breaks down with emotion during the presentation ceremony following his victory over Marin Cilic. Pkicture: Getty.

Roger Federer in tears after claiming his 20th grand slam

Tennis
Roger Federer kisses the winner's trophy after beating Croatia's Marin Cilic in their men's singles final. Picture: AFP/Getty

Australian Open final: Roger Federer wins 20th grand slam title

Tennis 2
Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki holds her trophy after defeating Romania's Simona Halep in the women's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne. Picture: AP Photo/Ng Han Guan

Australian Open: Caroline Wozniacki wins first grand slam title

Tennis

Australian Open: Aidan McHugh’s title hopes ended by Chun Hsin Tseng

Tennis

Beaten Kyle Edmund believes he can now mix it with the best

Tennis

Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki to clash in Aussie final

Tennis

Australian Open: Kyle Edmund’s run ends in semi-final defeat

Tennis
Stephen Gallacher hits his approach shot on the 18th hole in the second round of the Qatar Masters. Picture: Tom Dulat/Getty

Stephen Gallacher one shot off lead in Doha on day of low scoring

Golf
Connor Syme qualified for last year's Open Championship before going on to win his European Tour card. Picture: Ian Rutherford

No shortage of inspiration for young Scottish golfers, says Stuart Clayton

Golf 1
Paul Lawrie waits to putt during the first round of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in Doha. Picture: Getty Images

Paul Lawrie off to another good start in Qatar

Golf
Rory McIlroy is feeling good about his game heading into this week's Honda Classic in Florida. Picture: Getty Images

Pre-Masters win not vital, says Rory McIlroy

Golf

Paul Lawrie looking to shine again in Qatar Masters

Golf

Scottish Golf loses its performance director

Golf

New world handicap system for golf in 2020

Golf 6

Tiger Woods named as vice captain for Ryder Cup in France

Golf
The pain of defeat shows in the faces of Lauren Gray, left, Vicki Adams and GB skip Eve Muirhead following their defeat by Sweden. Picture: PA.

Lessons of 2014 will strengthen Eve Muirhead & Co in bronze battle

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Great Britain skipper Eve Muirhead. Picture: AFP/Getty

Winter Olympics: Team GB women lose curling semi-final with Sweden

More in sport 1
Elise Christie is still determined to win an Olympic medal in short track. Picture: PA.

Elise Christie may add long track in last throw of Olympic dice

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Great Britain skip Eve Muirhead is bidding to emulate Rhona Martin, whose rink won gold in 2002. Picture: PA.

Winter Olympics: Tears of 2014 will motivate Eve Muirhead

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Winter Olympics: Eve Muirhead relaxed despite medal pressure

Olympics

Winter Olympics: Men rue missed opportunities in curling play-off loss

Olympics

Winter Olympics: Team GB women eye curling medal but men face play-off

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Guy Learmonth injury means he’ll make brother’s wedding after all

Athletics
Simon Danielli scores against England in 2004, the last time a Scot crossed for a Calcutta Cup try at Murrayfield. Picture: Toby Williams

Allan Massie: Both Russell and Hogg are due a big game

Scotland
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers. Picture: SNS

Could Celtic’s defensive woes tarnish Brendan Rodgers’ legacy?

Celtic 4

Five things that must happen if Scotland are to beat England

Scotland 1