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Sport

Hearts’ young guns provide recipe for stunning success

Premiership
Harry Cochrane, left, and Kyle Lafferty both struck in the first half

Hearts 4, Celtic 0: Jam Tarts crush Hoops’ unbeaten run

Hearts

Rumour Mill: Brighton’s £18m Dembele bid | Rangers have four January targets | Hearts swoop for Bain

Rangers
St Johnstone Denny Johnstone (left) celebrates scoring his side's second goal against Rangers. Picture: Jeff Holmes/PA Wire

Rangers 1 - 3 St Johnstone: Gers left shell-shocked by Saints

Premiership

Older, wiser Craig Levein keeps his emotions in check

Hearts

Cowdenbeath would have defeated us, says Hibs boss Neil Lennon

Premiership

Aberdeen 4 - 1 Hibs: Mackay-Steven nets treble in thumping win

Premiership

Brendan Rodgers: Demands of playing for Celtic too high for many

Celtic
Edinburgh Rugby coach 
Richard Cockerill. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Interview: Richard Cockerill on Edinburgh revival and 1872 Cup

Rugby union

Iain Morrison: SRU’s Worcester bid faces several hurdles

Iain Morrison
Hearts' Harry Cochrane (left) celebrates his goal with Kyle Lafferty. Picture: SNS

Glasgow punter predicts Hearts-Celtic scoreline at 200/1

Football 2
Harry Cochrane, left, and Kyle Lafferty both struck in the first half

Hearts 4, Celtic 0: Jam Tarts crush Hoops’ unbeaten run

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Hearts Harry Cochrane (no 47) scores his side's first goal of the game. Picture: PA

FT: Hearts 4 - Celtic 0: Jambos smash Celtic unbeaten run

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Hearts' championship-winning team of 1894/95. Picture: Submitted

Match report from 1895: the last time Hearts beat Celtic 4-0

Lifestyle
Hearts teenager Harry Cochrane opens the scoring against Celtic. Picture: SNS

Hearts’ young guns provide recipe for stunning success

Premiership 2

Rumour Mill: Brighton’s £18m Dembele bid | Rangers have four January targets | Hearts swoop for Bain

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Hearts manager Craig Levein. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Older, wiser Craig Levein keeps his emotions in check

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Brendan Rodgers: Demands of playing for Celtic too high for many

Celtic 10

Craig Levein looks for Hearts new stand to make some noise

Hearts 5

Queen of the South P-P Dundee United: Ref calls game off at HT

Championship

League Two round-up: Montrose increase lead to six points

Football
Scottish Rugby chief executive Mark Dodson. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Iain Morrison: SRU’s Worcester bid faces several hurdles

Rugby union 3
Edinburgh Rugby coach 
Richard Cockerill. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Interview: Richard Cockerill on Edinburgh revival and 1872 Cup

Rugby union
Currie's Robbie Nelson. Picture: Graham Stuart/SNS/SRU

Ayr 12 - 14 Currie: Missed kicks prove costly for home side

Ayr
Ruaridh Knott of Melrose failed to get over the line as Sam Yawayawa and Scott Peffers held him up. Photograph: Neil Hanna

Glasgow Hawks 17-34 Melrose: Bouquet of a dozen for Rose

Glasgow Hawks

Comment: New tackle law is an ass and leads to repetitive rugby

Champions Cup 4

Edinburgh 78 - 0 Krasny Yar: Record win for capital side

Challenge Cup

Peter Horne tries out No 10 role as Finn Russell departure looms

Champions Cup 2
British number two Aljaz Bedene will return to representing Slovenia from January 1. Picture: PA

British No 2 Aljaz Bedene set to represent native Slovenia in 2018

Tennis
Serena Williams with the trophy after her victory against sister Venus in the 2017 Australian Open womens singles final in Melbourne. Picture: Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images

Australian Open to be first event as a mum for Serena Williams

Tennis
Andy Murray is known for showing his emotion on the court. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Andy Murray’s fitness coach reveals the stresses of the job

News 1
Andy Murray with Aiden McHugh,
Photo by Javier Garcia/BPI/REX/Shutterstock

Andy Murray signs up Glasgow teenage star to his management firm

Tennis
Andy Murray poked fun at the US President on Twitter. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray mocks US President Donald Trump on Twitter

Andy Murray
France's Richard Gasquet in action at the Davis Cup final against Belgium in Lille. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Gasquet and Herbert give France Davis Cup final lead

Tennis
Jana Novotna poses with the trophy after winning the 1998 Wimbledon Championships. Picture: Alex Livesey /Allsport

Former Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna dies aged 49

Tennis

Grigor Dimitrov clinches ATP Finals title

Tennis

Delgado the man for Murray again

Tennis

Andy Murray splits with coach Ivan Lendl for second time

Tennis

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares into doubles semis at ATP Finals

Tennis
Sandy Lyle will be exempt for the final time when The Open is held at Carnoustie in July. Picture Michael Gillen

Sandy Lyle facing prospect of Open farewell at Carnoustie

Golf
Connie Jaffrey has been named in the initial 14-strong GB&I squad that is likely provide the eight players for the Curtis Cup team next year.

Scottish duo in GB&I squad for Curtis Cup

Golf
Captain Catriona on a visit to the Gleneagles, venue for the 2019 Solheim Cup. Picture: Tristan Jones

Catriona Matthew pleased she’s no longer sole Scot on LPGA

Golf
Team captain Paul McGinley is showered with champagne after leading Europe to Ryder Cup victory in the biennial event at Gleneagles in  2014.

Eamonn Darcy: Paul McGinley was best ever Ryder Cup captain

Golf

Marc Warren: Sponsors are so crucial for young players

Golf

New era starting to take shape in our women’s game

Golf

Martin Dempster: Jack Nicklaus’ praise for Paul Lawrie shows value of golf

Golf 2

Armchair golf fans stopped from “calling-in” on rules

Golf
The great embankments of Hampden in its former glory  that glory may now be tarnished but is it still Scottish footballs home?

Aidan Smith: ‘We’re talking about the great bowl, the railway sleepers and red ash colosseum’

Sport 1
Jax Thoirs in the pole vault final at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Picture: Hannah Peters/Getty Images

Medal would be jewel in the crown for jumping Jax Thoirs

Athletics
England's Jonny Bairstow looks to the sky after reaching his maiden Ashes century. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Jonny Bairstow fulfils childhood dream with Ashes century

Cricket

Chris Froome maintains innocence amid calls for suspension

Cycling

Centurion Dawid Malan enjoys battle with Aussie pace attack

Cricket

Chris Totten finds form but Neil Robertson is just too strong

Snooker

Chris Froome admits drug test is ‘damaging’ but hopes to clear name

Cycling
The great embankments of Hampden in its former glory  that glory may now be tarnished but is it still Scottish footballs home?

Aidan Smith: ‘We’re talking about the great bowl, the railway sleepers and red ash colosseum’

Sport 1
Glasgow Warriors head coach Dave Rennie. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Comment: New tackle law is an ass and leads to repetitive rugby

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