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Scotland 25-13 England: Scotland stun England to win Calcutta Cup

Six Nations

Rumour Mill: Celtic eye ‘double treble’ | Scottish refs ‘amateur’ says Neil Lennon | Daniel Candeias at home at Ibrox

Premiership

Duncan Smith: Was Calcutta Cup win greatest Scots victory of all time?

Six Nations

Scotland 25-13 England: How the Scotland players rated

Scotland

Nicola Sturgeon sups from Calcutta Cup in Scots celebrations

Scotland

Finn Russell runs the show against England but stays grounded

Six Nations

Gregor Townsend: It’s the biggest victory I have achieved

Six Nations

Rangers 2 - 0 Hearts: Ibrox side cut gap at top to six points

Rangers
Neil Lennon is sent to the stand by Kevin Clancy. Picture: SNS Group

Neil Lennon slams ‘Mickey Mouse refereeing’ after Kilmarnock penalty

Hibernian

Comment: Dismissive England were sent home to think again

Aidan Smith
Hearts midfielder Harry Cochrane with Rangers defender Declan John during the match at Ibrox

Rangers 2-0 Hearts: Jambos lose out to goals by Jamie Murphy and Russell Martin

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Rumour Mill: Celtic eye ‘double treble’ | Scottish refs ‘amateur’ says Neil Lennon | Daniel Candeias at home at Ibrox

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Freddie Woodman

Aberdeen keeper sees Scotland as next step after World Cup win

Aberdeen
Hibs face the prospect of a third trip to Ibrox to play Rangers this season after the Premiership split.  Photograph: Craig Foy/SNS

The only split that matters is in the Ladbrokes Premiership

Premiership 1
Derek McInnes admits that he's struggling to find a winning formula when Aberdeen face Celtic. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Derek McInnes desperate for Aberdeen to avoid ten in a row

Aberdeen
Rangers' Jamie Murphy opens the scoring. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Rangers 2 - 0 Hearts: Ibrox side cut gap at top to six points

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St Mirren's Kyle Magennis' shot is deflected in to the net by Brechin goalkeeper Patrick O'Neil to make it 1-0. Picture: Garry Williamson

St Mirren 1 - 0 Brechin: Saints toil to victory

St Mirren

Rangers’ Russell Martin happy to get one over former team-mates

Rangers

Dundee 0-1 Motherwell: Tanner piles more misery on hosts

Premiership

Inverness CT 0-2 Morton: Scott Tiffoney lifts Morton into third

Inverness CT
Finn Russell, left, and Sean Maitland celebrate at full time

Finn Russell runs the show against England but stays grounded

Six Nations 4
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend at full time

Gregor Townsend: It’s the biggest victory I have achieved

Six Nations
Huw Jones dives over for his second try in Scotland's stunning win over England. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Comment: Dismissive England were sent home to think again

Scotland 2
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at Murrayfield. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Nicola Sturgeon sups from Calcutta Cup in Scots celebrations

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Scotland 25-13 England: How the Scotland players rated

Scotland

Duncan Smith: Was Calcutta Cup win greatest Scots victory of all time?

Six Nations 3

Scotland 25-13 England: Scotland stun England to win Calcutta Cup

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Allan Massie: Russell and Hogg are due a big Six Nations game

Scotland 6
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

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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 bid for the Qatar Masters took a dent.  Picture: Tom Dulat/Getty Images

English duo lead as Stephen Galllacher falters

Golf
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

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

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Eilidh Doyle

Eilidh Doyle has no plans to hang up spikes

Athletics
Laura Muir will double up in the 3000 and 1500m at the world indoors. Picture: AFP/Getty

Vet student Laura Muir keeps twin ambitions on track

Athletics
Josh Taylor faces a new challenge after Humberto Soto, right, was injured in sparring

Josh Taylor faces new opponent for his WBC belt

Boxing
Eve Muirhead  (right), Anna Sloan and Vicki Adams look dejected after losing the Bronze Medal match. Picture: PA

Winter Olympics: GB women curlers lose to Japan in bronze medal match

More in sport

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

More in sport

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

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

More in sport

Winter Olympics: Tears of 2014 will motivate Eve Muirhead

More in sport
Hibs face the prospect of a third trip to Ibrox to play Rangers this season after the Premiership split.  Photograph: Craig Foy/SNS

The only split that matters is in the Ladbrokes Premiership

Premiership 1

Duncan Smith: Was Calcutta Cup win greatest Scots victory of all time?

Six Nations 3

Allan Massie: Russell and Hogg are due a big Six Nations game

Scotland 6