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Edinburgh sweep aside former Champions at BT Murrayfield Coming off the back of a narrow defeat to Montpelier, Edinburgh welcomed the giants – in all senses of the word – of RC Toulon to BT Murrayfield for their Round 2 match in this season's European Rugby Champions Cup. Widely predicted to be a thumping for the home side, thanks to Toulon...
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Hibs travel west to face rivals Glasgow City this afternoon in the penultimate weekend of the Scottish Building Society’s SWPL in a game which could make or break either side’s title-winning aspirations. Both club's are undefeated in the league and the two sides met just last weekend in the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup in Stirling where goals from Reilly and Murray...
Hibs' Head Coach Neil Lennon believes that his players faced 12-men during Celtic's 4-2 victory at Parkhead yesterday and slammed the performance of referee Don Robertson. Tom Rogic gave Celtic an early lead against the injury hit visitors then Olivier Ntcham added a second before the Hoops' skipper Scott Brown had to leave the field with an injury. Lennon changed from...
At Boardwalk Beach Club in the dying days of summer 2018 they held a beach cricket match...yes you guessed it on the beach! And it may now become a regular sporting fixture. The match was held at low tide at Silverknowes Beach looking out to Cramond Island where the Submariners and the Barracudas battled for glory. The match was the brainchild...
Edinburgh West MP Christine Jardine has pledged her support for the ‘Long Live the Local’ campaign to help pubs in Edinburgh West keep their doors open. She joins more than 100,000 signatories to a petition calling on the Government to cut beer tax at the Budget on 29 October 2018. Campaigners say that £1 in every £3 pounds spent in UK...
Delta Air Lines is to double the number of flights from Edinburgh Airoport next summer by adding a new service to Boston’s Logan International Airport, from 24 May 2019. This new route will add to the airline’s current daily service to New York-JFK and the seasonal Boston route will offer customers more travel options from Edinburgh to the United States,...
Elite League: Manchester Storm 4, Dundee Stars 3 (after sudden death overtime); Fife Flyers 7, Nottingham Panthers 5; Glasgow Clan 3, Coventry Blaze 5. Fife Flyers claimed their eighth straight Elite League win to climb to the top of the table. And coach Todd Dutiaume's men edged early-season, pace-setters Nottingham Panthers at Kirkcaldy to reach the summit of the 11-strong league. Panthers...
DHOOM OPENS WITH SPIRIT OF CELEBRATION! DUNFERMLINE’S NEW INDIAN “STREATERY” & COCKTAIL BAR IS EXCITING CONCEPT   Dhoom Indian “streatery” and cocktail bar, the first of its type in Fife, is now open in New Row, Dunfermline. The exciting venue, occupying the unit which was formerly the Eastern Buffet, was opened last week by Provost Jim Leishman, at a celebratory  official opening...
Division One (men): Grange 3, Uddingston 3; Western Wildcats 1, Edinburgh University 2; Watsonians 4, Aberdeen Standard Gordonians 1; Clydesdale 0, Grove Menzieshill 4; Kelburne 4, Hillhead 2 Craig Wallace’s flying right-handed save from a rocket shot from Scottish international Duncan Riddell earned Uddingston a point in a 3-3 draw at champions Grange. And the vocal 27-year-old goalkeeper picked himself up...