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SGB Championship: Berwick Bandits 46, Sheffield Tigers 44; Eastbourne Eagles 44, Glasgow Tigers 45 Aaron Summers powered to 13 points as Berwick Bandits edged Sheffield Tigers 46-44 in the SGB Championship. Nikolaj Busk Jacobsen was next best with ten points in the narrow win which was in doubt until the final heat. A 5-1 for Tigers in the second last race cut...
Bruised and bloodied Josh Taylor celebrated as he claimed the IBF world super-lightweight title in a dramatic fight in Glasgow. The Tartan Tornado tamed Ivan Baranchyk, the man nicknamed The Beast, despite a crisis in round five but the 28-year-old Scot recovered quickly and knocked the title holder down twice in the sixth round. Taylor, a former Commonwealth Games gold medallist,...
Grey, leaden skies greeted the third match of five and was the one that would decide whether Canada took the series or Scotland would bounce back from their two defeats, so far, and take the match count to 2-1. Scotland got off to a good start playing...
Easter Road Stadium, Edinburgh, home of Hibernian FC
Socceroos skipper Mark Milligan will leave Hibs following tomorrow’s game against Aberdeen. Milligan arrived from Saudi Arabian side Ah-Ahli in August and quickly established himself as an influential first-team regular. A popular figure with his team-mates and staff alike, his experience, professionalism and quality was invaluable during a transitional...
Black and white Sarah and Karine Mather headshot
Scottish walking charity Paths for All is running a portrait photography competition this May and invites you to enter by sharing images and stories that capture what walking means to you. The competition is called Humans of the Walk and is part of the charity's mission to promote everyday walking.
Fiddler and composer Lauren MacColl is coming to the Queen's Hall next month with music from her album The Seer. This was commissioned by the Highland arts organisation Fèis Rois and premiered at Celtic Connections earlier in the year. It is a 45 minute long composition based on the life and prophecies...
A limited number of tickets are available as Hibs take on Aberdeen tomorrow in the final match of the 2018/19 season for Paul Heckingbottom and his side. The Ticket Office will be open from 10am until 1pm selling tickets in the Famous Five, South and West Stands. From 1pm...
Former Hibs' striker Kevin Harper will continue as manager of Albion Rovers for another year. Last November Harper became the first black, Asian or minority ethnic boss at a Scottish club since John Barnes 15-years' previously. The 43-year-old who also played for Derby and Portsmouth began...
Police have released an image of a man they wish to speak to as they believe he may be able to assist with their enquiries in relation to an assault. The incident occurred on Morrison Street, on Sunday 12th May around 5am, during which a woman was assaulted.
Easter Road Stadium, Edinburgh, home of Hibernian FC
Marvin Bartley rejected offers from England to stay in Scotland with Livingston. Earlier this week Bartley signed a pre-contract agreement with Livingston and will completes his move to the Tony Macaroni Arena on a three-year deal at the end of the season. The popular midfielder made 123 appearances for...
Team Scotland is just one of the four teams across the UK hitting the road on a 17-day mission to invite as many people as possible to join in The Big Lunch on 1 and 2 June. They will be walking for about four or five hours a day on the way to meeting people around the...
Cod, and lots of them, have been keeping anglers happy offshore and Derek Anderson of Eyemouth-based Aquamarine reports a bonanza for clients. One angler landed 17 off Spittal and fishermen also had good results just north of Berwick. Onshore, the Bass Rock Sea Angling League has re-started and David Cooper won the first match at Belhaven Bay. Cooper landed ten fish for...
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