Sports News

This is an archive of all our posts about the latest main sports news in Scotland.




Recent Posts

  • Scotland 60-14 Tonga: Kyle Steyn scores four of Scots’ 10 tries BBC SCOTLAND REPORT: “Kyle Steyn became the first Scotland player to score four tries in a match for 26 years as Gregor Townsend’s side opened their autumn series with a 10-try defeat of Tonga.

  • Scotland are close to securing a world cup play off place after defeating Israel and The Faroe Islands respectively. The mens national team are second in their group and avoiding defeat next month against Moldova should secure A world Cup play off spot.

  • Scotland have kept alive hopes of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup Finals in Quatar, with an outstanding away win in Austria.

  • Scotland’s womens team added a second world cup qualifying win with a straightforwad victory over the Faroe Islands. Scotland, who opened their account last week with a victory in Hungary are now joint top of the group with Spain. Both teams have 6 points from the first two games.

  • Scotland’s first appearance at a major mens finals in 23 years has ended after the group stage of Euro 2020. After a disappointing first result where Scotland were defeated 2-0 by The Czech Republic, honour and good feeling was restored by a creditable 0-0 draw with England at Wembley. That result set Scotland and Croatia up for a winner take all head-to-head where the victor would progress to the knockout stages of the tournament.

  • Glasgow City have won The Scottish Womens Premier League for the 14th consecutive season after a close run season with Celtic and Rangers respectively.

  • Scottish Athlete Eilidh Doyle has announced her retirement from competitive athletics. Scotland’s most decorated track & field athlete represented Great Britain at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, and won an Olympic bronze medal in the 4 x 400 metres relay at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.

  • Mighty Thunder claims thrilling Scottish Grand National win for Scottish Based trainer Lucinda Russell. BBC Report: ‘Mighty Thunder produced a late surge to claim a thrilling victory in the Scottish Grand National at Ayr. Runner-up Dingo Dollar led with two fences to go before Mighty Thunder, ridden by Tom Scudamore and trained by Lucinda Russell, snatched the win. It is the first time since 2012 that a Scottish trainer has won the race.

  • You Tube highlights from the weekend action in the Scottish Football Premier League. Wins For rangers, Celtic, Aberdeen, Livingston and Hibs.

  • SPFL You Tube highlights from the weekend action in the Scottish Football Premier League. Wins For Celtic, Motherwell, Dundee Utd, Kilmarnock and Ross County. Hibs and Rangers draw at Easter Road.

  • (17 Sept 2020) Scottish Athletes Laura Muir and Jemma Reekie are having an oustanding 2020 season winning numerous top races at the top world athletics meetings.

  • (3 March 2020) – Watch highlights of Stirling County v Boroughmuir Bears (36-34) and Heriot’s Rugby v Ayrshire Bulls (26-15) in Round 10 of the FOSROC Super6.

  • (6 March 2020) – Edinburgh defeat Cardiff Blues to extend lead at the top. Leinster thrash Glasgow Warriors in one sided affair. Edinburgh 14-6 Cardiff Blues Edinburgh ground out an ugly win over Cardiff Blues to stretch their lead at the top of Pro14 Conference B.

  • (2 March 2020) – Highlights of the weekend’s Scottish Cup Quarter final Ties. Aberdeen, Celtic, Hearts and Hibs all progress to the Semi-Finals.

  • (20 Feb 2020) – Highlights and news from this weeks two Scottish Cup Fith Round replays which saw victories for Aberdeen and St Mirren as well as two extra time periods and fifteen goals in total. Aberdeen struck twice in the final two minutes of extra time to knock out Kilmarnock in a belatedly thrilling Scottish Cup replay and set up a quarter-final with St Mirren.

  • (20 Feb 2020) – Watch highlights of Watsonians Rugby v Heriot’s Rugby (24-21) and Southern Knights v Stirling County (31-10) in round 9 of FOSROC Super6.

  • (19 Feb 2020) – BBC Report: Jemma Reekie beat world champion Halimah Nakaayi over 800m in France to record her second IAAF World Indoor Series win in five days. The Scot won in two minutes and 0.34 seconds to beat the Ugandan – who won gold in Doha in October – in Lievin.

  • (2 Feb 2020) Jemma Reekie and Laura Muir land wins at Muller GP in Glasgow Laura Muir won the 1000m at the Muller GP but missed out on the World Record held by Maria Mutola. The Scot was shooting for 2:30.94 but had to settle for coming home in 2:33.47 after a long solo run.

  • (17 Feb 2020) – Glasgow Warriors registered eight tries to secure a resounding bonus-point win against Zebre in Pro14 Conference A. Edinburgh battle to 14-9 win at Scarlets in Storm Dennis.

  • (17 Feb 2020) – Highlights of the weekend’s Scottish Premier League games as Celtic maintain their lead at the top of the table. At the foot of the table Hearts and Hamilton remain in the bottom two positions after a 2-2 draw.

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    (27 June 2019) BBC Report: Andy Murray’s dream comeback from potentially career-ending hip surgery ended with a fairytale triumph with playing partner Feliciano Lopez in the doubles at Queen’s. Briton Murray and Spain’s Lopez beat Briton Joe Salisbury and American Rajeev Ram 7-6 (8-6) 5-7 10-5.

  • (26 Jun 2019) – BBC Report: Scotland are out of the Women’s World Cup after a twice-taken added-time penalty gave Argentina a dramatic draw. The Scots needed to win and Kim Little turned in their opener with Jen Beattie and Erin Cuthbert netting from corners. It was 3-2 after Milagros Menendez scored and a Florencia Bonsegundo shot went in via the bar and Lee Alexander.