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Tonga prop Siua Halanukonuka signs for Glasgow

Tonga prop Siua Halanukonuka has signed a two-year deal at Glasgow Warriors.

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Wrist injury forces Sussex batsman Matt Machan to retire aged 26

Sussex batsman Matt Machan has been forced to retire from professional cricket at the age of 26 due to a wrist injury.

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Great Britain eye more World Championships medals after success in qualifying

Great Britain will be seeking further medal success on Friday's sixth day of the World Championships in Budapest after the men's 4x200 metres freestyle relay team qualified in second place.

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John Doig targets Scotland success at the Commonwealth Games

Team Scotland chef de mission John Doig is targeting a record tartan tally at the 2018 Commonwealth Games - but admits they will struggle to match their Glasgow medal rush.

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I'll always prefer to buy home-grown players - Hibs manager Neil Lennon

Hibernian boss Neil Lennon admits he still prefers to buy British despite snapping up two Lithuanian bargains.

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Scotland Sevens boss John Dalziel not worried about merged GB team

Scotland Sevens coach John Dalziel believes Murrayfield chiefs are ready to resist moves to force his side to join a merged Great Britain outfit.

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Alan Archibald getting best out of me - Blair Spittal

Partick Thistle new boy Blair Spittal believes Alan Archibald is getting the best out of him - because he has finally worked out his best position.

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Scotland goalkeeper Gemma Fay hits back at critics after 'proud' performance

Goalkeeper Gemma Fay relished proving Scotland's doubters wrong as her colleagues bowed out of Euro 2017 with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Spain.

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Motherwell midfielder Carl McHugh enjoying his football again

Carl McHugh has a new perspective on football following initial months of misery at Motherwell.

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Derek McInnes praises Graeme Shinnie after his goal gives Aberdeen narrow lead

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hailed Graeme Shinnie after his skipper gave them a Europa League advantage with a brilliant winner against Apollon Limassol.

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Graeme Shinnie gives Aberdeen European advantage

Graeme Shinnie struck a majestic winner as Aberdeen recorded a 2-1 Europa League victory over Apollon Limassol at Pittodrie.

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Harald Brattbakk believes Celtic hold edge over Rosenborg despite first leg draw

Harald Brattbakk believes Celtic still have the edge over Rosenborg despite the Hoops drawing a blank when his two former clubs met in the first leg of their Champions League qualifier at Parkhead.

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Ross Murdoch is glad to be back in the mix for medals in Budapest

Ross Murdoch is relishing being in the World Championships medal mix after Great Britain missed out on a podium place on day five in Budapest.

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Richard McEvoy tames 'monster' course to excel in Hamburg

England's Richard McEvoy tamed a "monster" course to keep his game in top gear by claiming a share of the lead on day one of the Porsche European Open.

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Karrie Webb carries the fight to rivals with opening round 65 at Dundonald Links

Australia's Karrie Webb carded a superb 65 to claim a narrow lead after the opening round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open.

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Scotland knocked out of Euro 2017 despite beating Spain

Caroline Weir's first-half strike was not enough to send Scotland into the knockout stages of Euro 2017 despite the fact her smash-and-grab goal settled a 1-0 victory over Spain in Deventer.

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Six additions take British squad for World Championships to 87

British Athletics has added six more athletes to its team for next month's IAAF World Championships in London.

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SFA given FIFA fine

FIFA has fined the Scottish Football Association £4,000 after the Tartan Army booed the English national anthem in the World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park in June.

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Scotland Women boss Anna Signeul is still confident of reaching last eight

Head coach Anna Signeul remains confident that Scotland Women can reach the knockout stage of Euro 2017 despite losing their first two Group D matches.

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SPFL says it has no legal power to reopen its probe into Rangers tax case

The Scottish Professional Football League insists it has no legal power to reopen its probe into the Rangers tax case but the organisation backed calls for an independent review into how the affair was handled.

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