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LPGA Tour: Charley Hull, Ryann O’Toole and Ariya Jutanugarn…

England's Charley Hull is joint-leader of the Trust Golf Women's Scottish Open going into the final round Charley Hull bolstered her hopes of ending a five-year winless run on the LPGA Tour after moving into a share of the lead heading into the final round of the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open. Hull, a two-time winner on the Ladies European Tour but without an LPGA Tour title since the 2016 CME Group Tour Championship, carded a third successive 69 at Dumbarnie Links to
Scotland coach hails team’s fighting spirit

Scotland coach hails team’s fighting spirit

Coach Steve Clarke hailed Scotland's never-say-die attitude after they twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with Austria in Thursday's (Mar 25) World Cup qualifier, a point which may prove crucial in their bid to reach the finals for the first time since 1998. John McGinn's spectacular bicycle kick five minutes from time secured a share of the spoils in the Group F match at Hampden Park as they kicked off their campaign to qualify for Qatar 2022. “We’re progressing. We can believe

England 6-11 Scotland: Finn Russell orchestrates first Scottish win…

Defending champions England clawed back six points and Russell's charge was briefly halted by a yellow card. But a resilient Scotland were undeterred and added another penalty. England had been favourites to win the tournament but, with France having opened their Six Nations with a 50-10 defeat of Italy, their chances suddenly seem much slimmer. Scotland, on the other hand, look likely to improve on last year's fourth-place finish with Wales their opponents at Murrayfield next weekend. That is one of three home games

First Case from Cricket Fraternity To Be Infected by…

Majid Haq, a Pakistan -born, former Scotland cricketer is the first cricketer to be affected by Coronavirus or COVID-19. He had himself announced on Twitter that he was tested positive by novel coronavirus and was undergoing treatment at Royal Alexandra Hospital in the Paisley area of Glasgow. He thus became the first case from the cricket fraternity to be infected by coronavirus. “Looking forward to potentially getting back home today after testing positive with coronavirus. Staff at the RAH in Paisley have been

Kenny Dalglish receives Knighthood as Liverpool legend is honoured…

Ex-Celtic, Liverpool and Scotland hero King Kenny, 67, will become Sir Kenny to mark his services to football and charity and city of Liverpool. In his playing career of 22 years, Dalgish won six First Division championships and three European Cups as a Liverpool player before guiding the club to three more league titles as a manager. He also led Blackburn Rovers to the Premier League title in 1995. He won a number of honors with Celtic at the beginning of his playing career and earned 102