Participation of women in sport

By Ada Adamczak The rate of young female participation in sport has been dropping for ages now with around 40% of young girls dropping from sports activity by the age of 18. As Scportsscotland states. “Almost half of adult women in Scotland (43%) participate in little or no sport at all and 79% of girls aged 8-15 did not see being fit and healthy as … Continue reading Participation of women in sport

Scottish Women in Sports award event

A Scottish Women in Sports award event took place in Glasgow on Friday November 10th. It was the fourth annual gathering hosted by the Scottish Women in Sports in cooperation with Qualified Teacher Status. The event brought together women and men associated with women sports, to celebrate the successful year for female sport in Scotland. 2017 has shown that women’s place in sport should not … Continue reading Scottish Women in Sports award event

Scottish football fans on who should be the next Rangers manager [VIDEO]

Scottish football fans speculate on who should take over from sacked gaffer Pedro Caixinha at the Ibrox club. Caixinha was dismissed 10 days ago and Graeme Murty has taken charge of the club, winning his two games in control, on an interim basis. WATCH BELOW: Continue reading Scottish football fans on who should be the next Rangers manager [VIDEO]

Ayr GOLD CUP cancellation disappointing says William Hill PR member

  By Stuart Reid Horse racing PR member at William Hill, Rupert Adams, has branded the cancellation of last weekends Ayr gold cup as “disappointing”. “The Cancellation of the Ayr Gold Cup was extremely disappointing. However, in our game you expect that maybe 1 in 20 or 30 might have this fate. It was bad for us that in this case, that 1 was the … Continue reading Ayr GOLD CUP cancellation disappointing says William Hill PR member

Anderlecht Vs Celtic – Preview

  By Tom Mackinnon Celtic face Anderlecht tomorrow in what is already deemed to be a vital match for both sides. The importance of this Champions League group-stage match isn’t lost on RockSport radio’s Hamish Carton. “It’s not quite a must win yet, well it’s must win if we want qualification through to the round of 16 but I don’t think anyone is thinking along … Continue reading Anderlecht Vs Celtic – Preview

No evidence for Rugby contact ban says Ayr President

By Stuart Reid President of Ayr Rugby Club, Billy McHarg believes that there is no need for a ban on contact rugby and there are ways around the problems. Rugby is a sport known worldwide for its hard tackling and physical nature. It is something that is taught from a young age to help children enhance their skills in the game. That all may be … Continue reading No evidence for Rugby contact ban says Ayr President