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

Strong Scottish contingent in the field at British Masters

By Ryan Crombie The British Masters tees off at the Close House golf club this week and after a successful European tour event in Portugal for Scottish golf in general, the eight Scottish participants will be eyeing up a top spot in Newcastle over the coming days. Scottish golf official and spokesperson, Ed Hodge says it is fantastic to see so many Scots represented in … Continue reading Strong Scottish contingent in the field at British Masters

Ross raves about Celtic-kid’s debut for St Mirren

By Tom Mackinnon  JACK ROSS was full of praise after the Celtic loanee, Jamie McCart’s debut in an impressive 3-1 win against Queen of the South on Sunday.  McCart arrived on a 93-day emergency loan from Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic on Friday, where he had been captain of the U/20s. He arrives at St Mirren as a result of injuries to first choice central defenders Harry Davis and Gary … Continue reading Ross raves about Celtic-kid’s debut for St Mirren

Celtic can beat Anderlecht – believes Belgian sports writer

By Jan Willem Spaans Belgian football writer, Raf Willems believes Celtic will come out on top when they travel to face Belgian champions Anderlecht for Wednesday’s Champions League tie. Both sides come into this game on the back of heavy defeats to Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain respectively. With the two powerhouses overwhelming favourites to occupy the two top spots in Group B, the showdown in Brussels … Continue reading Celtic can beat Anderlecht – believes Belgian sports writer

Preview: Manchester City versus Celtic

By Christopher Duffy  In the grand scale of the Champions League, never has a match been so insignificant, but yet so significant at the same time. As Celtic prepare to take on Manchester City in their Group C swan song at the Etihad Stadium tonight, it’s all about pride. But not only is it a matter of pride for Celtic, but a matter of making … Continue reading Preview: Manchester City versus Celtic

Liam Fox: Hearts are in a ‘fantastic place’

By Lewis Kemp COWDENBEATH manager Liam Fox believes Hearts are in a ‘fantastic place’ following the news that Ian Cathro will become the man to replace Robbie Neilson in the Tynecastle hotseat. Ian Cathro was announced as Neilson’s replacement late last night- leaving his coaching duties at Newcastle to sign a three-and-half-year deal with the Jambos. And Fox believes the 30-year-old is taking over a … Continue reading Liam Fox: Hearts are in a ‘fantastic place’