Larkhall teen cycles against cystic stigma

By Lewis Kemp A 15-year-old boy with cystic fibrosis took on and conquered one of the world’s toughest mountain bike races – the Strathpuffer 24-hour event. Cameron Anderson, from Larkhall, competed in alpine and sub-zero conditions over the weekend of the 20th to 21st January for the junior section of the Royal Albert cycling club, the Clydesdale Colts. Cameron was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at … Continue reading Larkhall teen cycles against cystic stigma

EIHL Scottish weekend round up

By Sanjeev Mann It WAS a mixed weekend for The Braehead Clan as they returned to Glasgow with a win and a loss from Manchester. Braehead came out with a 4-3 victory on Saturday night but fell to a disappointing 5-2 loss a day later at the Silver Blades Ice rink. It was ex-Clan coach Ryan Finnerty who ended the weekend on winning terms after … Continue reading EIHL Scottish weekend round up

Scottish Cup Preview: Albion Rovers vs St Johnstone

By Jonny Clark ALBION ROVERS are ready for their Scottish Cup fourth round tie at the third time of asking as they prepare to take on St Johnstone at Cliftonhill tonight (Monday Jan 29). Rovers had matches postponed on Saturday and Tuesday of last week, but the pitch is now ready for the arrival of the Premiership side. Brian Kerr’s Albion currently sit eighth in … Continue reading Scottish Cup Preview: Albion Rovers vs St Johnstone

No Boxing Video Game Since 2011 Despite Demand From Fans

By Jamie Glover Despite critical success and furious demand from fans, EA sports are yet to release a follow up to the wildly popular Fight Night Series. Boxing games have been some of the most popular and entertaining sports games on the market. At the top of the pile has always been the EA Sports franchise – Fight Night. Their most recent instalment in the … Continue reading No Boxing Video Game Since 2011 Despite Demand From Fans

Gilmour eyes further progression in the Scottish Open Grand Prix

By Chris Macmillan. THE 2017 Scottish Open Grand Prix in badminton continues today at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, and Scottish singles hopes rest on the shoulders of two-time runner-up and number one seed Kirsty Gilmour. The Scottish Open Grand Prix is the third oldest Championships in world badminton and has been held at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow since 2012, and has gained a … Continue reading Gilmour eyes further progression in the Scottish Open Grand Prix

Celtic out to get revenge in Betfred Cup Final

By Lewis Birrell SCOTT BROWN reckons Celtic will seek revenge against Motherwell for Wednesday night’s Paris St Germain heartache.  Despite a promising start from the Glaswegians, the French giants dished out a humbling 7-1 defeat. With Sunday’s Betfred Cup final against Motherwell on the horizon, Brendan Rodgers’ side need to recover quickly. Captain, Scott Brown, plans to take their frustrations out on the Lanarkshire side. … Continue reading Celtic out to get revenge in Betfred Cup Final

Milne: ‘Del going nowhere’

By Ryan Crombie Stewart Milne, in an exclusive interview with RedTV has said ‘Derek McInnes is going nowhere.’ The Aberdeen FC chairman has put speculation surrounding the future of manager Derek McInnes to bed after weeks of uncertainty. “Derek made his position very clear to me,” Milne told RedTV. “He has no intentions of going anywhere. He loves this club, he knows he’s loved, he … Continue reading Milne: ‘Del going nowhere’

Scots aim for victory at Players Championship

By Tom Mackinnon Robert Thornton, John Henderson, Peter Wright and Gary Anderson all throw their first darts of the tournament today, with the first ties starting at 1245. Peter Wright will be hoping to better his performance of semi-finalist this year at the Butlins Minehead Resort in Somerset. Last year’s champion Michael Van Gerwen will be hope to retain his crown, in what would be … Continue reading Scots aim for victory at Players Championship