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Aberdeen midfielder Peter Pawlett hoping recent exploits can earn more game time

Peter Pawlett hopes his match-winning strike against Kilmarnock will convince Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes to give him some regular action.

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Scotland boss Vern Cotter handed squad fitness boost

Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has been handed an RBS 6 Nations fitness boost after a clutch of his struggling players declared themselves fit to face Wales.

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Paul Di Resta retained as Williams' reserve driver

Britain's Paul Di Resta has been retained by Williams as their reserve driver for the forthcoming Formula One campaign.

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Rangers stepping up search for new manager

Rangers will this week step up their search for a new boss and a director of football following Sunday's shambolic defeat at Dundee.

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SFA poised to name new head of coaching

A new Scottish Football Association head of coaching will be appointed in "a week or so", performance director Malky Mackay has confirmed.

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Rangers should treat remaining Premiership games like Old Firm battles - Murty

Caretaker boss Graeme Murty reckons Rangers need to treat each of their 13 remaining Premiership games like an Old Firm battle if they are to save their European ambitions.

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Hearts boss Ian Cathro refuses to cede advantage to Hibs ahead of replay

Ian Cathro insists the William Hill Scottish Cup advantage has not swung from Hearts to Hibernian ahead of their Easter Road replay.

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Richard Cockerill to become new Edinburgh coach in summer

Former Leicester boss Richard Cockerill will become Edinburgh's new head coach this summer, the Guinness PRO12 outfit have announced.

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Trump-owned Turnberry remains on Open rota

Nothing that Donald Trump has done since becoming President of the United States has changed the prospects of his Turnberry course hosting the Open Championship, according to the R&A.

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Great Britain's Davis Cup clash against France to be played on indoor clay

Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against France will be played on indoor clay in Rouen, the French Tennis Federation has announced.

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Lee McCulloch bemoans late goals as Kilmarnock lose to Aberdeen

Lee McCulloch admitted he could not bear to watch the two late goals that denied him an opening victory in his second spell as Kilmarnock caretaker manager.

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James Forrest happy for Celtic to win ugly

James Forrest was happy for Celtic to demonstrate a less exciting side to their game in their 2-0 win over Motherwell at Parkhead on Saturday.

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Frustration for Britain's women at Track World Cup

Great Britain narrowly missed out on two medals on the final day of the Track World Cup in Cali.

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Steven MacLean reveals recipe behind St Johnstone's Highlands success

Steven MacLean believes the secret to St Johnstone's remarkable away record in the Highlands this season has been their overnight stays in the tourist resort of Aviemore, courtesy of the club's chairman.

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Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald staying calm after climb to sixth place

Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald refused to get carried away after his team leapt into sixth place in the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership after a 2-0 home victory over Hamilton.

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World number two Stuart Bingham to play Judd Trump in Welsh Open final

Stuart Bingham whitewashed Robert Milkins 6-0 to secure a place in Sunday's Coral Welsh Open final in Cardiff against Judd Trump.

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Celtic make it 31 games without defeat this season as Motherwell are beaten

Celtic extended their unbeaten domestic run since the start of the season to 31 games with a comfortable 2-0 Ladbrokes Premiership win over Motherwell at Parkhead.

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Dundee United through to IRN-BRU Cup final after holding off Queen of the South

Dundee United held off a second-half fightback by Queen of the South to book their place in the IRN-BRU Cup final with a 3-2 win at Palmerston.

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Hearts held as Walker misses penalty

Substitute Jamie Walker's missed penalty cost Hearts the chance to move within three points of Rangers as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Inverness at Tynecastle.

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Graeme Murty says he has given Rangers game against Dundee plenty of thought

Rangers caretaker boss Graeme Murty admits Sunday's clash with Dundee has been consuming his every waking moment.

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