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No sign of brakes put on year of glory as Katie takes another London win

Milngavie’s Katie Archibald retained her title as queen of Six Day London with another dominant performance on the final day to pick up a second crown in a row.

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The Scotland amputee football squad all set to take on the Netherlands this Saturday.

Thistle amputee footballers prepare for first ever Scotland international

Players from Partick Thistle’s amputee football team will fly the flag for Scotland when they make their international bow this Saturday.

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Milngavie cyclist Anna Shackley

Anna aims Higher to go with cycle victories

Nobody would blame Milngavie’s Anna Shackley for letting her grades slip while she chases a career as a professional cyclist.

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North Lanarkshire war veteran Scott wins Invictus medal treble

North Lanarkshire war veteran Scott wins Invictus medal treble

An injured veteran has scooped a hat-trick of medals at the Invictus Games in Toronto.

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Angus Moulsdale celebrates winning the IAME X30 European Karting Championship Trophy in Italy.

Bearsden youngster Angus is European karting champion

Bearsden teenager Angus Mouldsale has been crowned the X30 European Karting Champion for 2017.

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West captain Jamie McAulay bursts through supported by fellow back-rower Craig McCall (pic by John Cameron).

Peebles prove too strong for West of Scotland

West of Scotland suffered another away day disappointment when they were beaten by Peebles in their BT National Division 2 clash on Saturday.

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Scott Booth, now head coach of Glasgow City, believes change should be resisted at all levels of the Scotland set-up

Scott Booth: Scotland must stick with manager and the plan

Genetically modifying Scottish footballers isn’t what Scott Booth believes is required to alter the qualifying fortunes of the country. Change should be resisted on all levels in the Scotland set-up is the firm belief of the 22-times capped former SFA youth coach.

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Glasgow Tigers are trying to retain the KO Cup (pic by Ian Adam)

Glasgow Tigers take slender lead to Newcastle in KO Cup

A late fightback from Newcastle Diamonds kept them within two points of Glasgow in the KO Cup quarter-final - to set up a tight second leg on Monday night.

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Bearsden powerlifter Mark Macqueen on the podium after adding the Commonwealth championship to his World and European titles

Bearsden lifter powers to another major title victory

Bearsden powerlifter Mark Macqueen has completed a remarkable year by adding the Commonwealth title to his World and European crowns.

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Chris Martin scored the only goal of the game. Picture Michael Gillen.

Scotland 1 Slovakia 0: Martin makes it three in a row for Strachan’s side

Scotland’s World Cup hopes hung by a thread, but now they might just weave their way to Russia after all.

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Newcastle's Robert Lambert leads Aaron Summers (Pic by Ian Adam)

Glasgow Tigers rely on guests to help them retain cup

Glasgow Tigers skipper Aaron Summers says the team will treat a host of guest riders like their own on Friday night as they launch their bid to retain the KO Cup.

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Calum Tait is bound for the Gold Coast next year

Swimming trio earn places in Commonwealth Games team

Milngavie pair Calum Tait and Jack Thorpe and Balfron’s Ross Murdoch are all off to next year’s Commonwealth Games.

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Robbie Greenhalgh breaks through the defence and heads for the try-line  (pic by John Cameron).

West 29 Preston Lodge 12: West weather storm to take win

West of Scotland were 29-12 winners over Preston Lodge in their BT National League Division 2 clash at a sodden Burnbrae on Saturday.

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British Cycling, in partnership with UK Sport and Manchester City Council, can today confirm that Manchesters HSBC UK National Cycling Centre will host a round of the 2017-18 Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup later this year. The National Lottery-funded event will take place from 10-12 November at the home of British Cycling and the Great Britain Cycling Team, with the worlds premier track cycling series returning to Manchester for the first time since 2013. �Sportsbeat/Roberto Payne all rights reserved, no use without prior permission, please contact picturedesk@sportsbeat.co.uk for more information

World champion Katie still getting used to some wear over rainbow

Five months have passed since she could don the rainbow stripes but, for Katie Archibald, the pressure of being individual world champion is not set to disappear any time soon.

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Glasgow Tigers have it all to do in their second leg against Sheffield (pic by Ian Adam).

Speedway: Tigers up against it after Sheffield setback

Glasgow Tigers will have to produce their biggest performance of the season to overhaul Sheffield and make the SGB Championship playoffs final.

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James Sarjeant hopes to play a major role for Glasgow Tigers (pic by Ian Adam).

Glasgow Tigers steeled for Sheffield play-off semi-final

James Sarjeant returns to a Glasgow racejacket this week - and says he's ready to play a major part in the Tigers' push for the title.

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Lenzie on the attack against Strathendrick (pic by Jamie Forbes).

Late score gives Strathendrick victory at Lenzie

Lenzie went down 21-17 at home to Strathendrick in their BT West Division 2 match on Saturday.

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Mark Zoma is swept off his feet by the force of a Whitecraigs tackle (pic by John Cameron)

West of Scotland take win against city rivals Whitecraigs

West made it two wins from three National Division 2 games so far this season by seeing off Whitecraigs at Burnbrae on Saturday.

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Glasgow Tigers skipper Aaron Summers (pic by Ian Adam)

Glasgow Tigers book play-off place despite home loss

Aaron Summers said it was job done for Glasgow Tigers as they made the playoffs - despite a third home defeat in two weeks on Sunday.

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