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Glasgow Tigers seek home improvements against

Glasgow Tigers rider Paul Stark says his side's new home track at Ashfield is so wide open you need eyes in the back of your head.

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View from the stands as Scotland take on Brazil in 1982

What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

One of the lucky ones, sports writer Ian MacLean is the only member of the Johnston Press Weeklies Sport department to follow Scotland at a World Cup.
Ross and official mascot Bonnie the Seal launch the partnership between Strathmore Water and Glasgow 2018.

Swiming star Murdoch backs Glasgow 2018 Games to be a winner

The countdown is well and truly on to Glasgow 2018 - with swimming star Ross Murdoch one of those hoping to make waves.

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Glasgow Tigers rider Lewis Kerr will be out to wow the crowds against Scottish rivals Edinburgh (pic by George Mutch)

Glasgow Tigers set for massive weekend of speedway action

Glasgow Tigers speedway boss Cami Brown claims the Scottish derby will top the bill for thrills this weekend in a huge few days for sport across Europe.

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Jayne Gilkes receives her award from Valerie Morris and Bearsden Tennis Club president Josie Beeley.

Bearsden Tennis Club all set to serve up summer programme

An Open Day this Saturday will mark the start of what is hoped will be another enjoyable summer at Bearsden Tennis Club.

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A Dumfries player resorts to  a shirt tug to stop a West attack. (pic by John Cameron)

West of Scotland on brink of drop from Division 2

West of Scotland are on the brink of relegation from National Division 2 after suffering a crushing defeat at Dumfries Saints on Saturday.

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Kaz Cuthbert captained Scotland to seventh place in Australia (pic by Jeff Holmes/JSHPIX.CO)

Seventh place finish for Western Wildcats pair on Gold Coast

Scotland's ladies hockey team, captained by Western Wildcats' Kaz Cuthbert, have finished seventh in the Commonwealth Games.

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A distressed John Archibald is treated after his terrifying crash (pic by Jeff Holmes)

Archibald in race crash drama at the Commonwealth Games

Milngavie cycling star John Archibald almost crashed out of the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday.

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John Lambie (pic by Ian Georgeson)

Partick legend John Lambie dies

Former Partick Thistle and Hamilton manager John Lambie has passed away.

Relay bronze medal winner Jack Thorpe (pic by Craig Watson)

Milngavie swimmer Thorpe wins Commonwealth Games bronze

Milngavie swimmer Jack Thorpe has won a bronze medal in 4x100 metres freestyle relay at the Commonwealth Games.
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Kaz Cuthbert is captaining the Scotland hockey team at the Commonwealth Games (pic by JSHPIX.CO)

Kaz proud despite Scots being held by Canada in Gold Coast

Western Wildcats' Kareena Cuthbert believes Scotland's ladies hockey side deserved better than a goalless draw in their second Commonwealth Games match.

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Double medal winners John and Katie Archibald

Archibalds land fantastic Commonwealth Games medal double

Brother and sister Katie and John Archibald have both won medals in their first events at the at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

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John and Katie Archibald are on the track on Friday

Archibalds ready to fly the flag for Scotland at Gold Coast Games

As he prepares to make his Commonwealth Games bow for Scotland, John Archibald admits he still has to pinch himself when he reflects on his rapid rise in track cycling.

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Rob Harwood was on target for Scotland against South Africa (pic by JSHPIX.CO)

Mixed fortunes for Western Wildcats hockey stars in Gold Coast

Milngavie hockey player Rob Harwood got his Commonwealth Games off to a dream start as he helped Scotland to an opening day win.

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Ross Murdoch had to settle for silver (pic by Craig Watson)

Gold Coast silver for Murdoch and seventh place for Tait

Former Balfon High School pupil Ross Murdoch just failed in his bid to retain his Commonwealth Games 200 metres breaststroke title.
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Beth Potter was the first Scot in action at the Gold Coast (pic by JSHPIX.CO)

Beth Potter finishes 12th in Commonwealth triathlon

Bearsden's Beth Potter finished 12th in the triathlon on the opening day of the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

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Beth Potter is poised to make Scottish Commonwealth Games history

Local stars hope to sparkle in Gold Coast Games

The waiting is finally over and the action is under way at last in the 21st Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast.

Brett Wild and Millie Knight won the Sporting Teamwork award at the Nordoff Robbins Scottish Sporting Awards (pic  Alice Hadden, Nordoff Robbins Scotland)

Bearsden ski star Brett wins top teamwork award

Triple Paralympic medal winner Brett Wild, from Bearsden, picked up another award at last week’s Nordoff Robbins Scotland Awards.

Nathaniel Collins (right) is preparing for the Commonwealth Games with Team Scotland

Collins ready to launch his bid for Gold Coast glory

Boxer Nathaniel Collins reckons he’s now as ready as he’ll ever be to follow Charlie Flynn as Commonwealth Games champion.

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