Sport news today - 22nd April

HALF a million cheering spectators and 36,000 valiant runners yesterday turned the London marathon into a poignant tribute to Boston’s bomb victims

HOTHEAD Luis Suarez was last night engulfed in a second row for biting an opponent – for a SECOND time.

MOVIE tough guy Samuel L Jackson told last night how he “nearly killed” a golf fan at Scotland’s top course.

A spectator ran on the pitch and bit a player’s ear during a row at a Sunday league football match, a court heard.

NEIL LENNON won’t get the credit he deserves for securing a second successive SPL title because there’s been no Rangers to worry about.

FRASER FORSTER (Newcastle, £2m): After two previous loan spells finally snapped up permanently. Huge bargain, best Celtic keeper for years.

CELTIC have strolled to back-to-back SPL titles – but they won’t match last season’s points haul.

ST JOHNSTONE boss Steve Lomas last night branded Derek Adams a hypocrite as the Richie BRITTAIN transfer saga turned nasty.

GOAL hero Andy Dowie doesn’t feel he’s earned a championship medal with Thistle – even though he’s made 37 appearances for them.

JOHN BROWN feels vindicated over his Ibrox doorstep rant last summer on his concerns for Rangers.

DAVID VAN ZANTEN has warned his St Mirren team-mates not to get complacent.

JOHN SUTTON shot down Kilmarnock – then set his sights on claiming the family bragging rights as top scorer.

DANNY HANDLING found himself handing out silverware just 24 hours after he helped Hibs rescue their own Cup dream.

MARK REYNOLDS insists everyone at Aberdeen must prove they can be part of a successful new era under Derek McInnes – starting at Easter Road tonight.

THE scenes at the final whistle said it all for Pars.

MARTIN HARDIE knows a thing or two about winning the FIRST Division title.

PETERHEAD hero Rory McAlister wasn’t the only family member to hit the mark on Saturday.

THE Rangers fans decorated the Broomloan stand with an impressive pre-match blue flag display.

MALKY MACKAY has warned his title winners he will be ruthless preparing for life in the Premier League.

NEIL LENNON was right to nail the SFA over their decision to hammer him for swearing on the touchline.

JENSON BUTTON was livid after getting a bashing from his McLaren mate Sergio Perez.

Paul Di RESTA was gutted to miss out on third place in the Bahrain grand prix – but vowed it was only a matter of time before he nailed a podium.

STEPHEN HENDRY insists Ronnie O’Sullivan has to knuckle down to stand any chance of eclipsing his impressive record of seven world titles.

SCOTT HARRISON has no intention of giving up on his dream of winning a third world title.

CRAIG CHALMERS was in tears last night after a heart breaking end to his career in Scottish rugby.

ALEX FERGUSON believes today’s Manchester United side deserves comparison with his very best.

STEWART MILNE fears Scottish football will soon be sunk if drastic changes aren’t passed.

TERRY BUTCHER took his Inverness players for a fish supper – after they were battered at Parkhead.

NEIL LENNON has urged his SPL champions to stick around for title No 3.

(Read full article in today’s SUN)

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