Sports news today - 8th April

INJURED Grand National winner Ryan Mania told fans he was “grand” yesterday – despite being airlifted to hospital 24 hours after his triumph.

CHARLES GREEN and Craig White texted each other to CELEBRATE just minutes after the Rangers takeover was sealed.

LEE ROBINSON feared being SENT OFF during the heroic shootout display that won the Ramsdens Cup for Queen of the South.

THIS time last year Hibs were scrapping for their lives.

JAMES McPAKE claims finishing in the top six would not have been good enough for Hibs.

JAMIE LANGFIELD knew the Dons had blown it big time after United’s goal at the death grabbed them a top-six spot.

HE was once banned by the SFA for supposedly telling Motherwell’s fans where to go.

THEY will parade the League Cup to a group of supporters at a function this week.

DUNDEE may be doomed to relegation but it doesn’t mean that the future can’t be bright.

RYAN STEVENSON feels anything but a Hearts captain when he thinks back to his acrimonious split from the Gorgie club last season.

LEE ROBINSON was spot on to win the Queen’s Ramsdens Cup – saving three penalties and even SCORING one.

SCOTTISH football may be in a bit of a mess but at least it’s clean.

STRIKER Jane Ross was the star as Scotland beat Wales at East End Park yesterday.

RANGER’S keeper Blair Currie has jetted off to Abu Dhabi to play for CELTIC.

THIS time last year I thought I drove a banger.

PAUL LAURIE will never forget the moment Sandy Lyle sank the winning putt at Augusta in 1988.

PAOLO DI CANIO warned his players to expect a short, sharp shock after sliding deep into relegation trouble with this defeat.

Two clinical Kris Commons finishes had Celtic coasting inside an hour, as hopeless Hibs turned in a horror show.

HE has talked the talk, now Ally McCoist has promised to make sure Charles Green walks the walk.

(Read the full article in today’s Sun)

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