Sports news today - 9th April

RYDER CUP hero Colin Montgomerie recons Tiger Woods has got his drive for success back – even though his driving isn’t up to scratch.

SCOTLAND’S women will face seven – times Euro champs Germany and Iceland in June.
DEREK McINNES plans to embark on a summer of love at new club Aberdeen.

PAT FENLON has branded Hib’s bottom-six finish a failure as he bids to pick the layers up for Saturday’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Falkirk.

JIMMY BOYLE says he and chairman Jim Ballantyne will be hurting just as much as the Airdrie fans if they are relegated tonight.

HE won a legendary title Rangers supporters will be talking about for decades.

MORRICE ROSS has taken charge of his first game as manager – in the Norwegian fourth division.

DICK CAMPBELL is confident Forfar’s play-off push won’t come a cropper on Brechin’s dodgy Glebe Park tonight.

HEARTS have joined the race for Motherwell winger Chris Humphrey.

ON January 28th SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster emerged from a crunch meeting to reveal agreement in principle had been reached on a new 12-12-18 set up.

SERGIO AGUERO restored Manchester City’s pride with a stunning derby winner.

DEREK YOUNG has urged Queen of the South’s youngsters to savour their double triumph – because it took him 16 YEARS to win anything.

NICKY CLARK insists double winners Queen of the South can challenge for a place in the SPL next season.

ALAN ARCHIBALD admits he’d take a win against Morton in tomorrow’s title crunch over the Ramsdens Cup any day.

AARON MUIRHEAD last night opened his heart on his Ramsdens Cup head-butt shame and admitted : Iv’e let everyone down.

ST MIRREN chef Stewart Gilmour has been accused of wrecking league reconstruction plans through self-interest.

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