Sports news today - Friday 29th March

Seven footie aces were sacked by crisis club Dunfermline yesterday..

Troubled Paul Gascoigne has replaced his life-threatening booze addiction with SWEETS.

Sickened darts superstar Phil ‘The Power Taylor’ was spat on last night by a lout at a Scots tournament.

A Drunken teenage Celtic yob was fined £500 for belting out . . . The Billy Boys

Golf fans short of a bed for the Open can book into a £400 -a- night steel shipping crates.

FORMER Rangers ace Peter Lovenkrands hopes to pocket big money after putting his luxury mansion up for sale
It’s lights out and action time at Knockhill next weekend – when the first round of the Scottish Motor Racing Club championships begins.

British touring car champ GORDON SHEDDEN heads into Brands Hatch this weekend with the No1 proudly displayed on his car - and he has no intention of giving it up.

ANDY MURRAY cranked up the heat on his rivals to move into the semi-finals with straight sets win over Marin Cilic.

A spectacular video promoting the new speedway season has been banned.

There’s no racecards in today’s paper . . . never has been on Good Friday.

ROBERT THORNTON turned in the performance of his life and then admitted :”I did it for my mum.”

Cricket Scotland has launched a new PRO Series to help develop the country’s top players.

The title hopes of Ronnie ‘The Shark’ Clark have been beached by injury.

David Haye has revealed he plotted his comeback rumble while he was in the jungle.

Jon Daly knows exactly what the snipers are saying as he weighs up the prospect of a summer move to Rangers.

Craig Brown admits his 40 year reputation for keeping cool is in real danger tomorrow.

Aberdeen and Rangers are set to battle it out for Murray Davidson’s signature.

The SFA have agreed a compensation fee with axed Craig Levein.

Pat Fenlon recons Scotland are struggling right now because they don’t have the luck of the Irish.

The landscape of Scottish football could be about to change forever as launch of SPL 2 edges closer.

Gary Locke knows what it’s like to lose his job when a club goes into administration.

Another weekend coming up with sport.

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