Sports news today - Monday 1st April

Scotland face a mini Calcutta Cup showdown with the Auld Enemy England as they bid to make the knock-stages of the Emirates Airlines Glasgow Sevens.

Scott Harrison vowed to win back his world crown – more than SEVEN YEARS after the last of his ten WBO featherweight title bouts.

Braehead Clan, Edinburgh Capitals and Fife Flyers all crashed out of the Elite League Play-Offs on a night of heartbreak for Scottish ice hockey.

In snooker, Neil Robertson revved up for the Crucible with a first China Open title.
It’s official . . . Andy Murray is the second best tennis player on the planet.

SCOTLAND’S hope of getting to Brazil are gone.

Rangers learned they’d won the Third Division title on the way backfrom their goalless draw with Montrose on Saturday.

Neil Lennon yesterday boiled over yesterday and admitted he has been biting his tongue for months over the standard of the SPL’S refs.

MADDENING, whistler (referee) Bobby drives everyone bonkers with three shocking calls.

Lee McCulloch insists sealing the Division Three championship was his best title win ever.

(Read the full article in todays Sun)

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