Sports news today - Monday 25th March

Tennis hero Andy Murray has netted official VIP tournament passes – for his DOGS.

These young runners look happy to win dirty-as they tackle Scotland’s grimiest race.

Go to AYR races for just £9.50.

Pars diehard Paul Gallacher choked back tears as he admitted the club he loves could be dead by 5pm tonight.

Patrick Thistle striker James Craigen last night warned promotions rivals: We’re heading for the SPL.

Scott Taggart helped keep Morton top of the table with a rare strike and beamed: I only score when it matters.

Stewart McCall held the title in Rangers’ nine in a row side.

The problem for Rangers is that it was Stirling players who felt they had blown it at the end of Saturday’s game.

Women’s football, Glasgow City survived an early warning in Edinburgh before beating Spartans 3-1.

OUT IN THE COLD… it could be a long time before Strachan and the Tartan Army party again.

Lewis Hamilton won his first trophy for Mercedes-despite making a massive cock-up in the pits.

ICE-COOL Eve Muirhead won the World Women’s Curling Championship FOR Scotland last night with her final stone.

Dario Franchitti’s start to the new IndyCar season lasted just 19 laps after he smashed into a wall.

(Read the full story in todays Sun)

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