Sports news today - Thursday 28th March

The world’s oldest football made for Mary Queen of Scots in the 16th century is on display at Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Museum.

Team GB Olympic rowing champ Pete Reed has had his latest gold medal stolen on a flight.

A mum who broke her back while sledging at a ski centre in Sunderland is suing the local council for failing to fence off the slope.

Oli Bell Racing UK’S rising TV star, is Hunting out the biggest prize in jumps racing.

We’re down to just 53 potential runners for next week’s Grand National.

GLASGOW SPEEDWAY are ready to unleash their secret weapons – a busty start marshall girl.

McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh insists Red Bull’s amazing bust-up would never happen in his team.

Robert Thornton nearly quit darts a year ago – now he is aiming to win the Premier League.

Eddie Hearn is on a mission to take Ricky Burns from humble hero to fabled fighter.

KILMARNOCK are weighing up a move for a third Nigerian – midfielder Gabiel Reuben.

Archie Knox, Aberdeen no 2 was planning to retire the same time as Craig Brown.

Proud boss Jim Jefferies Heaped praise on his beaten Dunfermline players.

Steven Fletcher has been ruled out for the rest of the season.
Did Craig Levein really say last year that Scotland were capable of winning all 10 of our World Cup groupgames? Yes, he did.

Peter Jehle felt a mixture of shock and sadness after yet another World Cup campaign ended in misery.

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