Sports news today - Tuesday 2nd April

SCOTS John Higgins, Stephen Maguire and Graeme Dott are among the top 16 seeds for the Betfair World Snooker Championships at The Crucible.

ANDY MURRAY is gunning for Novak Djokovic as he bids to rule the tennis world.

DUAL Scottish Grand National hero Merigo has been retired.

COLIN SHIELDS helped WRECK Scotland’s Play-Off hopes - but still reckons the game north of the border is in great shape.

SCOTT HARRISON went from physical wreck to muscle man in just six weeks.

DEMBA BA left Alex Ferguson with a recurring nightmare as he netted a stunning volley to send Chelsea to Wembley.

ROBBIE NEILSON loves coaching Falkirk’s kids – now he can’t wait to star alongside them.

PATRICK THISTLE are gearing up for three games that will make or break their season.

ANDY BARROWMAN was braced for months on the scrapheap after Dunfermline axed him.

ST JOHNSTON anxiously waited over three weeks to get a game.

SCOTTISH football’s fans have delivered another slap to the game’s under-fire blazers.

ALLY McCOIST has hinted that he wants Carlos Bocanegra and Dorin Goin back at Rangers next season.

RANGERS look set to hold their title-winning party at a near deserted Hampden.

Kenny Miller has been urged to quit Scotland to boost his club form.

VICTOR WANYAMA is set to play as Celtic bid to clinch the SPL title – but could still face Hampden heartbreak.

NEIL ALEXANDER says he is close to quitting Rangers.

SUPERFAN Stuart Astill – who has watched his beloved Nottingam Forrest play 2,54 times – missed his first game in 40 years.

A FORMER champion cyclist is still riding five miles every week – at the age of 100.

PENSIONER Pam Storey 64, has run 102 marathons and 50 ultra-marathons, and is now training in Crawley, Sussex, for the London race.

(Read the full article in today’s Sun)

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