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Neil Speirs wins West Lothian Masters title

Neil Speirs bridged a 15-year gap to claim the Johnston Oils-sponsored West Lothian Masters for a second time.

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Eilidh Doyle

Eilidh Doyle made Great Britain team captain for Worlds

Pitreavie’s Eilidh Doyle was both shocked and delighted after being chosen as Great Britain and Northern Ireland’s captain for next month’s IAAF World Championships in London.

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Arnaud Djoum should make his first appearance of the season for Hearts against Peterhead

Arnaud Djoum back for Hearts' trip to Peterhead

Arnaud Djoum has travelled north with Hearts for Tuesday's Betfred Cup tie at Peterhead, where he is expected to make his first appearance of the season.

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Eilidh Gibson in action

Eilidh Gibson makes it a World Championship slalom hat-trick

Edinburgh University canoeist Eilidh Gibson completed a golden hat-trick at the Under-23 World Championships in Bratislava yesterday as Great Britain dominated the C1 team slalom final.

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Musselburgh racing tips: Don’t be blinkered

Patience can pay off for punters at Musselburgh tomorrow when See Vermont looks an outstanding bet in the final event.

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Juventus, Valencia and Hamburg all graced Easter Road

Hibs in 50 objects: No.35 – Pennants from European greats

Hibs had made an early impact on the continent when, in 1955, they received the honour of being the first Scottish side to play in the European Cup.

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Kyle Lafferty wheels away after heading Hearts in front

Gary Mackay: Lafferty goals will breed confidence at Hearts

Even though they’ve come against part-timers, don’t underestimate the value of the three goals Kyle Lafferty has scored in Hearts’ Betfred Cup wins over Elgin and East Fife.

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Jordan McGhee has impressed Hearts' management since his return to Tynecastle

Hearts to give defender Jordan McGhee more game time

Hearts will give Jordan McGhee more game time over the coming weeks after being “pleasantly surprised” by the defender in training.

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Neil Lennon is still hoping to recruit

Michael Weir: Hibs have right blend of skill and muscle

Friday’s performance at Ross County added to my belief that Hibs are shaping up well this summer.

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Kris Commons enjoyed his emergency loan spell at Hibs last season

Hibs could move for Kris Commons ... in a couple of months

Hibs boss Neil Lennon has revealed it will be months before he can even consider offering veteran midfielder Kris Commons a permanent contract at Easter Road.

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John Souttar challenges East Fife striker Chris Duggan

John Souttar: Early return to Hearts action surprised me too

Watching close friend Andy Robertson join Liverpool for £10 million, John Souttar was grateful for much smaller mercies. Like feeling the Tynecastle grass crunch beneath his feet again, hearing the much-loved crack of boot against ball, and feeling Jack Hamilton clatter into his ribs.

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Grace Reid and Tom Daley show off their silver medals

Grace Reid: I couldn’t sleep before winning World silver

A delighted Grace Reid has revealed she only had a few hours sleep the night before she went out and dived her way to a World Championships silver medal on Saturday.

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Craig Thomson made his Edinburgh City debut at Hampden.  Pic: Robert Perry

We played an astroturf game on a grass pitch, says City boss

Gary Jardine felt his players’ failure to adapt to a change in surface played a part in their 3-0 Betfred Cup defeat by Queen’s Park.

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Hearts were simply unstoppable in season 1957/58

Hearts in 50 objects: No.35 – Title-winning legends of 1958

Few championship victories are as memorable as the 1957/58 season as Hearts fans witnessed their team win the league by a huge 13 points from closest challengers Rangers.

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Steven Whittaker's penalty was saved but it has not dented his confidence

Steven Whittaker: Hibs just need to add killer instinct

Steven Whittaker believes all Hibs lacked as they lost out in a Betfred Cup penalty shoot-out against Ross County was a killer instinct.

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Vykintas Slivka brings down Scotland captain Darren Fletcher at Hampden

Hibs boss Neil Lennon ‘right to look towards Lithuania’

Edgaras Jankauskas, the Lithuania national team coach, would ordinarily favour a trip to Tynecastle if travelling to Edinburgh. The highly-regarded former Hearts striker could find, however, that Easter Road is about to become his Capital venue of choice in the upcoming season as Hibs bid to increase their contingent of current Lithuania internationalists to two.

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Jamie Morris with the historic trophy

Jamie Morris wins Lothians Golf Championship

The new Lothians golf champion is a Borders county player.

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Erin Cuthbert (No.	8) celebrates pulling Scotland level in the second half. Pic: Maja Hitij/Getty Images

Anna Signeul defends Scotland squad after damaging defeat

Anna Signeul refused to single out individual mistakes as Scotland fell to their second defeat in two UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 games when being edged out by Portugal in Rotterdam.

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Archie Goodburn. Picture: contributed.

Edinburgh teenager Archie Goodburn chosen as Team GB flagbearer

An Edinburgh swimmer has been selected as Team GB flagbearer at the European Youth Olympic Festival.

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John Souttar played his first competitive game for Hearts in six months against East Fife at Tynecastle

Hearts 3-0 East Fife: John Souttar returns in routine Jambos win

John Souttar returned from a six-month injury absence as Hearts defeated East Fife in the Betfred League Cup.

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