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NFL ‘could host a game at Murrayfield’

Murrayfield and Hampden Park could host an NFL game in the future according to the director of marketing for NFL UK.

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Bill Lothian’s Community Sport: Football merger, badminton, tennis

Bill Lothian’s Community Sport in the Evening News, only at your newsagent on Tuesday.

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Andy Murray celebrates after winning a point against Illya Marchenko. Pic: AFP

Sluggish Andy Murray beats Illya Marchenko at Australian Open

It may not have been the most sparkling start to a grand slam campaign but Andy Murray was through to the second round of the Australian Open. His first grand-slam match as the world No 1 had been negotiated safely.

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Scottish duo Grassick and Forsyth in GB Olympic hockey set-up

Scottish hockey duo Chris Grassick and Alan Forsyth have been named in a 27-man squad for the new GB Olympic cycle.

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Colin Fleming has retired from playing tennis competitively. Pic: SNS

Colin Fleming takes up Tennis Scotland national coach role

Lothians ace Colin Fleming has retired from competitive tennis and taken up the role of national coach for Tennis Scotland.

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Edinburgh extinguish Jets to maintain volleyball title bid

City of Edinburgh kept the pressure on at the top of the men’s Scottish Volleyball Premier League by brushing aside Capital rivals Edinburgh Jets.

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Aitken and Moat pipped in Dutch Master final by world champions

Murrayfield curlers Gina Aitken and Bruce Mouat narrowly lost a rollercoaster of a final at the Dutch Masters mixed doubles tournament in Zoetermeer yesterday.

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Inverleith hockey still have things to learn

Stuart Neave believes his Inverleith hockey squad can continue to learn as the indoor men’s competition hots up.

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Yachtsman of the Year Gavin Reid. Picture: Scott Heavey/PA Wire

Deaf sailor who rescued yachtsman beats Olympic heroes to award

A NOVICE deaf Scottish sailor who led a massive rescue during a round-the-world race has won the world’s biggest yachting award - against some of the biggest stars on the water.

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Andy Murray has spoken of the moment he was told of this knighthood. Picture: Getty

Andy Murray reveals he didn’t immediately accept knighthood

Sir Andy Murray admitted he did not immediately accept his knighthood due to concerns that it may have an adverse impact on his career.

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Bill Lothian’s Community Sport: Netball, sailing, golf

Bill Lothian’s Community Sport in the Evening News, only at your newsagent on Tuesday.

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Squash: Doug Kempsell bows out in last four in Nimes

Capital squash player Doug Kempsell has already turned his attention to this month’s Edinburgh Sports Club Open after missing out on a hat-trick of PSA titles when his ten-match unbeaten run came to an end in the semi-finals of the Open du Gard in Nimes, southern France.

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Superb Story won the Hogmaneigh Hurdle. Pic: Alan Rennie

Musselburgh attracts record crowd for New Year’s Day meeting

Musselburgh attracted a record crowd for its New Year’s Day meeting as more than 6400 racegoers took in Sunday’s action.

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Bill Lothian’s Community Sport: Squash, rugby, tennis

Bill Lothian’s Community Sport in the Evening News, only at your newsagent on Tuesday.

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Elise Christie, in front, is now the woman to catch after breaking the 500m record in Salt Lake City. Pic: Getty

Elise Christie: My boyfriend knew I was going to break record

Short-track speed skater Elise Christie has revealed how her boyfriend predicted that she was going to become the sport’s newest world-record holder.

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Anderson is blown away by magnificence of Van Gerwen

MUSSELBURGH’S Gary Anderson missed out on a hat-trick of PDC World Darts titles as world No. 1 Michael van Gerwen fought back from 2-1 down in sets to win his second title 7-3.

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Shotofwine can uncork another victory at Musselburgh

Shotofwine took a first step towards recouping some of his expensive price tag when scoring over hurdles recently and can follow up at Musselburgh tomorrow.

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Andy Murray of Great Britain reacts during the play-off match for third place of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship. Picture: Getty

Andy Murray says knighthood will take some getting used to

Andy Murray is happy to have a Sir in front of his name - even if it will take some getting used to.

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Charlie Longsdon is the trainer to follow at Musselburgh

Musselburgh tips: Double up with Germany Calling and Castafiore

Charlie Longsdon looks to be the trainer to follow in front of a bumper crowd at Musselburgh’s New Year’s Day fixture tomorrow.

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Players, including Scotland internationalists Grant Gilchrist, Alistair Dickinson, Damien Hoyland and John Hardie, were welcomed into the hospital to meet the children and present them with surprise Christmas gifts.

Edinburgh rugby players bring Christmas cheer to Sick Kids

YOUNG patients and their families were treated to a special, festive visit from some famous faces this week, when Edinburgh Rugby dropped into the Royal Hospital for Sick Children.

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