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Grange have a second chance to take silverware from Kelburne

Grange hockey coach David Knipe hopes seven days will heal the hurt suffered by his team last weekend.

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Staff at Musselburgh Racecourse have called for chairman of its ruling committee, John Caldwell, to quit. Picture: Greg Macvean

Musselburgh Racecourse staff bid to unseat committee chief

DEMORALISED staff at Musselburgh Racecourse have called for the head of the chairman of its ruling committee.

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Squash: Capital contingent hope to fire Scots to glory

Could Edinburgh win a medal at the European Team Squash Championships, which open today in Helsinki?

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Mark Cavendish leads the way as the Tour of Britain visits Edinburgh in 2015. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Edinburgh to host Tour of Britain 2017 ‘Grand Depart’

THE Capital is set to welcome some of the world’s top road cyclists as the first stage of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain gets under way on the streets of the city in September.

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Sir Chris Hoy tries out the 'ski-bike'. Picture: Twitter/@chrishoy

Sir Chris Hoy takes up ‘bike skiing’

AFTER switching cycling for motor racing, Sir Chris Hoy is back on two wheels again - but now with a ski attached.

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Bill Lothian’s Community Sport: Water polo, table tennis, athletics

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

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Volleyball: Edinburgh Jets return to top flight

Edinburgh Jets booked an instant return to the women’s SVL Premier Volleyball League at the weekend.

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Sam Judge on the right (red shirt) giving high five playing for Edinburgh University at Pefermill. Pic: Nigel Duncan Media

Hockey: Edinburgh Uni target cup after league joy

Sam Judge today saluted her championship-winning Edinburgh University hockey squad and said: “Now for the cup.”

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Western's Adam MacKenzie, left, challenges Grange's Duncan Riddell. Pic: Nigel Duncan

Hockey: Grange coach admits team wilted under title pressure

Grange coach David Knipe admitted the pressure got to his team as their hopes of a first Division One hockey title in 15 years were dashed on the final day of action.

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DEMORALISED: Staff at Musselburgh are threatening to strike on race days after two votes of no confidence. Picture: Jacky Ghossein/ TSPL

Horseracing pros jump into Musselburgh Racecourse row

REIGNING Grand National winning trainer Lucinda Russell has spoken of her “disappointment” at a public row over the running of Musselburgh Racecourse.

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Edinburgh Mavericks korfball club have enjoyed a successful campaign

Korf mixture does the trick for champions Edinburgh Mavericks

Edinburgh Mavericks have been crowned Scottish Korfball League champions for the 2016/2017 season, completing the domestic double after picking up the SKA Cup earlier this year.

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Duncan Riddell in action for Grange against Watsonians at Fettes. Pic: Nigel Duncan

Grange ready to break Kelburne’s 12-year stranglehold

Grange hockey coaching staff have been taking one game at a time this season.

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200 years of history could be at risk.

Staff walkout threatens Ladies Day at Musselburgh Racecourse

MUSSELBURGH Racecourse staff are threatening to walk out on its famous Ladies Day following a spectacular breakdown in working relationships.

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Bruce Mouat and Gina Aitken target World Championship medal

Murrayfield curlers Bruce Mouat and Gina Aitken and will use last season’s near-miss as “extra motivation” going into this year’s World Mixed Doubles Championship, which begins in Lethbridge, Canada on Saturday.

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Andy Murray beat Gilles Muller 7-5, 7-5

Andy Murray overcomes slow start to win on return to action

Andy Murray showed early rust on his return from injury but recovered to beat Gilles Muller and reach the third round of the Monte-Carlo Masters

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David Florence has made the GB senior team for the 17th year in a row

Canoeists Florence and Forbes-Cryans secure World and European spots

Edinburgh canoeist David Florence and his training partners Bradley Forbes-Cryans and Eilidh Gibson have all qualified for this summer’s World and European Championships after achieving the results they needed in the final selection trials at Lee Valley.

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Gordon Mealyou was a long-serving Hibs academy coach. Picture: contributed

Tributes paid to Hibs coach who died hours before title decider

The grieving wife of a long-serving Hibs academy coach has told how she “lost her soulmate” after his tragic death at the weekend.

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Bill Lothian’s Community Sport: Tennis, bowls, rugby

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

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Aiden Moffat celebrates his victory. Pic: MJP Media

Dalkeith’s Aiden Moffat claims first Touring Cars win

Aiden Moffat from Dalkeith added another milestone to his motorsport career by claiming his first win in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Donington Park.

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Callum Skinner will compete in the Keirin and the individual sprint

Callum Skinner goes for gold at UCI Track World Championships

Capital cycling star Callum Skinner will have two gold medal opportunities at the UCI Track World Championships which start today in Hong Kong.

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