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John Spencer incident will not affect Lions on tour - Rob Howley

The British and Irish Lions will not revise their interactions with fans after tour manager John Spencer was abused and assaulted in an Auckland restaurant.

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Lions coach Rob Howley rejects referee bullying claims from Steve Hansen

Rob Howley has poured scorn on All Blacks boss Steve Hansen for claiming the British and Irish Lions had attempted to bully referees.

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Scotland skipper John Barclay wary of 'stardust sprinkled' Fiji

Scotland captain John Barclay has warned his team-mates against ending a solid season on a sour note by underestimating a Fiji side boasting a "sprinkling of stardust".

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Rio silver medallist Dan Wallace given three-month suspension for drink-driving

Olympic silver medallist Dan Wallace has been suspended from all national programmes after he admitted driving under the influence of alcohol.

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Celtic's potential Champions League trip to Linfield pencilled in for July 14

Celtic's potential powder-keg Champions League qualifier with Northern Irish champions Linfield in Belfast has now been pencilled in for July 14, Press Association Sport understands.

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Curler David Murdoch criticises decision to leave him out of Olympic squad

Sochi silver medallist David Murdoch has criticised the decision to deny him a place at his fourth consecutive Olympic Games after curling selectors opted instead to make Pyeongchang 2018 a Muirhead family affair.

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Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha signs Carlos Pena and Eduardo Herrera

Pedro Caixinha has further strengthened his squad with the signings of Mexican pair Carlos Pena and Eduardo Herrera as he prepares his Rangers side for the upcoming season.

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Dundee boss Neil McCann thinks Lewis Spence can cut it in the Scottish top tier

Dundee boss Neil McCann has handed midfielder Lewis Spence his chance to make the grade in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

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Abdul Osman hoping Alan Archibald stays at Partick Thistle

Partick Thistle skipper Abdul Osman hopes boss Alan Archibald will shrug off his latest suitor and seal his place in Jags' history.

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Lasley given stark choice by Well boss Robinson

Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson has confessed he made club captain Keith Lasley hang up his boots before allowing him to join his coaching staff.

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Veteran striker John Baird moves to Inverness on 12-month deal

New Inverness manager John Robertson has started his rebuilding work in the Highlands after snapping up striker John Baird on a one-year deal.

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Paranormal activity spooks former Open champion Paul Lawrie

Former Open champion Paul Lawrie is convinced his house is haunted.

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Greg Rusedski: No need to panic over Andy Murray form

Andy Murray can still win Wimbledon and there is no need to panic about his recent dip in form, insists former British number one Greg Rusedski.

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Russell Knox excited by chance to kick-start summer

Defending champion Russell Knox will head into the Travelers Championship hoping to kick-start his summer.

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British boxers chase gold glory after securing record European medal haul

Eight British boxers are guaranteed a medal at the European Championships in Kharkiv to give the team their best ever result at the event.

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John Hardie in contention for Scotland start against Fiji

Scotland have received a fitness boost ahead of their clash with Fiji as John Hardie has recovered from a back spasm.

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Rusedski believes Murray can still win Wimbledon despite Queen's setback

Andy Murray's demise has been blown out of all proportion and the Scot can still win Wimbledon, according to former British number one Greg Rusedski.

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Former Scotland international Doddie Weir diagnosed with motor neurone disease

Former Scotland international Doddie Weir has revealed he is battling motor neurone disease.

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Milos Raonic and Stan Wawrinka beaten in first round at Queen's Club

Milos Raonic and Stan Wawrinka both made losing starts to their grass-court seasons on Tuesday by crashing out in the Aegon Championships first round.

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Why has Andy Murray endured a dip in form?

Andy Murray's disappointing year continued on Tuesday as he bowed out of the Aegon Championships first round to world number 90 Jordan Thompson.

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