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Scotland coach Vern Cotter praises second-half fightback

Scotland coach Vern Cotter (left) with try scorer Tim Visser at full time after the RBS 6 Nations match at BT Murrayfield, Edinburgh. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday February 25, 2017. See PA story RUGBYU Scotland. Photo credit should read

SCOTLAND travel to Twickenham in a fortnight knowing a win will deliver their first Triple Crown since 1990 after defeating Wales 29-13 at Murrayfield yesterday. Behind by four at half-time, Vern Cotter’s team roared back after the break with 20…

12:16am Sunday 26 February 2017

'I'm glad the BBC have acted, but this is not the end of the story. Scotland is watching.'

This week’s announcement of a new BBC Scotland TV channel marks a significant shift in the thinking of the corporation, it was only 12 months ago that it was dismissing the proposal.

12:15am Sunday 26 February 2017

Ten top Scottish walks and bike trails


12:15am Sunday 26 February 2017

Clutha crash: accident investigators deny pilot has been cleared of blame


CLAIMS that the pilot of the helicopter which ploughed into the Clutha bar in Glasgow, killing 10 people, was exonerated in a draft accident report of the incident have been comprehensively rebutted by crash investigators.

12:15am Sunday 26 February 2017

Victory over Rangers is one to remember for on-loan Celtic kid Jamie McCart

Inverness CT's Billy McKay celebrates his winning goal

JAMIE McCART got used to beating Rangers while playing for Celtic in the youth leagues.

12:15am Sunday 26 February 2017

Captain Lee Wallace admits Ibrox men are crying out for leadership

Rangers' Lee Wallace (left) is fouled by Louis Laing to win a penalty

LEE Wallace, the Rangers captain, has admitted the under-performing players have let down everyone at the club before and after Mark Warburton’s shock exit from Ibrox this month.

12:15am Sunday 26 February 2017

Craig Chalmers: Best Scotland side since my playing days

Tim Visser runs through to score the second try for Scotland   Photograph: SNS

SCOTLAND have a team capable of going to Twickenham and winning. That is the big takeaway from their performance against Wales at BT Murrayfield yesterday. It is a huge ask, but they showed they have the spirit, skills, physicality and ability to…

12:15am Sunday 26 February 2017

Rodgers reflects with record in sight on return to the Highlands

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is looking forward to going to Inverness

THERE have been no passengers in Brendan Rodgers’ team this season, but the Celtic boss has undoubtedly been quite content to be along for the ride. On and off the pitch.

12:15am Sunday 26 February 2017

Scotland stand-off Finn Russell relishes chance to take on England

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 25:  Finn Russell of Scotland runs with the ball during the RBS Six Nations match between Scotland and Wales at Murrayfield Stadium on February 25, 2017 in Edinburgh, Scotland.  (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images).

AFTER that bizarre missed conversion from in front of the posts against France, Finn Russell was back at his confident best yesterday, deservedly being named man of the match in Scotland’s 29-13 victory over Wales at Murrayfield.

12:15am Sunday 26 February 2017

Scotland 29 Wales 13: second-half shut-out seals home win

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 25:  Tommy Seymour of Scotland goes past Liam Williams and Scott Williams of Wales to score his team's first try during the RBS Six Nations match between Scotland and Wales at Murrayfield Stadium on February 25, 2017 in

A FIRST win over Wales for 10 years. A second half of 20 unanswered points. And next: a crack at the Triple Crown against England at Twickenham, where Scotland have not won for more than 30 years.

12:15am Sunday 26 February 2017
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