63 McCULLOCH MAKES IT A HAT TRICK
The minute in which Lee McCulloch scored the last of his three goals in Rangers' SPFL League One match against East Fife to complete the first competitive hat trick of his career.
29 WARRIORS STAY STRONG
Glasgow Warriors remain on top form after an impressive display against Exeter Chiefs in Saturday's pre-season friendly, coming out on top 29-26. It stands them in good stead for their RaboDirect PRO12 season opener this Friday against Cardiff Blues at Scotstoun.
2.4 LENNON GETS HIS MAN
Neil Lennon finally got his wish when he finalised a four-year deal for 23-year-old Finnish striker Teemu Pukki from Schalke 04. Going for £2.4m, he was the only big name signing for Lennon on the final day of the Scottish transfer window, taking the club's total summer spend up to £8m.
5 McKAY BREAKS HEARTS
Inverness Caledonian Thistle's Billy McKay scored his fifth goal in five games (and second of the match) to lead his team to a 2-0 victory against Gary Locke's side. The striker narrowly missed out on a hat trick, but his goals kept Inverness three points ahead of Celtic at the top of the table.
1GB DUO GO FOR GOLD
Edinburgh's Polly Swann celebrated her first world title alongside partner Helen Glover on Saturday after winning the final of the coxless pairs at the World Rowing Championships in South Korea.
79CLARKE'S BOYS IN HISTORIC WIN
Bryan Clarke's Uddingston side were crowned CSL Western Champions after a two-wicket victory over outgoing champions Dumfries. It was their first title win for 79 years.
2.6US OPEN TOP PAYOUT
The men's and women's singles champions in this year's US Open will walk away with $2.6m (£1.7m), the largest single payout in tennis history.