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Ronnie O'Sullivan reawakens to power into quarter-finals in Glasgow

Ronnie O'Sullivan reawoke his fighting spirit to reach the quarter-finals of the Scottish Open in Glasgow on Thursday.

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Duncan Scott wins bronze in Copenhagen

Duncan Scott claimed Great Britain's second medal at the European Short Course Championships in Copenhagen with bronze in the men's 200m freestyle.

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Midfielder Jason Holt thinks luck is turning in Rangers' favour

Midfielder Jason Holt thinks Rangers' luck has finally turned around as they survived a Hibernian barrage at Easter Road.

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Sammon relieved to break Thistle duck

Conor Sammon admitted his first goal for Partick Thistle was a "huge" moment after he helped seal victory over Motherwell.

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Preston signing Moult 'can't wait to get going'

Louis Moult has revealed his decision to move from Motherwell to Preston was to take his career path on an upward trajectory.

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Midweek win gave us all a lift, says Celtic goalscorer Forrest

James Forrest claimed victory over Hamilton on Wednesday night made Celtic "feel good" about themselves following the stalemate at Hibernian last weekend.

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Darcy Graham handed full-back role

Darcy Graham has been handed a first start at full-back for Edinburgh in Friday's European Challenge Cup tie against Krasny Yar.

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Aberdeen on the up as Dons prepare for Hibs tussle

Adam Rooney insists Aberdeen will face Hibernian on Saturday with growing confidence after clean sheets underpinned two successive wins.

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Brendan Rodgers praises Olivier Ntcham as Celtic extend unbeaten run to 69

Brendan Rodgers hailed Olivier Ntcham for his man-of-the-match performance and goal in the 3-1 Ladbrokes Premiership win over Hamilton on Wednesday night.

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Hibs midfielder Brandon Barker rues nature of defeat by Rangers

Hibernian midfielder Brandon Barker admits he would rather have lost 4-0 to Rangers than suffer the "horrible" narrow defeat inflicted by Graeme Murty's Ibrox side.

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Steve Clarke enthused by strength in squad depth at Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke was heartened by the strength of his squad after losing half of his defence in Tuesday's draw with Ross County.

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Graeme Murty praises 'frustrating' Josh Windass after Rangers beat Hibs

Graeme Murty hailed Josh Windass for his Easter Road strike - even though the Rangers playmaker left him tearing his hair out in frustration.

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Partick Thistle boss Archibald relieved to emerge victorious against Motherwell

Alan Archibald admitted his relief after Partick Thistle staved off a second-half comeback against Motherwell to collect three vital Ladbrokes Premiership points.

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McInnes: Speculation may have affected Aberdeen

Derek McInnes has admitted the speculation over his future may have affected his Aberdeen players in recent weeks.

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Ronnie O'Sullivan reaches third round of Scottish Open

Ronnie O'Sullivan progressed to the third round of the Scottish Open with victory over Robert Milkins at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow on Wednesday.

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St Johnstone seal deal for Dundalk striker McMillan

St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has backed David McMillan to show he can bring his all-round goalscoring game to Scotland after confirming a deal to sign the Irishman.

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Caretaker boss Graeme Murty wants Rangers to handle the heat at Easter Road

Graeme Murty expects his Rangers players to handle the heat as they prepare for another fevered atmosphere at Easter Road.

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Hearts boss Levein confident to hand teenagers Cochrane and McDonald a chance

Hearts manager Craig Levein was confident 16-year-olds Harry Cochrane and Anthony McDonald had earned the trust of their team-mates before pitching them in together against Dundee.

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Pyeongchang is not about redemption - it's about winning, says Elise Christie

Elise Christie is ready to reap the rewards from her new 'gold or bust' mentality as she prepares to lead a five-strong Great Britain short-track team into her third Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

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Eilidh Doyle: 2018 Commonwealth Games will probably be my last

Eilidh Doyle still retains the enthusiasm of a rookie as she looks forward to her third and "probably last" Commonwealth Games.

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