Womens Champions League: Glasgow City face daunting Barcelona test Glasgow Citys Scott Booth feels the “romance” of being drawn against Barcelona eclipses the difficulty of their Womens Champions League draw.
Womens Champions League round of 16 draw – UEFA Womens Champions League – News Late goals from Sam Kerr and Hayley Lauder denied Celtic a shock win as Glasgow City clung on to top spot in the Scottish Womens Premier League.
Thousands of Scots hit Glasgow streets for The Great Scottish Run 2018 as punters run, walk and don fancy Olympic marathon bronze medallist Mare Dibaba won the Great Scottish Run half-marathon, with Britains Chris Thompson winning the mens event in Glasgow.
Christmas lights switch-on ballot opens to the public Tickets for the much-loved free event are bound to prove popular yet again with almost half the city expected to apply to be in amongst the 16,000 crowd in George Square on Sunday, November 18.
Womens Champions League: Glasgow City face daunting Barcelona test Glasgow City will face Barcelona, the fourth highest-ranked team left in the competition, in the last 16 of the Womens Champions League.
Man stabbed in side during random and unprovoked attack The 27-year-old was walking in a lane behind Fernbank Street, Springburn, when he was seriously assaulted in the early hours of Sunday.
Police close off Edinburgh Road amid ongoing incident in Glasgows east end A 20-year-old man, who was a passenger, is fighting for his life, while a woman, 27, suffered serious injuries.
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Great Scottish Run: Mare Dibaba wins womens event in Glasgow Olympic marathon bronze medallist Mare Dibaba won the Great Scottish Run half-marathon, with Britains Chris Thompson winning the mens event in Glasgow.
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Glasgow Warriors have long way to go to beat Saracens, says Rennie Glasgow Warriors have a “long way to go” before they are ready to beat Saracens in the Champions Cup, says coach Dave Rennie.
Tories drape a Union flag on fund to fill Brussels gap The SNP have been in power for so long now that it becomes tempting to think its ascendancy was somehow inevitable. This is not so. We too readily forget the importance of accidental factors that helped the party become the dominant force in Scottish politics. Luck is dumb and under-rated as a driver of political change.
Jackman: Wales stars could have earned bonus but Dragons have to rotate After the shock defeat by Southern Kings in Port Elizabeth the previous Saturday, Rennie had called for a response from a much-changed team and, while the maximum points were duly bagged to stay top of Conference A, it was far from emphatic in what was a disjointed encounter played in swirling wind and rain.
SPFL chiefs insist there will be NO U-turn over Hampden Super Sunday as Rangers, Aberdeen, Celtic and Hearts Playing both Scottish League Cup semi-finals at Hampden on the same day is the “craziest thing”, “beyond belief” and “madness”, says Hearts manager Craig Levein.
Aberdeen fans face travel nightmare ahead of Betfred Cup semi-final as ScotRail admit they face significant l Playing both Scottish League Cup semi-finals at Hampden on the same day is the “craziest thing”, “beyond belief” and “madness”, says Hearts manager Craig Levein.
Man charged after woman found dead in Drumchapel house Emergency services attended at around 6.35pm and the 51-year-old Asda worker was pronounced dead at the scene.
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