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Monday 21st May



Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths says winning their second consecutive domestic treble is bound to increase expectations. Brendan Rodgers' side retained a hat-trick of trophies with success in the Scottish Cup, Premiership and League Cup this season.


Livingston will be a Scottish Premiership team next season. The Championship side earned back-to-back promotions with a 3-1 aggregate win over Partick. A 1-nil second leg victory ended Thistle's five-year stay in the top flight.


Fraserburgh have resigned Scott Barbour from Formartine United three years after he left the club. Barbour who still had a year left on his contract at North Lodge rejoins his home town club for an undisclosed fee. The 25 year old who scored 33 goals in all competitions last season has put pen to paper on a five year contract at the Bellslea.

Peterhead manager Jim McInally will remain in charge of the Blue Toon for next season. The Balmoor boss wanted time to consider his position after failing to guide his team back to League 1. McInally did offer his resignation but that was refused by board members, who have since persuaded him to stay on. He has been the manager of the Buchan club since 2011.


Dons captain Shinnie modelling the new AFC kit for the 2018/19 season



David Drysdale was the highest placed British golfer after the inaugural Belgian Knockout. The Scot finished third thanks to a one-shot win over England's James Heath in the 3rd-4th place play-off. Spaniard Adrian Otaegui won the multi-format tournament by 2 shots in Antwerp.

Tiger Woods will be in Scotland this summer, after confirming his entry for this year's Open Championship. He has won the Claret Jug three times but has not played the event since 2015. The tournament gets underway at Carnoustie in July.


Rafael Nadal's warmed up for the upcoming French Open tennis in the best possible way. The Spaniard ensured he'll reclaim the world number one spot with a 3-sets victory over defending champion Alexander Zverev to take an 8th Italian Open title


Sir Mo Farah won't compete in the marathon at the European Athletics Championships in August. He came third in Sunday's London Marathon in a British record time - but he isn't picked for Berlin. Callum Hawkins, who came close to Commonwealth Games gold before collapsing, won't run there either. British Athletics has decided not to send any British men to the event - but has taken up all six allocated spots in the women's race.




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