Fraserburgh will play Formartine United in the final of this year’s Highland Cup after both side came through hard fought semi finals. The Broch came out on top in a 3-2 thriller against holders Cove at the Bellslea. The home side lead 2 nil after 13 minutes but the visitors hit back and levelled the game in 69 minutes. The final 20 minutes saw chances at both ends before with 2 minutes left on the clock Paul Young fired home from 15 yards to send the home side into the final.
Formartine will have the chance to add to the Aberdeenshire Cup they picked up earlier in the season as they booked their place in the final after they survived a late onslaught to edge out Brora Rangers 3-2 at Dudgeon Park. The final will go ahead on Saturday 31st March at McKessock Park Rothes with a 3pm Kick off.
There are two Highland League fixtures tonight, Deveronvale welcome Lossiemouth to Princess Royal Park while Huntly host Forres.
Walter Smith says he's not too sure why the Scottish FA didn't try and reappoint Alex McLeish as national team manager in the first place. Smith was heavily linked with the job after Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill turned down the opportunity. Scotland play Costa Rica on Friday in McLeish's first game back in charge.
Rory McIlroy says simplifying his putting helped with a stunning win at golf's Arnold Palmer Invitational. It was a first title since September 2016 and it came two-and-a-half weeks before the start of the US Masters the first major of the year. McIlroy's form had been inconsistent before that.
Scottish golfing superstars Paul Lawrie and Carly Booth have thrown their support behind the inaugural European Golf Team Championships is to be held at Gleneagles this August and will see male and female golfers compete together. They will compete for equal prize money in both a men's and women's team matchplay tournament as well as an 18-hole mixed foursomes strokeplay event. Players will represent their countries, with 16 teams of two in the matchplay competitions.
Tiger Woods will captain America's 2019 Presidents Cup golf team. Four-time major champion Ernie Els will be the international skipper for the contest in Australia next December. Woods has been criticized for his commitment to the USA in team golf, particularly at the Ryder Cup
The 150th Open Championship golf will take place at St Andrews. The 2021 tournament was widely expected to return to the famous Fife course and organisers the R and A have now confirmed it as the venue. The tournament was last at the Old Course in 2015 - when American Zach Johnson won the Claret Jug.