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5 things we learned from the Ladbrokes Premiership this weekend

Tynecastle finally reopened and Hamilton recorded a famous victory.

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Hearts broken by Kris Doolan leveller on Tynecastle return

Hearts' homecoming party was spoiled by Partick Thistle substitute Kris Doolan as he grabbed a late leveller in a 1-1 draw at refurbished Tynecastle.

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Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares fall to semi-final defeat in London

Britain's Jamie Murray and his partner Bruno Soares missed out on a maiden final appearance at the ATP Finals.

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Kenny Miller says wait for new Rangers manager had no impact on Hamilton defeat

Rangers striker Kenny Miller claimed the wait for a new manager had no effect on the players ahead of their shock 2-0 defeat by Hamilton.

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Neil McCann happy with Dundee effort as they aim to pull clear of danger

Dundee manager Neil McCann insists his players are enjoying digging deep to haul themselves off the foot of the Ladbrokes Premiership.

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Scotland captain John Barclay 'gutted' after narrow defeat to New Zealand

Scotland captain John Barclay admitted he was "gutted" after his side fell agonisingly short of a historic win over New Zealand at BT Murrayfield.

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Stephen Robinson will not change Motherwell approach for Betfred Cup final

Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson is planning a normal week ahead of the Betfred Cup final - but an extraordinary result.

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Tommy Wright hopes long overdue win can kick-start St Johnstone's season

St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is hoping Saturday's dramatic 2-1 victory at Hibernian can be the catalyst to get his team's season back on track.

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Andy Murray is in no hurry to look for a new coach - Jamie Delgado

Andy Murray has no immediate plans to replace departed coach Ivan Lendl, according to one of the key figures in his support team.

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Scotland v New Zealand - Story of the match

A moment of New Zealand magic denied Scotland a famous victory in a pulsating contest at BT Murrayfield.

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My focus is on Rangers, not my own future - Murty

Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty claimed he could not afford to think about his own prospects after Hamilton secured their first league victory at Ibrox since 1926.

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Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill 'free to hold talks with Scotland'

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill is free to hold talks over the Scotland job in the coming days, Press Association Sport understands.

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Andy Murray and coach Ivan Lendl end successful partnership for second time

Andy Murray and coach Ivan Lendl have ended their successful partnership for a second time.

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Christie returns from injury with Seoul gold

Elise Christie shook off her recent injury setbacks to win gold in the Short Track World Cup in Seoul on Saturday.

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Alex Dunbar wants Scotland to 'get in the faces' of New Zealand

Scotland centre Alex Dunbar has urged his team-mates to get in the faces of the New Zealand players on Saturday.

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Hearts say Tynecastle return is on - subject to a final safety check

Tynecastle will undergo one more safety check on Sunday morning but Hearts appear to have won their race against time to reopen their ground for the visit of Partick Thistle.

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Scotland skills coach Mike Blair relishing challenge of the All Blacks

Scotland skills coach Mike Blair is relishing the challenge of proving themselves when they take on a strong New Zealand side this weekend.

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Scotland and Glasgow lock Tim Swinson ruled out for four months

Scotland and Glasgow lock Tim Swinson has been ruled out of action for at least four months after suffering a hand injury on international duty.

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Scotland captain John Barclay to join Edinburgh next season

Edinburgh have confirmed that Scotland captain John Barclay will join them next summer.

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Hearts confident of making Tynecastle return despite wait for safety clearance

Hearts are confident of getting Sunday's Tynecastle return on but admit areas of their new stand are still a "building site" after failing a safety check on Friday afternoon.

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