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Perry signs up as Glasgow Tigers’ latest recruit

Tom Perry will be a Glasgow Tiger in 2017 - and insists he has signed for the biggest club in the SGB Championship.

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New Glasgow Tigers signing Jack Smith with dad Andy at Ashfield last season. (Pic by Ian Adam).

Tigers sign top talent Smith as they build up 2017 squad

Glasgow Tigers have moved to sign exciting British talent Jack Smith as one of their reserves for 2017 - adding him to their growing asset base.

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Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell

Rob Roy boss wary of Perthshire threat

Kirkintilloch Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell is taking nothing for granted as his side prepare to make the short journey to Keppoch Park for Saturday’s Scottish Junior Cup clash with Glasgow Perthshire.

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Lenzie Youth Club's Ian Stevenson receives the East Dunbartonshire Leisure and Cultural Trust Contribution to Sport award from Trust chair Anne Jarvis

Top East Dunbartonshire’s coaches honoured at awards ceremony

An awards ceremony has honoured the work done in their local communities by East Dunbartonshire’s sports coaches and volunteers.

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Richard Lawson of Glasgow Tigers (pic by George Mutch)

Lawson signs on again with Glasgow Tigers

Richard Lawson has signed up for a third consecutive season with Glasgow Tigers; and insists there's nowhere else he'd rather be.

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Glasgow Tigers 2017 signing Aaron Summer. (pic by Ian Adam)

Glasgow Tigers snap up Aussie Summers

Glasgow Tigers have made KO Cup-winning captain Aaron Summers their first signing for the 2017 SGB Championship campaign.

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Action at Ashfield (pic by Ian Adam)

Glasgow Tigers secure Saturday night speedway

Saturday night will be alright for riding next season after Glasgow Tigers secured permission for a change in race meeting days.

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Make sure you don’t get too down on head advice

You are falling back is a comment that almost every golfer has been told at some time or other. The question is why?

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Laura Muir was voted Scottish Athlete of the Year for the second time. Picture: Jeff Holmes

Laura Muir will push herself to the limit in quest for glory

So often elite performers talk of childhood dreams and lifelong plans, explaining how the quest for success has been a long-term, all-consuming project. But with Laura Muir, it’s different. While there is no doubting the 1500 metres athlete’s standing after a year in which she has delivered records, titles, an Olympic final and now been voted Scottish Athlete of the Year by her peers, hopes of those accomplishments did not dominate her childhood.

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Balmore Golf Club trio Christopher MacLean, Neil McConnachie and James Wilson after winning the Scottish Men's Club Championship

Balmore golfers win European silver medal

A team from Balmore Golf Club flew the flag for Scotland by finishing second in the European Men’s Club Trophy in Portugal.

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Bishopbriggs Gymnastics Club returned with an impressive haul of 21 medals after dominating the Scottish Tumble Championships in Perth

Bishopbriggs gymnasts dominate Scottish championships

Bishopbriggs Gymnastics Club returned with an impressive haul of 21 medals after dominating the Scottish Tumble Championships in Perth.

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Aftermath of  Callum Boyd slew footing incident with Kyle Haines at Fife Flyers v Braehaad Clan (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Ban increased but late appeal dismissed

Ice hockey’s disciplinary bosses have reviewed several flashpoints in the weekend games between Fife Flyers and Braehead Clan.

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Brendan Brooks, Fife Flyers, who plays his 1000th career game this  weekend (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Brendan Brooks: 1000 games and a lifetime of memories

Brendan Brooks’ hockey career reads like a road map of north America.

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Keep your driver on the up to get best results

There are basically three ways to hit a driver - slightly on the downswing (as tour pros do), level or, by far the best option, slightly on the upswing.

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Drill to stop slope swing being an uphill struggle

If you are a golfer that is inclined to attack the ball on a steep out-in swing path, resulting in slices, or pulls, then this week’s drill will be very helpful for you.

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Follow Kaymer and make sure you’re connected

I was chatting recently to Craig Connelly, Martin Kaymer’s caddie, about the original tennis ball drill that he used just prior to winning the US Open.

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Lenzie Aces player of the year Billy Crane receives his award from project co-ordinator Allwyn Crawford and Mike Cohen (Tennis Scotland).

Lenzie Tennis Aces celebrate first awards night

The Tennis Aces project based at Lenzie Tennis Club celebrated the achievements of members over the past 12 months with their first awards night recently.

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Celtic and Rangers fans during previous Old Firm game. Picture: SNS

Decision to hold Rangers v Celtic match on Hogmanay branded ‘ridiculous’

A decision to hold the next Old Firm game of the season on Hogmanay has been described as “absolutely unbelievable”. The Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) today confirmed Rangers will play Celtic at Ibrox on 31 December. The game is scheduled to kick off at 12.15pm.

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Tigers ace Coty Garcia is hoping ride in front of a wall of sound

Tigers look to the future

Speedway side Glasgow Tigers have launched a drive to boost support for their treble challenge - and inspire a new generation of fans.

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Delighted with their success in Cardiff are, left to right, Ewen Lumsden, Aidan McHugh, Alexandra Hunter and Maia Lumsden

Tennis trio help Scotland to Home Nations title

Lenzie brother and sister Ewen and Maia Lumsden and Bearsden's Aidan McHugh have played a crucial part in Scotland regaining the Home Nations title.
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