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Saturday, July 15th, 2017


Tough test on the links

Trio weather storm to tie for Scottish Open lead

Ian Poulter

Ian Poulter, Callum Shinkwin and Andrew Dodt stayed calm amongst the storm to stay at the top of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open leaderboard after the third round. On a tough day on Dundonald Links, Poulter and Dodt managed to post scores of one-under-par 71, while Shinkwin carded a level-par 72 to share the nine-under lead. All three leaders are looking to win the European Tour’s fourth Rolex Series event – Poulter is keen to add to his 14 world-wide titles for the first time since 2012 and completeRead More

Wimbledon: mixed doubles final

Murray and Watson to ensure British win

  A British champion is guaranteed at Wimbledon this year when number one seeds Jamie Murray and Martin Hingis take on defending mixed doubles title holders Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen in Sunday’s final. A packed crowd will set aside their disappointment at seeing Andy Murray and Johanna Konta fail to make it through to the either of the singles finals in order to celebrate another milestone in the growth of homegrown talent. It is the fifth time in six years that at least one Briton has been in oneRead More

European football

Griffiths targeted as Celtic ease through tie

Leigh Griffiths

Two first half goals from Scott Sinclair and Tom Rogic gave Celtic a comfortable lead

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DX Group

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Scottish Open: Dundonald Links

Harrington shares lead as McIlroy misses cut

Padraig Harrington

Padraig Harrington will take a share of the lead into the weekend after setting up a three-way tie at the top of the Scottish Open leader board. The Irishman teed off two shots off the lead but fired a bogey-free 68 to set the target at nine under before he was reeled in by two of the European Tour’s rising stars. Harrington – a 15-time winner on the European Tour – is playing his 410th European Tour event. While Alexander Knappe of Germany and England’s Callum Shink win may have just 66Read More