Europa League Final preview: Athletic Bilbao

Paul Irving Wednesday night will showcase the first European final Athletic Club will be involved with since they lost the Fairs Cup final in 1977. While in recent times the club, known as Athletic Bilbao in the English speaking world – a name rejected by their fans – have been up and down in La […]

Europa League Final preview: Atletico Madrid

Ross Farquhar Atletico Madrid take on their Basque counterparts Athletic Bilbao in the all-Spanish Europa League Final. Atletico Madrid won the Uefa Europa League in 2010 and there is no reason as to why they can’t win it again this year. Despite their recent poor league form at the start of the season and the […]

Women’s football: Not just a man’s game

Ryan Kyle Picture the scene. Scotland’s top football club, be it Celtic or Rangers, reaches the last-16 of the UEFA Champions League. Every newspaper and TV station is saturated with coverage of the ‘heroes’ behind such an achievment and supporters fly flags and gather in pubs to watch on big screens. Now cast your mind […]

A Puckin’ Good Time

Andy Alston, Editor In a land where football reigns supreme as the number one sport in the country, Scotland has seen a dramatic rise in the number of young people playing minority sport in recent years. One sport that has seen an increase in popularity is ice hockey with many keen to grab a stick […]

Fairway to success

Liam Corbett, Sports Editor With the first written record of the sport, over 500 courses and the right to host the 2014 Ryder Cup, Scotland is known as the home of golf but where is our next young talent going to come from? At the top level of the sport exciting times lie ahead. Tiger […]