There was no relief in the lusty chorus of Kirkcaldy anthem Geordie Munro at the end of the nail-biting win over Hamilton at Beveridge Park on Saturday, maybe because the celebrations were just a matter of time.
Former Scotland captain Bryan Redpath will take charge of Scotland's Under-20s campaign for the forthcoming World Junior Championships in France.
We’ve all been beguiled by it - for many it’s what first drew us to the game of golf.
Before we address the dark issues emanating from Shinnecock Hills at the weekend, let’s spend a little time in the light.
Gregor Townsend says Scotland’s away form is a concern but not the complete focus heading into the first of six games in a row away from BT Murrayfield – and arguably the toughest of them all in Dublin.
Halfway through his debut European Tour season, Connor Syme is in sight of his main goal, but this week offers a real opportunity to press on beyond it.
Gordon Reid found there was no problem physically with his head but admitted that keeping the head when taking on England in the Calcutta Cup was maybe an issue.
Sir Nick Faldo will return to the scene of where his illustrious career maybe reached its peak when the 2018 Senior Open presented by Rolex is played for the first time on the Old Course, St Andrews in July.
Phil Mickelson was contrite, properly publicly apologetic at last for his “dumb mistake” at the US Open, and enthusing about Carnoustie and the Ryder Cup.
Edinburgh took a massive step towards the Guinness PRO14 play-offs with an eight-try, 50-point feast of counter-attacking rugby against the Scarlets at a sun-drenched BT Murrayfield.