Jamie Ritchie is most likely out of Scotland’s opening game in the Rugby World Cup on Sunday but won’t have to wear a mask on his facial injury when he does take part in the tournament, said assistant coach Danny Wilson.
Scotland in Japan: Diary Day One – the Scots, and everybody else, get sucked into the Tokyo metropolis
Japan may be something a culture shock to some, but yesterday was maybe a little too familiar.
WP Nel thought he wouldn’t ever make another World Cup, so he can empathise with former Edinburgh and Scotland’s team-mate David Denton’s decision to quit the game.
Now is the time to take on Ireland in the Rugby World Cup, believes Scotland star man Stuart Hogg.
Juli Inkster, the three-time US Solheim Cup captain and seven-time major championship winner, is a treasure of golf, not just of the native country of which she is so proud.
Bronte Law's part in the Solheim Cup Glory at Gleneagles might go missing because of what happened moments later with Suzann Pettersen on the 18th, but it shouldn't.
Solheim Cup 2019: Catriona Matthew’s ‘dream come true’ as Suzann Pettersen’s last shot wins Solheim Cup
Catriona Matthew cannot improve on winning the Solheim Cup as captain on her home soil – and neither can heroine Suzann Pettersen improve on clinching it for her friend.
Solheim Cup 2019: Suzann Pettersen’s final putt wins the Solheim for Catriona Matthew and Europe on an epic Sunday at Gleneagles
Suzann Pettersen, regarded by most as a risky wildcard pick by captain Catriona Matthew, delivered the most dramatic Solheim Cup victory possible for Europe by holing the final putt of a fluctuating weekend’s play at Gleneagles.
Calling it the “Slow-heim” Cup might do this superb event no favours but there was no question pace of play was a significant issue throughout the first day at Gleneagles.
Team Europe captain Catriona Matthew stressed her team would have taken a point lead after one day of the 16th Solheim Cup at Gleneagles, but conceded that she would have preferred it to be more.