The Calcutta Cup itself is some limited but tangible reward for Scotland’s players despite the crushing disappointment of seeing their unparalleled comeback at Twickenham fall just short, but Gregor Townsend believes it shows his team can “do special things”.
The time and location of Dundee Pride 2019 has been announced — and it looks certain to be a bigger affair than last year's inaugural march.
New Zealand’s prime minister has said gun law reforms will be announced within 10 days in the wake of the mosque shootings in Christchurch that killed 50 people.
New Zealand’s Cabinet has backed changes to gun laws in the country just three days after 50 people were killed in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch.
Wales were crowned Six Nations Grand Slam champions as they demolished Ireland 25-7, while four Premier League teams reached the FA Cup semi-finals. Here, Press Association Sport takes a look at some of the weekend’s best sporting action in pictures.
Valtteri Bottas secured his first grand prix win since Abu Dhabi in 2017 as Mercedes locked out the first two steps on the podium in Australia.
The search for Claudia Lawrence could be being hampered by the withholding of vital information, police have said 10 years after she was last seen.
Maurizio Sarri was mystified by Chelsea’s sudden drop-off at Everton and admitted a Premier League top-four finish would be “impossible” if they do not improve.
Andy Robertson became the latest player to drop out of Scotland’s opening Euro 2020 qualifier just before the squad set off for Kazakhstan.
A former teacher who drowned her three-year-old daughter in a bath when her marriage broke down is to be sentenced.