Ian Keatley’s late drop goal consigned Glasgow to their third consecutive defeat in the Guinness PRO12 as Munster became the third team to beat the Warriors at Scotstoun this season.
Gregor Townsend believes Glasgow Warriors have still to reach their peak as a club despite relinquishing their Guinness PRO12 crown with a second successive defeat to Connacht in a brutally and debilitating semi-final.
Inbee Park knows only too well why she and her fellow Koreans do well in Scottish conditions – golf boot camp back home was even worse.
A thrilling comeback from Sergio Garcia and Rafa Cabrera Bello fuelled Europe's continuing battle back from their opening morning deficit and cut the USA's lead to one point in the 41st Ryder Cup.
Scotland were left frustrated by narrow defeat in Paris for the fourth time in succession as a succession of injuries helped France to edge home at the Stade de France.
Glasgow Warriors are happy with their start to the Guinness PRO12 season but “need to see a reaction” to last week’s loss at Cardiff when Ulster come to Scotstoun on Friday, says assistant coach Mike Blair.
The raft of Solheim Cup records are within tantalising reach, but Catriona Matthew knew as she came back to win her final singles point at Des Moines that this was her playing swansong.
Stephen Gallacher is set to miss the Open and the Scottish Open after a recurrence of his troublesome hand injury.
Scotland’s medics have done a miracle job allowing Vern Cotter to make just one change – and that tactical – to his starting team for the final RBS 6 Nations match against Italy at BT Murrayfield on Saturday.
Scotland’s respect of what Georgia are – and more to the point, what they feel they can become on Saturday – has had Vern Cotter reaching back for experienced hands for the final Autumn Test of 2016.