Darts fans gathered to celebrate the life and career of Jocky Wilson in his hometown of Kirkcaldy.
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The bittersweet rise and fall of cult the late-Scottish darts hero Jocky Wilson, from Kirkcaldy, is told in a BBC Scotland documentary Jocky Wilson Said. Michael Alexander reports.
Darts fans are in for an exciting start to the year as Kirkcaldy celebrates sporting legend Jocky Wilson.
The media often get accused of focusing on the negatives and ignoring life’s positives, although I’ve always found that argument complete rubbish.
Calls for a lasting tribute to one of Scotland’s most famous sporting stars are to be stepped up in the New Year.
I’ve become obsessed with Premier League Darts, the most entertaining of sports, featuring the most admirable athletes.
It was the moment Fife’s world darts champion took his place in pop folklore.
One of Scotland’s most unlikely sporting heroes is to be the subject of a new play.
I’m not sure the village of Craichie has a tungsten-strength claim to fame.
Sir, - With the news that the proposed absorption, not merger, of the Scottish division of British Transport Police into Police Scotland is almost complete, we can now expect a diminution of effective policing on the rail network, given the record so far of Police Scotland in the wider context.