Tennent's brewery has not hung up a national team photo since 1998 but another showdown in Tbilisi could put them back in big time
Scottish game faces consequences of Swedish fright night
Celtic were drawn to face the Swedish champions of the last two seasons in the Champions League qualifying round
Ronny Deila's side look set to dominate the Premiership but will the challenges of Europe and Aberdeen test them?
Cotter was upset that his side were denied two possible tries by the official’s refusal to consult the television referee
Scotland 23 Wales 26: hosts left despondent as Wales pip them to victory
Celtic 2 Rangers 0
It felt like an occasion, an entertainment full of sound and fury but not signifying much beyond a football match. At least if you were in the majority at Celtic Park. Then there was the minority, and possibly a minority of that minority. Yet however many they were, they were plainly heard amid the hubbub.
Thrilling competition, huge crowds and millions watching at home prove relevance of Commonwealths... and leave a smile over host city
Brits overcome Glasgow downpour to clinch double in dreadful conditions
The Games confirmed that there is British talent aplenty, from exciting new names such as Adam Peaty to more established ones like Bradley Wiggins. Robin Scott-Elliot lists just some who have a glint of gold about them for Brazil
Diver secures his first significant success since London 2012 with 10m gold
Laugher and Mears are in perfect harmony for gold
Heart of Midlothian started the 1914-1915 season with a 2-0 victory over Celtic after giving their all. The players went on to give even more on a foreign field, many sacrificing their lives for King and country
There was no 'Liz McColgan moment' but Child did not let the occasion get the better of her
Louis Smith and Max Whitlock were favourites for the event