# Scotland

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# Record Breaker
Stuart Hogg becomes Scotland’s leading try-scorer in win over Japan
The full-back has registered 25 tries for his country.
# Shaken Not Stirred
Earthquake in Scotland felt in Northern Ireland overnight
People in Co Antrim reported feeling the tremor.
# Super Scots
Scotland beat Denmark to improve hopes of qualifying for World Cup
Steve Clarke’s side will be seeded and at home for the first play-off game next March
# Momentum
Gregor Townsend wants Scotland to replicate Paris performance against Australia
Townsend has been able to name a team featuring 14 of the 15 players who started the Six Nations victory away to France in March.
# Glasgow
Five people arrested as hundreds of activists march in COP26 protests
Two of the arrests took place after a number of officers were sprayed with paint.
Former Scotland and Rangers manager Walter Smith dies aged 73
Smith led Rangers to 10 top-flight titles, five Scottish Cups and six League Cups.
# spiked
Police investigate reports of spiking at venues in Derry and Scotland
Reports of drink spiking were received in Derry, while Scottish police investigate reports of spiking by injection.
# home comforts
Celtic get their Europa League campaign up and running with home victory
Kyogo Furuhashi and David Turnbull netted in a 2-0 win over Ferencvaros.
South Africa-born back-row Dylan Richardson named in Scotland training squad
The 22-year-old qualifies through his Edinburgh-born father.
# Goal Hero
Lyndon Dykes rescues Scotland with late winner to put play-off spot in sight
Steve Clarke’s side won 1-0 away to the Faroe Islands and now need a win against Moldova.
Minimum alcohol pricing had little impact on drink-related crime, UK study finds
Researchers examined crime statistics following the introduction of minimum unit pricing in Scotland.
# Reaction
Scotland boss hails last-gasp hero after targeting Irish indiscipline to end World Cup hopes
Bryan Easson and captain Rachel Malcolm were in flying form in their post-match press conference.
# Postmortem
'It's a killer blow, a low-point for Irish rugby'
Ireland’s World Cup qualifying dream came to a gut-wrenching end last night.
# gutting
'Devastating. It's hugely heartbreaking' - Ireland boss Griggs after World Cup dream dies
Scotland ended their bid with the very last kick of the European qualifying tournament.
# gut-wrenching
Heartbreak for Ireland as World Cup qualification dream ended at the very death
Scotland’s Sarah Law nailed a last-gasp conversion, which had everything riding on it.
# Qualifier
A huge day for Irish women's rugby as Ireland aim for World Cup spot
Adam Griggs’ side face Scotland in Italy at 5pm.
# continuity
Ireland unchanged for pivotal World Cup Qualifier against Scotland
There is one alteration to the bench as Lucy Mulhall comes in for the injured Enya Breen.
# Irish Abroad
'It has been nice to live and breathe rugby to the extent I can'
Edel McMahon has pushed her game forward with Wasps over in England.
# indyref2
Sturgeon insists the time is ‘approaching’ for Scots to vote on independence again
Nicola Sturgeon told the SNP conference her party had an ‘unarguable mandate’ for another vote.
# back on track
Scotland beat Austria to revive World Cup dream
Lyndon Dykes scored the only goal of the game in Vienna.
# Independence
No 10 trying to cut Nicola Sturgeon out of COP26 summit, leaked messages say
The Scottish First Minister responded by saying anyone who allows politics to get in the way of tackling climate change would be abdicating responsibility.
Wasteful Scotland secure narrow qualifying victory against minnows Moldova
In the rest of tonight’s games, France drew 1-1 in Ukraine while Israel recorded the win of the weekend against Austria.
# They think it's Moldova - it is now
Scotland need to focus on Moldova to get World Cup bid on track – Andy Robertson
Scotland host Moldova before making the trip to Austria.
# Copenhagen
Scotland’s World Cup hopes dented as Denmark ease to win in Copenhagen
Steve Clarke’s side were two down in 15 minutes through goals from Daniel Wass and Joakim Maehle.
# Liam Scales
Ex-Shamrock Rovers defender confident he can make the step up at Celtic
The 23-year-old signed a four-year deal at Parkhead last week.
# gender recognition
People will be able to self-identify as male or female in Scotland's census next year
National Records of Scotland, who are responsible for the census, said people do not need a gender-recognition certificate to identify as a different gender from the one registered at birth.
# margaret thatcher
Backlash after Boris Johnson says Thatcher helped climate by closing UK coal mines
Johnson made the comments towards the end of a two-day trip to Scotland.
# Level Zero
Scotland to move to lowest level of Covid restrictions on Monday
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told a virtual session of the Scottish Parliament that the country could move to Level 0 of restrictions.
# Aussie Rules
Dream come true as Min Woo Lee wins Scottish Open after play-off victory
Padraig Harrington and Cormac Sharvin were flying the flag across the water.
# Euro 2020
Almost 2,000 Scots infectious with Covid attended Euro 2020 events
Nearly two-thirds of cases reported travelling to London for a Euro 2020-related event.
# trade deal
Northern Irish and Scottish ministers write to UK government over Australia deal concerns
The two administrations say the deal risks having a disproportionate impact on domestic farmers.
# trolls
Lions wing Van Der Merwe blocks out social media messages questioning his place
The South Africa-born Scotland wing says the messages also motivate him.
# Cervical Cancer
CervicalCheck moves to 'allay women's fears' after Scotland's cervical cancer screening error
Over 24 years, around 430 women in Scotland who had hysterectomies were wrongly told they didn’t need to be screened.
# Disruption
Scotland boss challenges Billy Gilmour replacement to make himself 'national hero'
Gilmour’s positive Covid-19 test will force Steve Clarke to rethink his starting line-up.
# Scotland
Millions of new smart TVs, laptops and other items in Amazon warehouse marked 'destroy'
A probe found that items earmarked for destruction at a Scottish warehouse.
# change of scenery
'It was a big move in my career. I wasn't playing week in, week out over in Scotland so I took the leap'
Matty Smith has been key to St Patrick’s Athletic’s excellent start to the season.
# Reaction
Gareth Southgate says qualification is more important than beating Scotland
England were booed off at Wembley after last night’s goalless draw.
# Star Of The Show
'He has got a huge future ahead of him' - Praise for Scotland's Gilmour after display against England
The 20-year-old Chelsea midfielder put in a man-of-the-match performance.
# Setback
‘Football ain’t coming home’ – Graeme Souness leads criticism of England
Three Lions captain Harry Kane was roundly criticised after he fired another blank against Scotland.
# Stalemate
England held by Scotland in unimpressive Euro 2020 display
John Stones hit the post early on but Scotland went close through Stephen O’Donnell and Lyndon Dykes.