0 Sport is listed as diary: by sport, then by day, then by event.
BASKETBALL Sunday 22
DIVISION 1 (Men)
0 Failrirltv Glasgow Airport Grangemouth Sports Centre, Abbot’s Road, Grangemouth. 3pm. 0 Murray IL v Boroughmuir The Forum, Almondvale West, Livingston. 4pm.
DIVISION 1 (Women)
0 Aztecs V All Blacks Bellahouston Sports Centre, Bellahouston Drive, Glasgow. 4.45pm.
0 Bellway Homes v Paisley Grangemouth SC (as above). 1pm. 0 Murray IL v Boroughmuir The Forum (as above). 2pm.
DIVISION 1 (Men)
0 GEAR v Team Simpson Donald Eastbank Academy. Glasgow. 3pm. 0 Glasgow Airport v Murray IL Barrhead Sports Centre. Main Street, Barrhead. 3.45pm. DIVISION 1 (Women)
0 All Blacks v Beliway Homes Tynecastle High, McLeod Street, Edinburgh. 3.15pm.
0 Edinburgh Royals v Dundee Wasps Forrester High, Broomhouse Road, Edinburgh. 1.15pm.
0 Paisley V Murray IL Barrhead SC (see above). 1.45pm.
0 Plaza Ballroom Glasgow. Main event is the re-match of the controversial welter-weight fight between Garry Jacobs and Dave Douglas. Check with venue for time and prices (041 423 3077).
0 Forum Livingston. Bill features two light-weight eliminators for the British championship. with Scots Steve Boyle and Alex Dickson in action. Doors Open 7.15pm for 8pm start. Tickets: £20 (Ringside); £15, £10, £7.50, £5.
0 Race Days Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, Powderhall Stadium, Beaverhall Road. Edinburgh. Race meetings are for 10 races, starting at 7.30pm. £2.20 Stand; £1 .30 Ground.
FOOTB ' LL Friday 20 0 Rangers \l Bordeaux Ibrox, Glasgow (2 mins from Ibrox Underground). A fixtureless Rangers have arranged this attractive friendly with the French Cup holders.
SCOTTISH CUP (Fourth Round)
0 Clydebank v Hibs Kilbowie, Clydebank (2 mins from Singer Station). Hibs were a little ﬂattered by their winning margin against Dunfermline, but should be able to take at least a replay from Kilbowie. 0 Hamilton v Motherwell Douglas Park. Hamilton (15 mins from Bus Station). A well-earned local derby for Hamilton. and ifyou‘re waiting for a prediction. forget it . . .
O Hearls V Celtic Tynecastle. Edinburgh (Buses 1.2. 3, 4. 33. 34, 44). IfCeltic do win this cup. no one can say they had the luck ofthe draw. Hearts home defeat by Rangers left this trophy as their last real chance this season. and they will be desperate to do well. All the makings ofa classic cup thriller.
0 Morton v St Mirren Cappielow. Greenock (5 mins from Cartsdyke Station). Another local derby. but the Premier League visitors will not relish the difficult journey down the Clyde.
FINE FARE LEAGUE FIRS'I‘DIVISION
0 Clyde V Airdrie Firhill, Glasgow (Buses l, 8. 21 , 57. 60. 61).
o Dumbarton v Montrose Boghead, Dumbarton (10mins from Dumbarton East Station).
0 Dunlermiine v Partick Thistle East End Park, Dunfermline (15 mins from station).
0 Ciydebankv Hamilton Kilbowie (see above). Not the most attractive pairing, but a vital bottom-of—the-table battle.
0 Hearts v SI Mirren Tynecastle (see above). Hearts may be tempted to relax after successive Old Firm
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0 Motherwell v Falkirit Fir Park, Motherwell (all Motherwell buses pass ground). The expanded Premier Division is throwing up too many less than riveting fixtures: this is likely to be one such.
0 Rangers v Hibs Ibrox, Glasgow (2 mins from Ibrox Underground). Hamilton‘s win — and comparisons with Berwick do their Premier status no justice - means that Rangers can devote their undivided attention to the Championship. Hibs have won three points in Edinburgh. but are unlikely to add to that today. FIRST DIVISION
0 Airdrie v Oueen oi the South
Broomfield, Airdrie (15 mins from Airdrie Station). The title-race remains wide open in this division, and Airdrie must win to sustain their own challenge.
0 Clyde v Morton Firhill, Glasgow (Buses 1,8, 21,57, 60,61).
0 Dumbarton v Particit Thistle Boghead, Dumbarton (10mins from Dumbarton East Station).
0 Kiimarnocit v East File Rugby Park. Kilmarnock (15 mins from Stations).
0 Musselburgh Last National Hunt meeting ofthe season at the seaside track (8 miles from Edinburgh on the A1). Club £7; Paddock £3.50 (£2). First race 1.45pm.
ICE HOCKEY Saturday 21
HEINEKEN NATIONAL LEAGUE
0 File Fiyers v Nottingham Panthers Kirkcaldy Ice Rink, Kirkcaldy. 7.15pm. £2.75 (£1.75).
HEINEKEN NATIONAL LEAGUE
o Murraylield Racers v Nottingham Panthers Murrayfield Ice Rink, Edinburgh. 6.30pm. £2.50 (£1 .50).
REGAL SCOTTISH CUP
0 Semi-Finals Kirkcaldy Ice Rink. 2.30pm and 7pm. Draw has yet to be made. but with the big four— Murrayfield. Ayr. Fife and holders
— CHAMPIONSHIP JUOO
international opposition. Competition will be lierce, but Scotland‘s chiel medal hopes rest with Martin McSorley (78kg). Marit Preston and Gavin Bell (both 60kg). (Kenny Mathieson).
Dundee — involved, two hectic matches are guaranteed.
REGAL SCOTTISH CUP
0 Final Kirkcaldy Ice Rink. 11.30am (note early start to suit Scottish Television).
NEINEKEN NATIONAL LEAGUE
0 Glasgow Summit Eagles v Peterborough Pirates Summit Centre, Minerva Way, Finneston. 5.30pm. £2 (£1).
o Ayr Bruins v Solihuil Barons Ayr Ice Rink. Limekilns Road, Ayr. 7pm. £2.50(£1.50).
Saturday 21/Sunday 22
0 Scottish Open Judo Championship Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh. 9am daily. £2 (£1). Entries from around a dozen countries will swell the strong representation at this year’s biggest-ever event. The popularity of the sport in Scotland is reﬂected by our good showing in international competition, and there should be some home medallists to cheer.
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0 Scotland v Ireland Murrayfield, Edinburgh. A sold-out Murrayfield will greet Scotland‘s first match in the 1987 Five Nation‘s Championship. Scotland grabbed a share ofthe title last year (throughout which they were heavily indebted to Gavin Hastings‘ points kicking) by stealing a win in Dublin, but will be looking to open their account with a more impressive display today against an Irish side fresh from their 17—0 drubbing of England.
MCEWAN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 1
o Heriol’s FP v Boroughmuir Goldenacre, Edinburgh. 2.30pm.
0 Stewart’s Melville FP v Watsonians lnverleith, Edinburgh. 2.30pm.
0 Glasgow Acads v West ol Scotland New Anniesland, Glasgow. 2.30pm. 0 Edinburgh Acads v Melrose Raeburn Place. Edinburgh. 2.30pm.
0 Sri Chinmoy Peace Mile The Meadows, Edinburgh. 103m. The measured mile will be inaugurated with an open race, with heats starting at 10.30am. Some of Scotland’s top runners expected, but also aimed at the fun-runner. Further information from 031 661 8403.
0 Scottish Open Squash Championships Edinburgh Sports Club, Belford Place, Edinburgh. Admission at door in Edinburgh, with prices to be fixed (possibly free). The final will take place in Aberdeen on Monday 2, at Skean Dhu Hotel, Dyce.
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