I Friday the 26 May will see Scotland kick off against the Ivory Coast in their opening match of the Rugby World Cup in South Alrica. Over the following eight days they play Tonga and then France. Roy Laidlaw, former Scotland scrum-halt and now part of the team’s coaching squad, reckons that the boys in blue should have few problems with their first two games but sees our Gallic counterparts as something of a threat. The team have been preparing for the tournament since last July and are currently in Spain trying to build up some resistance to the fierce heat and humidity

they will encounter in Africa.

Scotland’s three matches will be broadcast live on SW on Fri 26 at 3pm,Tue 30 at

6.50pm and Sat 3 at 4pm.

Sunday 21

I Glasgow Tigers v Reading Shawl'teld Stadium. Rutherglen Road. Glasgow. (>13 1552. 7.15pm. £7.50 including race card. concs for kids and ()APs.

1 Friday 26

i I Edinburgh Monarchs v Wolverhampton Powderhall Stadium. Beaverhall Road. lidinburgh. 556 3979. 7.15pm. £7.50 including race card. cones for kids and

i ()APs. British Premier League match.

Sunday 28

I Glasgow Tigers v Ipswich Shawt'ield Stadium. Rutherglen Road. Glasgow. 613 1552. 7.15pm. £7.50 including race card. cones for kids and OAPs.

I Edinburgh Monarchs v Swindon Powderhall Stadium. Beaverhall Road. Edinburgh. 556 3979. 7.15pm. £7.50 including race card. cones for kids and GAPS.


Wednesday 24-Saturday 27

I Women’s World Double Gup Craiglockhart Sports Centre. Edinburgh. 220 4349. Start of play 2pm Wed 24fl‘hurs 25. 1.30pm Fri 26/Sat 27. £6—£ l 2 plus concs. World Class tennis swings into Edinburgh's new showpiece centre for this tournament. Between the fourteen players who have entered for the doubles so far. they have won ten Grand Slam doubles titles. Supporting the main event will be a legends of tennis tournament which includes Tracy Austin and Virginia Wade.


Friday 19—Sunday 21

I Glasgow City European Volleyball Champions Cup Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena. Argyle Street. 357 2525. Fri 19 7pm. Sat 20/Sun 21 9am. Day passes £3 (£1.50). tournament passes £4.50 (£2.50). Europe's top volleyball teams converge on Glasgow to sweat it out on court. Competing for a variety of honours will be Hungarian Premier division side LR] Malev. Begians Noliko i‘vlaaseik. Team Luxembourg. London‘s Mizuno Mallory and homegrown talent in the form of the City of Glasgow Ragazzi.

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