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Stevie May's double against Aberdeen took St Johnstone to their first ever Scottish Cup final at Celtic Park against Dundee United - appropriately on 17 May,

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

St Johnstone striker Stevie May says scoring the goals that defeated Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Ibrox was made all the sweeter because he is singled out for verbal taunts by Dons fans.

Full story: Daily Mail

St Johnstone midfielder Chris Millar says being written off by BBC pundit Pat Nevin fired up St Johnstone to defeat Aberdeen 2-1 in their Scottish Cup semi-final.

Full story: Daily Express (print edition)

Dundee United defender Gavin Gunning says he is still in talks about a new contract but admits that his future is up in the air and that, if he does leave Tannadice, he is determined to exit the club as a Scottish Cup winner.

Full story: The Scotsman

Rangers goalkeeper Steve Simonsen has quit the social media site, Twitter, after receiving abuse following the blunder that helped Dundee United defeat his side 3-1 in Saturday's Scottish Cup semi-final.

Full story: Daily Mail (print edition)

Jim McInally says Rangers passed up the chance to sign striker Rory McAllister for nothing last summer, the Peterhead manager having recommended the striker to the Ibrox club before his goals helped his side win the League Two title.

Full story: Daily Record (print edition)

Scotland striker Steven Fletcher, who looks likely to miss the rest of the season through injury, will be sold by Sunderland in the summer should they fail to avoid relegation from the Premier League in England.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

Leeds United striker Ross McCormack is a £5m summer target for West Ham United, who failed in a bid for the Scotland international during the January transfer window.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)


Former world snooker champion Stephen Hendry's house is up for rent during the Ryder Cup after he split from his wife, Mandy, for 26-year-old children's television star Lauren Thundow.

Full story: Daily Record

Stephen Gallacher declared himself satisfied with his Masters debut despite the third-round 81 that put the Scottish golfer out of contention for the Green Jacket, having broken par or matched it in his other three rounds as he finished in a tie for 34th place.

Full story: The Scotsman

Sandy Lyle has resigned himself to being overlooked again as part of the Ryder Cup backroom team after captain Paul McGinlay decided against including the veteran Scottish major winner as one of his assistants.

Full story: Daily Express (print edition)

Boxer Willie Limond has signed a three-year contract with promoter Alex Morrison in a bid to win British and European championship belts.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

Glasgow Rocks' British Basketball League play-off hopes are hanging by a thread after a late collapse handed Sheffield Sharks a 67-65 win at the Emirates Arena.

Full story: Daily Record (print edition)

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