Scotland's papers: Murray's gold and Holyrood 'power grab'
Many of Scotland's newspapers published second editions of their front pages after Andy Murray won a gold medal in the tennis at the Rio Olympics.
The Herald features a huge picture of Murray across its front page, celebrating his win over Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro in Rio. The paper also has a story about the SNP being accused of a Holyrood "power grab" as junior MSPs land "key jobs".
The Scotsman also has a picture of Andy Murray and the story that Scots have beaten their medal haul for an "away" Olympics.
The Times says that Team GB has "struck gold" at the Rio Olympics as the UK enjoyed its most successful day of Olympics competition since 1920.
"Sensational Sunday" is the headline on the front page of the Scottish Daily Mail, with pictures of Andy Murray and Max Whitlock.
The Scottish Sun says Andy Murray capped a "Super Sunday" by winning men's Olympic tennis gold.
The Daily Record has a story about a man who faked photos to invent a "bogus" Army career.
The Scottish Daily Express says Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered Britain "out of the EU fast".
The National reports that former first minister Alex Salmond has attacked the BBC for its "misreporting" of an RBS interview.
The Press and Journal has a story about windfarm operators being paid £3.1m for turning off their turbines for one day.
And the Courier says Andy Murray had to come through one of the hardest matches of his career to win Olympic gold.