In pictures: Scotland's sporting highs and lows for 2015 1 Jan 2016 From the section Scotland Share this page Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/scotland/35153569 Read more about sharing. January: Gary Anderson beat 16-time champion Phil Taylor 7-6 in a thrilling final to win his first PDC World Championship January: Andy Murray finished runner-up in the Australian Open for a fourth time, with world number one Novak Djokovic claiming three of the four Grand Slam events in 2015 March: A hugely disappointing Six Nations campaign ended in a 40-10 home loss to Ireland as Scotland were whitewashed May: Scotland skipper Greig Laidlaw got the better of his old team as Edinburgh lost 19-13 to Gloucester in the final of the European Challenge Cup in London May: Captain Al Kellock retired on a high note as Glasgow Warriors lifted the Pro12 trophy for the first time, turning in a brilliant display to beat Munster 31-13 in the final in Belfast May: Manager Ronny Deila ends his first season as Celtic manager with the Scottish Premiership trophy, adding to the League Cup success in March. It was a fourth consecutive title for Celtic May: Inverness CT reached their first Scottish Cup final and beat Falkirk 2-1 at Hampden to take the trophy back to the Highlands July: Having reached the same stage at the French Open, Andy Murray got to the semi-finals at Wimbledon, where he lost in straight sets to Roger Federer July: Scotland and Netherlands share the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier trophy after the Dublin final was abandoned without a ball being bowled, reaching the main event in India next year August: Ross Murdoch was the only Scot to win a medal at the World Swimming Championships, collecting bronze in the 100m breaststroke. September: Scott Brash made show jumping history with victory in the Calgary Grand Prix, becoming the first rider to complete the sport's grand slam October: Scotland's hopes of reaching Euro 2016 were dashed in dramatic fashion as Poland equalised with the final kick of the match at Hampden October: Scotland's World Cup ended in heartache as Australia kicked a controversial late penalty to win the quarter-final 35-34 at Twickenham October: Katie Archibald returned from the European Championships in France with three gold medals November: Russell Knox picked a good time for his maiden tournament win, the seventh reserve enjoying a two-stroke success at the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament in Shanghai November: Britain ended a 79-year wait for the Davis Cup with three Scots to the fore. Andy Murray won all his singles matches and every doubles rubber with brother Jamie, with Leon Smith captaining the team November: Scottish skip Eve Muirhead collected a sixth consecutive European Championship medal, finishing with silver after losing to Russia in the final in Denmark December: Andy Murray wins BBC Sports Personality of the Year for the second time after his Davis Cup heroics, four titles and the number two world ranking.