3rd May 2016
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Fixtures changed after ferry disruption
0 comments, 25/04/2016, by in Sport

Transport disruption has led to two football fixtures being rescheduled.The Madrid Cup match between Whitedale and Delting which was due to be played tonight has been called off due to ferry disruption. It will be played on Friday at the Harbison in Whalsay.An all-Lerwick clash between Spur... Read more...

Talking Sport … by Jim Tait
0 comments, 12/03/2016, by in News, Sport

Fourth officials need to understand the frustrationI’m sure everyone has moments when they want to throw something at the television.In my own case it can be when the likes of Russell Brand, Jonathan Ross, Graham Norton or Ant and Dec appear, or when BBC journalists start attempting to gar... Read more...

Talking Sport … with Jim Tait
0 comments, 26/02/2016, by in News, Sport

Weekend weather forecasts are of great importance to Shetland’s sports people who travel to the mainland in search of wider competition.As we went to press the next few days appear to be set pretty fair, which will be good news for the women’s hockey squad heading to Aberdeen for their Scott... Read more...

Talking sport … with Jim Tait
0 comments, 11/02/2016, by in Sport

Understrength hockey team rose to the occasionThe Shetland women’s hockey team are just over a fortnight away from one of their biggest challenges, the Scottish Cup semi-final.As the current crop of players train hard at Brae for their match against Milne Craig Clydesdale Western Ladies ... Read more...

Talking sport … with Jim Tait
0 comments, 29/01/2016, by in Sport

Dundee manager Paul Hartley this week launched a blistering attack on the BBC's long-running television programme Sportscene, which provides brief highlights on Sunday evening of Scottish football matches along with a few thoughts from various "pundits".Hartley's venom was mainly directed at one... Read more...

Talking Sport …
0 comments, 15/01/2016, by in Sport

Flaws is excellent choice for a second SFA stintThe threatened dissolution of Shetland Football Association thankfully did not come to pass, following a crisis meeting on Tuesday evening.A full new set of office-bearers, led by Magnus Flaws returning to his former role as president, was unan... Read more...