UPDATE; PORTE SNUBS HAWKS.
The prop-cum-hooker had been expected to play for Hawks against Hawick at Old Anniesland tomorrow after moving from Penzance, but opted for Myreside.
Sonians coach Andrew Ker said: "Danny's appearance was too late to get his registration sorted out before our match with West of Scotland."
CURLING: Scotland will fight out both of today's European Championship semi- finals at Flims, Switzerland. Gordon Muirhead's men beat Germany 6-3 yesterday and face Norway, and Rhona Martin's women take on the Swiss after beating France 5-4.
GOLF: New Zealander Philip Tataurangi fired a four-under 68 to take a one-shot lead in the New Zealand Open in Auckland.
ICE HOCKEY: Cardiff Devils blasted hosts Bracknell Bees 4-1 last night to move to within four points of Sekonda Superleague pace-setters Manchester Storm.
Other result: London Knights 2, Sheffield Steelers 2 (overtime).
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Dec 11, 1998|
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