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McRae's back on Antrim title trail; UPDATE.

SCOTTISH rally legend Jimmy McRae hopes to make it four career wins at Rally Ulster when he returns to asphalt rallying in the Tuthill Porsche Challenge this weekend.

The five-times British champion was back behind the wheel for the first time in three years two rounds ago at the Pirelli International and recorded a comeback victory.

Now, after leading the series, he is determined to prove he hasn't lost any of his prowess on asphalt at an Antrim venue that has been good to him.

McRae won there in 1981, 1986 and 1988 and has been installed as one of the favourites again in the only one-make series for Porsche 911s in the world.

ICE HOCKEY: Braehead Clan have signed 22-year-old left-handed Canadian shooter Brock McPherson.

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SPEEDWAY: Nick Morris makes his comeback tonight for Glasgow Tigers at Leicester Lions. The 17-year-old Aussie was sidelined last weekend with a knee injury.

HOCKEY: Scotland U-21s take on England at Largs in a double-header this weekend with today's match at 3pm and tomorrow's at 11am. BASKETBALL: Great Britain take on China today take do d u wi w t an aBBr Bi in i Tes T Ro R b as th up f Croa SQU beat 8-11 sem S in London in the Olympic Test tournament. Scotland's Robert Archibald will feature as the home side try to make up for defeats by France and Croatia earlier this week. SQUASH: Jamie McAulay beat Tom Brinkman 11-8 11-9 8-11 9-11 11-6 to reach the semi-finals of the National Squash Academy Open in Toronto. However, fellow Scot Lyall Paterson bowed out to England's Julian Wellings. SNOOKER: Glasgow's Alan McManus whitewashed Scunthorpe's Matt Couch 4-0 to move into the second round of the Players Tour Championship in Sheffield yesterday.

He will now meet Australian Open champion Stuart Bingham.

Another Scottish player, Renfrewshire's Scott MacKenzie, didn't fare so well, going down 4-1 to former world champion Neil Robertson of Australia.

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