Thursday's Scottish Gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Neil Lennon hailed his Celtic side after they secured their third consecutive league title. Savouring a ninth championship for the club in 14 years, Lennon said: "we have a demanding support but we've won this league in style." (Various)

Lennon says his current squad can dominate Scottish football for years to come.

Full story: Daily Record  

The SFA will later back proposals to set up a new Champions League-style tournament for the national team. SFA chief executive Stewart Regan has given his blessing to the plan for a third major tournament for European sides that will kick off after the World Cup in 2018.

Full story: Daily Record

Teenage title winner Liam Henderson savoured a dream come true after coming off the bench to score in Celtic's championship-clinching victory at Firhill. (Various)

Scotland and Hull City Allan McGregor was taken to hospital after suffering kidney damage during the defeat by West Ham. (Various)

BDO, the administrators at Hearts, anticipate further delays as they await confirmation that creditors of Ukio Bankas will approve the transfer of the bank's shareholding to the holding company of prospective chairperson Ann Budge.

Full story: Herald

Hibs defender Paul Hanlon is "gutted" at the prospect of missing Sunday's Edinburgh derby through injury. The 24-year-old is struggling with a knee problem.

Full story: Daily Mail

OTHER GOSSIP

Male-only golf clubs could still host The Open Championship despite the R&A preparing to admit women members for the first time in its 260-year history.

Full story: Daily Mail