The world of sport continued to react to the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday, even with most fixtures and upcoming events already postponed.
Michael Devlin admits he and his Aberdeen team-mates are struggling to see how the season can be finished.
Brentford sharpshooter Ollie Watkins has propelled The Bees into the Championship play-off picture this season. Here, PA looks at the 24-year-old’s burgeoning career amid regular links to a big-money Premier League transfer.
Alex Salmond’s QC has referred himself to the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission after he was filmed apparently discussing the case on a train before the former first minister was acquitted of all charges in his trial.
A birds of prey centre that has been “saved” by the Government’s job retention scheme has named its first two chicks of the breeding season after the Prime Minister and Chancellor.
Hull Trains is to temporarily suspend all its services from Monday as a result of “unprecedented circumstances” surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
Six further people with coronavirus have died in Northern Ireland, taking the death toll in the region to 21.
Keep up with the latest updates as the coronavirus outbreak continues to impact across the country. Reporters from across the DCT Media titles will keep you up to date with the latest closures, cancellations, health information and more. We’ll bring you all of the news as it happens throughout the day:
A further coronavirus patient in Scotland has died, bringing the total number of deaths to 41, the Scottish Government has announced.
Tottenham forward Son Heung-min has returned to South Korea with the Premier League season on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.