Jail and ban for cup final assault fan
A RANGERS supporter who kicked a Hibs fan after the Scottish Cup Final last year during a pitch invasion has been jailed for nine months.
Darren McDonald, 40, travelled from Ballymena, County Antrim, to support his team when he was caught on camera after the match.
He was named at the time and pictured in the media after the game that saw Hibs beat Rangers 3-2 on May 21.
At Glasgow Sheriff Court he pled guilty to running on to the pitch after the final whistle and assaulting the unknown man and kicking him on the head or body.
Sheriff Stuart Reid handed McDonald a nine-month sentence and a three-and-ahalf year football banning order. McDonald is currently serving a sentence in Northern Ireland and the latest jail term is to start after that finishes.