Pleased to see that the BBC Scotland website is focused on weighty matters:
Kilmarnock FC are facing a legal battle with a local bakers over the naming rights for the famous "Killie Pie".
Brownings Bakery, who make the delicacy and provide match-day catering, have applied to trademark the name.
The club claim the "Killie" trademark belongs to them and have ended their partnership with Brownings from 31 May.
Brownings managing director John Gall said the Kilmarnock bakery owned the name and the club would be asked to stop using it.
The Killie Pie, which has a steak and gravy filling and a puff pastry lid, was voted the best pie in the SPFL last year.