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  1. Scottish Premiership results
  2. Celtic 6-1 Dundee Utd
  3. Dundee 1-1 Partick
  4. Thistle keeper Fox sent off
  5. Hamilton 1-0 St Johnstone
  6. Motherwell 0-2 Inverness CT
  7. Ross County 1-2 Kilmarnock

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

Highlights of today's Premiership games will be available on our website from 6pm tomorrow. We're back tomorrow afternoon for the small matter of the Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle.

Thanks for your company, hope you can join us then. Cheers.

So, Celtic hit Dundee United with six of the best on the day Fergus McCann returned to Celtic Park to unfurl the championship flag.

That heavy defeat for United saw them vacate top spot in the table as John Hughes's Inverness scaled the summit.

Kilmarnock and Hamilton Accies both recorded wins while Dundee fought back to draw with Partick Thistle.

Hamilton boss Alex Neil

"I always thought the boys would do well in the top flight. We've got a lot of good technical players, who move the ball really well

"I always believed we'd do well when we got into this league. Certainly, in the last two games, we've shown that."

Motherwell boss Stuart McCall

"It was a poor, poor performance from us. We didn't have an opportunity on goal and it's a very disappointing day for us. We're not anywhere near the level of last year.

"It's all about hard work."


Rose leaving Motherwell heading for A9: "Magnificent performance from Caley Thistle today. Beautiful passing game and well deserve to be top of the league."

BBC Scotland's Colin Moffat at Fir Park

"A thoroughly deserved win for John Hughes's men, who were in control from start to finish and treated their fans to two fantastic finishes.

"Motherwell were as limp as the corner flags at a soggy Fir Park, with no creative spark and, perhaps more worryingly, no drive or direction."


League Two

Annan Athletic 0-1 Queen's Park

Arbroath 1-0 Albion

East Fife 2-3 Berwick

East Stirling 2-1 Elgin


League One

Airdrieonians 0-2 Peterhead

Brechin 1-0 Stenhousemuir

Forfar 2-0 Dunfermline

Morton 4-0 Stranraer

Inverness CT boss John Hughes on going top of the Premiership

"We just take it as it comes and it was important to come here and put a show on. We were outstanding in the first half.

"We knew Motherwell would be a different animal in the second half and all credit to them. It was a cracking second goal from Aaron Doran."



Alloa 0-1 Raith Rovers

Dumbarton 0-4 Queen of the South

Livingston 2-1 Cowdenbeath


Ross County 1-2 Kilmarnock


Dundee 1-1 Partick


Motherwell 0-2 Inverness CT


Hamilton 1-0 St Johnstone

BBC Scotland's Colin Moffat at Fir Park

"The home fans are streaming for the exits to the taunts from the small pocket of Inverness fans as Aaron Doran is given far too much room on the left edge of the penalty area and plants a great strike into the opposite corner of the net."


Hamilton 1-0 St Johnstone

It's all happening at New Douglas Park. The ball pinballs around the hosts' penalty area and there's a claim for a penalty after Jesus Garcia Tena appears to use an arm but no spot-kick is awarded.


Motherwell 0-2 Inverness CT (Doran)

Inverness will be heading back up the A9 with three points on the coach as Aaron Doran arrows a superb second goal to seal victory.


Hamilton 1-0 St Johnstone

Andy Ryan comes very close to doubling Hamilton's lead, his fierce shot whistling wide.

After that goal for County, Michael Ngoo had the chance to make the points secure for Kilmarnock, but for the second time this afternoon he shoots against goalkeeper Antonio Reguero's legs.


Ross County 1-2 Kilmarnock (Boyce)

Liam Boyce pulls a goal back for Ross County at home to Killie as he heads into the net. Can the Staggies find another for their first point of the season?