Well, it has been quite an afternoon. Rangers began the day's action with a 2-1 win over Dundee at Dens Park, and that was followed by away wins for St Johnstone, Ross County and Kilmarnock. At Pittodrie, the Dons and Hearts drew a blank. In the Championship, Falkirk salvaged a point away to Morton, while Dumbarton beat Dundee United, Hibs edged out Dunfermline, and Queen of the South and Raith Rovers enjoyed home wins over Ayr and St Mirren respectively. Thanks very much for joining BBC Scotland's coverage this afternoon.
- Premiership results
- Aberdeen 0-0 Hearts; Hamilton 1-2 Kilmarnock (Longridge; Boyd, Coulibaly)
- Inverness CT 2-3 Ross County (Boden, Draper; Boyce 3); Motherwell 1-2 St Johnstone (Cadden; Swanson, MacLean)
- Dundee 1-2 Rangers (O'Hara; Forrester, Miller)
- Celtic in Limerick to play Inter Milan friendly
Head coach Neil Lennon has confirmed Hibernian's interest in signing Birmingham City forward Andrew Shinnie.
Scotland cap Shinnie, 27, spent the end of last season on loan at Rotherham United.
"We have spoken to the club and we have spoken to the player," Lennon told BBC Scotland.
- SMS Message: "Aberdeen FC improving the pies has obviously had a negative impact on the playing budget this season, utter dire!" from Gary Wilson
Andy Murray has reached the final of the men's singles, beating Japan's Kei Nishikori in straight sets!
Hibs head coach Neil Lennon: "We made the changes and the two subs came up and created the winning goal. We have to learn to be better. That's the psychology of the game - if you are going to win things you have to ride out tough moments. Grant Holt is probably trying too hard. That's three games in a week he's had to play and he's contributing just fine. Dunfermline are a good side. They romped the league last year and they've got a good manager. They are going to give teams a lot of problems. I really enjoyed the crowd today. Thankfully we've sent them home very happy. For Hibs to get 16,000 in here, magic!"
"Inverness threw the kitchen sink at the end but County held on. (Kevin) McNaughton was Inverness's main centre-half and with him being out they need to go and get someone in in that position."
BBC Scotland football pundit Willie Miller: "Both sides gave it everything. I have no problem with physicality as long as it is legal, but the finer points were missing today."
Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson: "It was a tough point for both teams. It was an entertaining game. I thought John Souttar was magnificent today. He was up against two of the most physical players in the league in Rooney and Stockley and handled it well. It's been a tough start for us, playing the champions, the team that finished fourth then the team that finished second. Perry Kitchen will be a key player for us this season. Tony Watt brings a spark to the team, he's a great character to have around, the players love him."
SCOTTISH LEAGUE TWO
Berwick Rangers 2-0 Annan Athletic
Elgin City 3-0 Edinburgh City
Forfar 4-3 Cowdenbeath
Montrose 1-1 Arbroath
Stirling Albion 1-1 Clyde
SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
Airdrieonians 2-4 Livingston
Albion Rovers 0-2 Brechin
Peterhead 0-3 East Fife
Stenhousemuir 1-2 Queen's Park
Stranraer 2-5 Alloa
Dumbarton 1-0 Dundee Utd
Hibernian 2-1 Dunfermline
Morton 1-1 Falkirk
Queen of the South 4-1 Ayr Utd
Raith Rovers 3-1 St Mirren
BBC Scotland at the Caledonian Stadium
"What a great advert for Highland football - all-out attacking football, five goals, contentious decisions, and a hat-trick for back-to-form Liam Boyce as County hold off a spirited Inverness fight-back to win all three points."
What a boost for Kilmarnock, coming back from a goal down to score twice in the second half.
Steven MacLean's winner for the Saints puts the Perth men level on points with Rangers at the top of the Premiership.
We're well into added time around the country in the Premiership games.
Caley Thistle are really knocking on the door as they press for an equaliser. This time it's Liam Polworth raking a long-range shot inches wide of the post.
Ali Crawford's curling free-kick clatters back off the left-hand post.
Hearts should have won it right there. Conor Sammon picks out Tony Watt who is just 12 yards out, but he lifts it over the bar.
Now Killie threaten with Kris Boyd heading narrowly wide from a corner.