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Colin Moffat

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  1. Goodbye

    That's enough from me.

    Enjoy the rest of your Saturday, no matter how your team got on.

    Join us for radio and text coverage of Celtic v Hearts [13:00 kick-off] tomorrow.

  2. Celtic have record in their sights

    We'll be back tomorrow to see if Celtic can set a new club record. Brendan Rodgers' Premiership leaders are unbeaten in 26 domestic games and host Hearts at lunchtime looking to establish their best start to a season since 1966-67.

    Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers
    Image caption: Rodgers is yet to lose against a Scottish side since taking over
  3. Ton take control

    Lastest: Ayr Utd 0-3 Morton

    It's one-way traffic in the Championship encounter at Somerset Park, with the visitors scoring three in the opening half hour.

    You can follow the game here.

    Jim Duffy's side are on course to close the gap on second-placed Dundee United to three points and they have a game in hand.

  4. County boss rues slack second half

    FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    Ross County manager Jim McIntyre on BBC Sportsound:

    "It could feel it coming and it came from us. We were very wasteful with our passing in the second half and made a lot of unforced errors.

    "It's really disappointing because, after losing such an early goal, our response was fantastic and we were in control of the match but we got a bit sloppy at the end of the first half and that gave Killie a lift and they were the better team after that."

  5. 'We're trying hard to get a player in'

    FT: St Johnstone 3-0 Hamilton Accies

    Hamilton Accies manager Martin Canning speaking to BBC Scotland:

    "I've spoken a couple of times after games about key moments and there's none more key than that (Ali Crawford's miss at 0-0). When you go through one on one like that you've got to put the ball in the back of the net. We would have deserved the lead, we were the better team at that point.

    "We are playing well and I thought we played particularly well today at times, but we need to win games. 

    "Hopefully we can get one (player) in. We're trying really hard. We've just found out Louis Longridge has broken his metatarsal so he's going to be out, Greg Docherty is out, Darren Lyons is out, so we're going through a tough run. We are stretched but it doesn't excuse defending like that."

  6. Berwick remember their biggest day

    Wee Rangers mark a special victory

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    Berwick Rangers remain second bottom of League Two after another defeat but they might just have a drink or two at the social club to mark a special anniversary...

  7. Record-breaker Boyd

    FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd on his opening goal, now the quickest in the Scottish top flight:

    "I've not seen it again yet and I can't actually remember what happened! It was a long punt up the pitch and the next thing I found myself through on goal. I thought I was offside to begin with but it was a great start.

    "We got sloppy and paid the price because Ross County were excellent for 10 minutes but we showed great determination and it's a great three points for us."

    Kris Boyd scored after 10 seconds
    Image caption: Boyd scored after 10 seconds at Rugby Park
  8. 'We have to do better than Hearts'

    FT: St Johnstone 3-0 Hamilton Academical

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright speaking to BBC Scotland:

    "We'll play better and lose but ultimately we got the job done. We defended corners against them well and it was important to get to half-time at 0-0, but in the second half we looked more like ourselves but it certainly wasn't a comfortable game.

    "The more wins we get the harder it gets for teams to catch is. We're level with Hearts now so we've got to see if we can finish the season better than them. 

    "We've tried (to bring players in) but we're in a strong position in the league and the main concern is targetting for next season. Something might happen if the chairman can do something. I'm more than comfortable with what we've got for the rest of the season."

  9. Lennon still looking for new recruits

    FT: Queen of the South 0-1 Hibernian

    Hibs manager Neil Lennon talking to BBC Sportsound:

    "I thought we were excellent. For long periods we controlled the game but didn't penetrate as much as we should have in the first half. It was like we wanted to score the perfect goal.

    "We had a very good 25 minute spell in the second half, got the goal and their goalkeeper has made a few good saves.

    "The goal was well executed. One from the training ground, although there was a bit of luck with the deflection. John McGinn had a great game, another outstanding performance.

    "The Kris Commons situation has not changed but I would like to bring in at least one more player. People keep saying we have a big squad but we don't.

    "We liked what we saw from Dylan Bikey but we didn't make him an offer and Hearts made their move. We move on."

  10. Post update

    FT: Inverness CT 0-0 Partick Thistle

    So, can bottom side Caley Thistle reach the top six as manager Richie Foran says?

    "No way," is the curt response from BBC Sportsound pundit Willie Miller. "They will need to improve dramatically. That was a dreadful performance."

    Straight talking from Oor Wullie...

  11. Clean sheet is boost for Jags boss

    FT: Inverness CT 0-0 Partick Thistle

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald on BBC Radio Scotland:

    "We played a lot of good stuff against a determined Caley side, we moved the ball around well and it took a great save from the goalkeeper to stop us going ahead in the first half. That was the best chance of the match.

    "It's a hard place to come and we're delighted with a clean sheet. It was a young back four and we'll build on this."

  12. Foran delighted with 'big point'

    FT: Inverness CT 0-0 Partick Thistle

    Inverness CT manager Richie Foran on BBC Radio Scotland:

    "I'm delighted with the point, the boys were flat out on their feet. Greg Tansey and Garry Warren were both up all last night with sickness and needed injections to play.

    "It's probably a fair result on chances. That's a big point for us and we go into Tuesday raring to go. There's a bit of pressure on Hamilton now.

    "Our aim is still top six and I fully believe we will get there.

    "We need to bring another couple in before the transfer window closes but it's all positive."



    Ayr United v Greenock Morton (17:15, live on BBC Alba)

    Dunfermline Athletic 1-1 Dundee United

    Queen of the South 0-1 Hibernian

    Raith Rovers 1-3 Dumbarton

    St Mirren 1-2 Falkirk

    League One

    Albion Rovers 1-1 Alloa Athletic

    East Fife 0-0 Stranraer

    Livingston 3-0 Brechin City

    Peterhead 4-0 Queen's Park

    Stenhousemuir 4-2 Airdrieonians

    League Two

    Annan Athletic 4-1 Stirling Albion

    Clyde 1-2 Arbroath

    Elgin City 3-1 Edinburgh City

    Forfar Athletic 3-1 Cowdenbeath

    Montrose 2-1 Berwick Rangers

  14. Hibs increase Championship lead

    Championship round-up

    Another good day for Hibs, who stretch their lead at the top of the table to eight points thanks to John McGinn's goal at Palmerston Park.

    Dundee United gave it a good go at East End Park but a 1-1 draw makes it four league games without a win for Ray McKinnon's side.

    Morton can close the gap on United with a win at Somerset Park. That game in Ayr kicks off in 10 minutes and can be seen on BBC Alba.

    John McGinn scored the only goal in Dumfries
    Image caption: McGinn scored the only goal in Dumfries
  15. St Johnstone punish Crawford

    St Johnstone 3-0 Hamilton

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at McDiarmid Park

    How Ali Crawford failed to score when sent through on goal will torment the midfielder and his manager. St Johnstone went on to score three goals, to leave the visitors without a win in 12 league games.

  16. Life after Coulibaly

    FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Sport Scotland at Rugby Park

    Sensational stuff at Rugby Park. The match ebbed and flowed right from the off, but Lee Clark's side probably just about deserved the three points after dominating the second half. Souleymane who?

  17. FULL-TIME Inverness CT 0-0 Partick Thistle

    A goalless stalemate in the Highlands. Not the worst result for either side as bottom side Inverness move level on points with Hamilton and Partick get into the top six.

    Home manager Richie Foran said it was a "must-win" for his side but it didn't look like it, with very little in the way of goalmouth action.

    Inverness and Partick players
  18. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    A five-goal thriller goes the way of the hosts, who scored right at the start and right at the end of a fantastic match.

    Lee Clark's side nudge up to eighth in the table, level on points with today's visitors.

  19. Saints turn it round

    FT: St Johnstone 3-0 Hamilton Accies

    Quote Message: It's an incredible scoreline really because the first half had nothing to it, and St Johnstone haven't had to do anything sensational to win this very comfortably. The Hamilton fans who have made it here will be really worried. from Rob MacLean BBC Radio Scotland at McDairmid Park
    Rob MacLeanBBC Radio Scotland at McDairmid Park
    Martin Canning (left)
  20. GOAL Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    Sean Longstaff, 90 mins

    Killie have surely nicked it! The visitors surrender possession in their own half, and Newcastle loanee Sean Longstaff is played in on goal. The youngster makes no mistake, and looks to have handed his new team their third win in 12 league games.