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Summary

  1. Toral and Miller on target for Rangers
  2. M'well move seven points clear of Caley Thistle at the bottom
  3. Devlin doubles Accies' lead at Dundee
  4. Christie & Scobbie own goal for Aberdeen, Swanson pen for Saints
  5. Hibs win 3-0 to win Championship as Falkirk draw

Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Join us in the Highlands

    Ross County v Celtic

    Attention turns to newly crowned Scottish champions Celtic's visit to Dingwall tomorrow.

    There is a 12:30 kick-off in the Highlands, where the result will be more important to home side Ross County now that the Glasgow side have already secured a sixth straight title.

    County go into the game in eighth place, but they are now equal on points with Hamilton and Motherwell and only two above second-bottom as the battle to avoid a relegation play-off place looks likely to go to the wire as we enter the last five games.

    Join us for live coverage tomorrow.

    Celtic's Moussa Dembele and Ross County's Jay McEveley
  2. Hartley admits 'body blow'

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Hamilton Academical

    A sombre sounding Dundee manager Paul Hartley admitted to BBC Radio Scotland that his side are deep in trouble near the foot of the Premiership after their home defeat by Hamilton.

    "I am disappointed in certain aspects of our play and the result is a body blow for us," he said. 

    "We were not clinical enough and that sums up our performances. 

    "We have not been playing well and have to dig in. 

     "After seven defeats, its not nice and is a challenge and we have to fight our way out of it."

    Paul Hartley looks disappointed in the Dundee dugout
  3. Dons secure European football

    Aberdeen made sure of a Europa League place and stay nine points clear in second place in the Premiership after edging out St Johnstone.

    Here's Chris McLaughlin's impressions of the game at McDiarmid Park.

  4. Dundee drop down after Dens loss

    John Barnes reports from Dens Park as Hamilton threaten another escape from relegation as Dundee drop into second bottom place.

  5. Glasgow derby joy for Rangers

    You can also read how Rangers secured a win to go into their Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic on a high.

  6. Well, Well, controversy at Well

    Here's Martin Dowden's impressions on a controversial win for Motherwell over Inverness Caledonian Thistle - a result that put the visitors deeper into relegation trouble.

  7. Hibs secure Championship title

    You can now read Brian McLauchlin's account of the victory that clinched the Championship title for Hibs.

  8. Nerves play part in League Two

    Nobody seems to want to win League Two!

    Leaders Forfar and Arbroath both slipped up again, with the Loons beaten 1-0 away to Montrose and the Red Lichties, a point behind, beaten by the same scoreline at home to Edinburgh City.

    Annan Athletic moved into third thanks to a 2-1 win over Berwick Rangers.

    That was after Elgin, who were third, squandered a two-goal lead over relegation-threatened Clyde only for former Scotland striker David Goodwillie to strike a hat-trick in 12 second-half minutes.

    Just as well for the Bully Wee as bottom side Cowdenbeath were winning 3-0 away to Stirling Albion and would have drawn level with the Cumbernauld side had they lost at Broadwood.

    It means that four points separate the bottom four, with Edinburgh ahead of Clyde and Berwick, who have dropped to second bottom three points ahead of the Blue Brazil.

  9. Player tackles referee

    Ayr United 0-0 Dundee United

    The game at Somerset Park has been bizarrely held up after Ayr midfielder Crawford Allan tackles referee Crawford Allan, who is off the field for treatment!

  10. Alloa secure play-off place

    Congratulations too to Alloa, who came from behind to thrash Brechin 6-1 in League One and secure a place in the promotion play-offs.

    Amateurs Queen's Park jump into third place on goal difference from Airdrieonians after a 2-0 win over Albion Rovers.

    The Diamonds lost 2-1 away to Stranraer but remain a point ahead of Brechin, who drop out of the play-off spots.

    Stranraer's win keeps them three points ahead of Peterhead, who themselves had a fine 2-1 win away to East Fife to move five points ahead of bottom-placed Stenhousemuir - losers 1-0 at home to champions Livingston.

  11. Get Involved

    @bbcsportscot & facebook.com/bbcsportscotland

    Michael Monkhouse: Congratulations to Neil Lennon and Hibernian Football Club on winning the Championship title.   

    Graham Watt:  Welcome back Hibs, Aberdeen fan.

    Ben Sutherland: Good to see Bibs back up. Quite a lot of decent teams I would like to see in the top league. I would love our league to be extended. 

  12. Live now on BBC TV

    Ayr United 0-0 Dundee United

    Remember that the last Championship fixture of the day, between Ayr United and Dundee United, has just started live on TV - on BBC Alba.

    A victory for the home side would draw them level on points with Dumbarton and St Mirren at the foot of the table.

    United are seeking a win that would take them above Falkirk and into second place.

  13. Post update

    FT: Motherwell 4-2 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Quote Message: It is not crossed the line in my opinion. It is a huge decision and that could put Caley Thistle down from Derek Ferguson BBC Radio Scotland pundit
    Derek FergusonBBC Radio Scotland pundit
    Inverness Caledonian Thistle players and staff show their disappointment
  14. 'Huge decision killed us' - Foran

    FT: Motherwell 4-2 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager Richie Foran on BBC Radio Scotland thinks Scott McDonald's goal, which put Motherwell 3-2 ahead, should not have stood.

    "My players are adamant it was not over the line and one of their players," he said after his side slipped five points adrift at the foot of the Premiership table.

    "Devastated and it is a huge decision for the linesman to make.

    "He's got to be 100% sure and it has killed us.

    "We panicked a bit at 2-2 each and there was some schoolboy defending, but credit to the most of them - they had an outstanding game.

    "At this stage, you would settle for a play-off place, but today an official has killed us and has got it wrong from the sound of it.

    "I love the club, I am giving 100% and I can't take the blame for most of that today."

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager Richie Foran
  15. FULL-TIME

    Scores round-up

    Scottish Premiership 

    Dundee 0-2 Hamilton Academical 

    Motherwell 4-2 Inverness Caledonian Thistle 

    Rangers 2-0 Partick Thistle 

    St Johnstone 1-2 Aberdeen 

    Scottish Championship

    Dumbarton 0-2 Dunfermline Athletic 

    Falkirk 2-2 St Mirren 

    Hibernian 3-0 Queen of the South 

    Raith Rovers 2-0 Greenock Morton 

    Scottish League One 

    Alloa Athletic 6-1 Brechin City 

    East Fife 1-2 Peterhead 

    Queen's Park 2-0 Albion Rovers 

    Stenhousemuir 0-1 Livingston 

    Stranraer 2-1 Airdrieonians 

    Scottish League Two

     Annan Athletic 2-1 Berwick Rangers 

    Arbroath 0-1 Edinburgh City 

    Clyde 3-2 Elgin City 

    Montrose 1-0 Forfar Athletic 

    Stirling Albion 0-3 Cowdenbeath

  16. 'We stood up to it and were very strong'

    FT: St Johnstone 1-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland: "I thought we controlled the opening half hour of the game and deservedly went a couple of goals ahead.

    "We were very polished with our work and expected St Johnstone to come out and we are annoyed at the way we started the second half.

    "I thought we stood up to it well after their penalty and limited their chances to a minimum and deserved the three points.

    "I thought we were very strong.

    "Having the Scottish Cup to focus on has been good for us and we hope we can get ourselves to another final."

  17. 'We gave Aberdeen too much respect'

    FT: St Johnstone 1-2 Aberdeen

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright on BBC Radio Scotland: "We didn't start at all and showed Aberdeen too much respect and we found ourselves two down to one of the best defences in the country.

    "Danny Swanson gives us that bit of spark and can be happy with what he did when he came on.

    "Obviously Aberdeen will finish higher than us this season, but we are happy with our league position.

    "Our tails are up as that's the highest points total we've had going into the split and we have that four-point gap between ourselves and Hearts."

  18. Dempster delight for Hibees

    FT: Hibernian 3-0 Queen of the South

    Hibs chief executive Leeann Dempster is now looking forward to leading her club back to Scotland's top flight.

    "It's great to be promoted," she said. "We have worked hard towards it.

    "We could not have done it without the support.

    "We all know how big this club is and we are looking forward to our return to the Premiership.

    "We have a great squad of players, a great management team and a brilliantly solid base."

  19. 'It's been a long three years'

    Hibernian 3-0 Queen of the South

    Quote Message: It's been a long three years and I am just glad we are finally over the line. There have been times when I thought we would never get back and I am just glad we did it in style. from Lewis Stevenson Hibs midfielder on BBC Radio Scotland
    Lewis StevensonHibs midfielder on BBC Radio Scotland