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  1. FT: Celtic 0-1 Aberdeen (Considine)
  2. Aberdeen secure runners up spot
  3. FT: Hibs 5-5 Rangers (Kamberi pen, Allan, Maclaren 3; Tavernier, Rossiter, Alves, Holt, Windass)
  4. Gers' Holt sent off for second yellow
  5. FT: Kilmarnock 1-0 Hearts (Erwin)
  6. Celtic to receive Premiership trophy

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. Cheers for now...

    I'm going to sign off now as Celtic fans continue to enjoy their title party. I need a lie down after that 10-goal bonanza at Easter Road.

    Hibs and Killie finish with record tallies and Aberdeen seal their status as second best for the fourth year running. Rangers fans can be proud of their team's spirit today too, so there's a lot to look forward to when it all starts again in August.

    Before we get a brief break from the madness of Scottish football, we have the play-off final between Dundee United and Livingston and next Saturday's Scottish Cup final.

    Celtic are going for an unprecedented double treble, with Motherwell the opposition at Hampden.

    We'll have all of that covered.

    Enjoy the rest of your Sunday...

  2. Beating Rangers the highlight - Rodgers

    FT: Celtic 0-1 Aberdeen

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: "It's disappointing to lose the game but the team with the greater need got the result.

    "It's the bigger picture for us and I can't forget the work the players have done - you enter a league to win it and they have done that. I'm delighted.

    "In my first season we won it in the best way we possibly could. We didn't quite match that this year but in the big games, the players have produced and it's great credit to them.

    "It's important to celebrate today but we focus on next week (the Scottish Cup final) and hopefully we can finish off a remarkable season.

    "There were lots of performances - the game against Rangers will live long in the memory as it capped off a great campaign for us."

    Brendan Rodgers shows off the Premiership trophy
  3. McInnes revels in 'brilliant return' for Dons

    FT: Celtic 0-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes, talking to BBC Scotland:

    "I said before the game I felt the two best teams in the country were playing here today, but we had to go and show that. I was delighted with the performance. I think it was fitting that we put in such a strong performance, the players carried out exactly what we wanted to do, we tried to get the balance right of picking and choosing our fights. We didn't want to run our race after 75, 80 minutes.

    "We had a calmness about us as well as a resolve to get our clean sheet here.

    "Results against Rangers and Celtic hadn't been good enough up until this week. But this whole thing about performances against teams in the top six - Kilmarnock, we beat them most of the time. We've only been beaten once by Hibs and we've only been beaten once by Hearts. So I don't get that side of it, it's an easy thing to throw at us. But 73 points is no mean feat for a team like Aberdeen. It's a brilliant return."

  4. All eyes on Scottish Cup final - Lustig

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Celtic full-back Mikael Lustig: "We take it a bit for granted but it's really hard work. It's hard to lose today but we are a fantastic team.

    "We have one more week to go and next week (Scottish Cup final) is a vital game. We are already looking forward to that game.

    "We always want to win the games but the trophies are the most important thing."

  5. Lennon proud of players after 'bonkers' game

    FT: Hibernian 5-5 Rangers

    Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon tells BBC Scotland: "That was bonkers. I said before the game we had to go for it. I wasn't bothered about conceding goals today and obviously the players adhered to that. Once Rangers got a goal back you could see the energy go out of them.

    "At half-time I said 'It's 3-3, just go and win the game', and obviously they've not listened to a word I've said. Great game. The defences just went AWOL all day.

    "It's our highest points total. I'm really proud of them. It's a great advertisement for the game here."

    Lennon adds that he is determined to stay on next season but says, financially, it will be a challenging summer.

    He said: "We can't compete with the likes of Rangers and obviously Celtic. We can't compete with Aberdeen realistically. Maybe just about with Hearts. People talk to me about budgets - I don't know what the figure is and I don't want to know either."

    Hibs manager Neil Lennon salutes the fans at Easter Road
  6. New points record for Hibs

    FT: Hibernian 5-5 Rangers

    That last-gasp equaliser from Jamie Maclaren takes Hibs to 67 points, one more than they managed in season 2000-01 under Alex McLeish, when finishing third in the top flight.

    That's impressive from a team that won the Championship title last season.

    We'll hear from manager Neil Lennon in just a minute.

  7. Killie players 'make my job easy' - Clarke

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-0 Heart of Midlothian

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke is thrilled with securing the club's record points haul in the Premiership, with the Ayrshire men finishing on 59 points.

    He tells BBC Scotland: "It''s a great accolade for me personally, but for the club it's a bigger thing. It shows we've come a long way in such a short space of time. But credit to the players, they make my job easy and we've done okay.

    "The expectations have been raised. That's what happens in football. There's always people who want to knock you down and take you down a peg or two. Hopefully we can achieve at least what we did this year, if not better."

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clark
    Image caption: Kilmarnock manager Steve Clark has led the club to fifth in the Premiership
  8. 'Dream come true' for Tierney

    Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney, speaking to BBC Scotland after his work leading the chorus: "Being a lifelong Celtic supporters, to celebrate in front of the fans is a dream come true for me.

    "It's been a great season and I'm delighted. We'll train hard this week and look forward to the game next week.

    "There's no words to describe it, I'm so grateful to every single fan for the support they have gave me and I try my best to repay it."

  9. Kieran, Kieran give us a song...

    FT: Celtic 0-1 Aberdeen

    Defender Kieran Tierney is now leading the singing at Celtic as he chants into a megaphone in front of the stadium's standing section.

  10. Celtic step up when required - Griffiths

    Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths, speaking to BBC Scotland: "It has been a difficult slog this season but in the end we showed why we're champions and we have a chance to win another treble next week.

    "Overall, we've deserved it and it's hard to pinpoint just one game. When we have needed to, we have stepped up to the mark."

  11. Amazing achievement - Celtic's Brown

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Celtic captain Scott Brown: "It's amazing to be honest. We let ourselves down a little bit today but we'd won the title.

    "Every year it gets more special and more emotional. It was always going to be hard after last season but we keep winning trophies. We've played 60 games so far this season and we keep pushing at this level."

  12. Trophy time for Celtic

    FT: Celtic 0-1 Aberdeen

    The champions get their hands on the trophy after a few words from captain Scott Brown and manager Brendan Rodgers.

    Tickertape falls, the silverware gleaming in the sunshine.

    The players do the obligatory bouncing around...

    Celtic get their hands on the Scottish Premiership trophy
  13. 'Really important' win for Dons

    FT: Celtic 0-1 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: It's really important for Aberdeen to come down and put that record to bed, and get a victory. They were brilliantly organised by Derek McInnes and didn't look like losing it.
  14. Aberdeen seal second

    FT: Celtic 0-1 Aberdeen

    The drama at Easter Road has occupied most of my time but the team making news is Aberdeen, who end a long losing run against Celtic to clinch second place.

    It reduces Celtic's winning margin to nine points, with Aberdeen just three points behind last year's record tally.

    The Celtic fans will enjoy the trophy presentation but will want to see better from their favourites in next weekend's Scottish Cup final.

  15. Great advert for game - 'shattered' McGinn

    Hibernian 5-5 Rangers

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, an out-of-puff Hibs midfielder John McGinn: "I'm shattered really. It's crazy how football works. Rangers played really well and so did we, it was a great advert for Scottish football.

    "It was an incredible day and I think the fans enjoyed what they were watching."

  16. FULL-TIME Hibernian 5-5 Rangers

    Ridiculous... Just ridiculous.

    Hibs raced into a 3-0 lead and were dreaming of the six-goal victory needed to go third. By half-time it was 3-3. The visitors then went 5-3 up thanks to two big deflections but Jamie Maclaren popped up with two more goals for his hat-trick, the last one coming deep into stoppage time, with Rangers down to 10 men.

  17. Lennon ordered off

    Hibernian 5-5 Rangers

    Hibs manager Neil Lennon runs on to the pitch, gleefully celebrating that equaliser.

    He's then sent off for his troubles. His big smile tells me he's not too fussed...

    Hibs manager Neil Lennon runs on to the pitch to celebrate
  18. RED CARD Shay Logan (Aberdeen)

    FT: Celtic 0-1 Aberdeen

    Some controversy after the full-time whistle at Celtic Park with Aberdeen's Shay Logan sent off.

  19. GOAL Hibernian 5-5 Rangers

    Jamie Maclaren (hat-trick)


    Brandon Barker turns on the afterburners and gets to the byline. He drills in a cross and Rangers don't deal with, Jamie Maclaren sticking out a leg to steer the ball high into the net.

    An incredible match is level again.

    That's the highest goal tally in the top flight this season.

  20. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 1-0 Hearts

    Lee Erwin's early goal is enough for Kilmarnock. Kris Boyd could have added to the scoreline with a glut of chances throughout the afternoon, but had an uncharacteristic off day in front of goal.