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Bobby BARR picked up the man-of-the-match award as Livingston defeated Hamilton Academical 1-0 to leapfrog their opponents and go third in the Irn-Bru First Division.
KEAGHAN Jacobs scored an early contender for goal of the season at Falkirk on Saturday, but the Livingston midfielder insists he was gutted as Steven Pressley’s men stole a late winner after the Lions had fought back from 3-0 down.
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DUMBARTON had looked like they were going to surprise runaway leaders Livingston by taking all three points from their hosts, but the First Division-bound Lions hit back late to earn a 1-1 draw.
Alloa Athletic 1, Stenhousemuir 2
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Livingston UNITED relinquished their place at the top of the South Division as they dropped more points last night after being held to a 1-1 draw by Edinburgh United.
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Livingston may have wrapped up the Second Division title but striker Iain Russell still has a target to aim for as Ayr United visit the Braidwood Stadium tomorrow.
Second DIVISION champions Livingston dented Airdrie's play-off hopes with a 4-2 win at New Broomfield.
Another chapter in Livingston's short but eventful history was concluded at the weekend as Gary Bollan's side were crowned champions of the Second Division after a comfortable 3-0 win at Stenhousemuir.
LIVINGSTON chairman Gordon McDougall reckons claiming back-to-back championships will never heal the feeling of injustice following the club's demotion from the First Division to the Third back in 2009.
Celtic 1 – 0 St Mirren
Celtic had the chance to extend their lead at the top of the SPL against St Mirren on Saturday, with Rangers playing on Sunday.
LIVINGSTON boss Gary Bollan praised his side for grinding out a 0-0 draw at home to Ayr United after playing for an hour with ten men.
Despite running away with the leadership of the Second Division for most of the season, Livingston manager Gary Bollan has landed only his first Irn-Bru Phenomenal Manager of the Month Award.
Jacobs 35; Fox 58; Sinclair 90
Rangers defiant in face of ban threat, Johnston certain of Ibrox exit and Old Firm could face weakened opposition next week.
LIVINGSTON could become the first professional team in Britain to win their league this season if they beat Stenhousemuir at Ochilview tomorrow.