THE twice-abandoned Queen of the South and Ross County First Division fixture was finally played to a finish last night, with the relegation threatened Dingwall side deservedly winning through Michael Gardyne's goal at the neutral venue of Stirling Albion's Doubletree Dunblane Stadium.
Warning issued to Rangers management,
McGhee urges Lennon to stand his ground and £2m First Division play-off approaches.
ROSS County are furious after the Scottish Football League ordered them to replay the twice abandoned league match against Queen of the South.
Ross County 0
ROSS County last night urged the Scottish Football League to award them a victory after Tuesday night's farce at Palmerston.
Ross County2 Flynn (25), Barrowman (42)
Match abandoned due to floodlight failure
JACKIE McNamara had to be content with a draw in his first match as caretaker Jags boss.
Queen of the South 0
Ross County 2
Barrowman (8), Vigurs (39)
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.
JIMMY CALDERWOOD is mulling matters over. "To be honest, I hadn't even thought about that. Every game for us just now is like a cup final, so I haven't given this one much thought yet but, yeah, now you mention it, that would be really special," he says, casting a glance at the man sitting beside him and breaking into a grin which is laced heavily with paternal pride.
Cowdenbeath notched a vital win in a tense relegation battle at Central Park last night, which saw their boss Jimmy Nicholl take the honours over his long time former management partner Jimmy Calderwood.
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Cowdenbeath manager Jimmy Nicholl hopes to settle a decades-old score with his Ross County counterpart Jimmy Calderwood when the Dingwall side travel to Fife tonight.
Dunfermline Athletic went top of the table last night, overtaking Raith Rovers, as they beat Ross County 1-0 at Victoria Park with an injury-time goal from Martin Hardie.
Ross County 2
Gardyne 46; Milne 86
Raith Rovers 1
Ross County 1
Cowdenbeath's 1-0 win over Partick Thistle on Saturday moved them into eighth place and manager Jimmy Nicholl is looking for the same type of performance against Morton tonight to keep his side above Ross County and Stirling Albion.