Obituary: George Peebles, footballer who played in Dunfermline Athletic’s 1961 Scottish Cup win

George Peebles, footballer, coach and manager. Born: Stirling, 22 January 1936. Died: Stirling, 16 October 2016, aged 80

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Hibs players celebrate Saturday's 3-1 Championship win at East End Park. Picture: SNS

Hibs get back on track with fightback against Dunfermline

The road has been bumpy for Hibernian recently but, by the end of this game, all connected
with the Easter Road side expressed an understandable belief that things were back 
on track.

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Mark Stewart, wearing No 9, has the Falkirk defence on its knees after scoring Raiths second goal. Picture: Michael Gillen

Falkirk 2 - 4 Raith Rovers: Raith win to leapfrog Bairns

Falkirk manager Peter Houston lost his cool as his team imploded before his eyes in a 4-2 defeat to Raith Rovers.

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Jason Cummings was an unused substitute versus Dunfermline. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Why Hibs may have left out Jason Cummings at Dunfermline

Jason Cummings’ omission from the Hibernian line-up, and the fact he failed to emerge from the bench, even though his side trailed in the match, is a curious one.

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William Edjenguele celebrates his goal. Picture: SNS

Dundee United 2 - 1 Dumbarton: Patient Terrors earn their reward

Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon watched his side surge into joint second spot in the table, before thanking their own fans for exuding patience.

Paul Cairney netted the game's only goal. Picture: Michael Gillen

Ayr 1 - 0 Queen of the South: Ex-Hibs man shoots down Queens

Paul Cairney’s second-half strike gave in-form Ayr the points and sent stuttering Queens down to third in the table. United, on an impressive run of just one defeat in eight games, were quickly on the back foot as the visitors set out to erase the memory of their 5-0 drubbing at the hands of Morton.

Grant Holt put Hibernian ahead from the spot in their victory at East End Parl. Picture: SNS/Garry Williamson

Championship round-up: Hibernian go three clear at the top

Hibernian recorded their first victory in six matches after defeating Dunfermline 3-1 at East End Park.

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers. Picture: SNS.

Rumour Mill: Rodgers wary of Gers revenge| Warburton seeks Old Firm redemption | Hartson calls on end to Barton saga

Mark Warburton insists the only gap between the Old Firm is a financial one and a wary Brendan Rodgers admits he would be happy with 1-0 in the Betfred semi-final clash with Rangers.

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James Keatings is convinced it is just a matter of time before the Hibs goals are flowing again. Picture: SNS.

Neil Lennon orders extra shooting practice for Hibs strikers

Hibernian striker James Keatings has revealed head coach Neil Lennon has laid on extra shooting practice this week in a bid to get the capital club 
firing again.

An incredulous Marvin Bartley is shown a straight red card against Raith Rovers. Picture: SNS

Hibs’ Marvin Bartley wins appeal against Raith red card

Marvin Bartley has won his appeal against the red card received in Hibs’ 0-0 draw with Raith Rovers last weekend.

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Marvin Bartley's red card was his second this season. Picture: SNS.

Marvin Bartley hits back at referee as Hibs appeal red card

Marvin Bartley has hit out at his weekend red card after Hibs formally launched an appeal with the SFA.

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Hibernian's John McGinn in action at Stark's Park in the 0-0 draw with Raith Rovers. Picture: SNS

Raith Rovers 0 – 0 Hibs: Grant Holt irked by refereeing

Grant Holt is not a man who shies away from the physical side of the game. From modest beginnings at Halifax to the heady heights of the English Premier League with Norwich, he has made a career out of being able to handle the rough stuff.

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Ayr United manager Ian McCall. Picture: Michael Gillen

Dumbarton 0 - 3 Ayr: Forrest on fire with hat-trick

An Alan Forrest hat-trick gave Ayr all three points and extended the sorry Sons’ winless streak to eight games.

Dundee United's Nick van der Velden holds off St Mirren's Jason Naismith. Picture: SNS

St Mirren 0 - 2 Dundee United: Vistors spoil Jack Ross’s day

Ray McKinnon’s Dundee United played spoiler as they condemned Jack Ross to defeat in his first game in charge of St Mirren.

Myles Hippolyte celebrates his winning goal for Falkirk. Picture: Michael Gillen

Falkirk 2 - 1 Dunfermline: Feeling run high in feisty clash

The origins of this derby appear uncertain even to those who have revelled in it for years, but there was no question over the presence of the usual ‘qualities’ associated with such fixtures. Amidst a raucous atmosphere, each flashpoint was cheered and jeered in equal measure.

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Morton's Ross Forbes was on target in Dumfries. Picture: SNS

Queen of South 0 - 5 Morton: League leaders left stunned

Morton sent out a powerful warning message to Aberdeen that they may not get things their own way at Hampden next Saturday when the sides meet in their Betfred Cup semi-final by thrashing Championship leaders Queen of the South 5-0 at Palmerston.

Hibs midfielder Marvin Bartley looks bemused as referee Stephen Finnie flashes the red card at him following a clash with Raith Rovers' Bobby Barr

Raith Rovers 0 Hibs 0: Bartley sees red as Hibs held to draw

Hibs were reduced to ten men for the third time in their last four Championship matches as midfielder Marvin Bartley saw red in an ill-tempered match at Stark's Park.

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Raith Rovers manager Gary Locke is relishing working at a club where he can focus purely on football. Picture: Steven Brown

Interview: Gary Locke on renewing his rivalry with Hibs

At the Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre it’s the busiest day of the week. This is when Bodypump Express collides with Senior Flex and when Boogiefit and Insanity and Total Press-Ups 
compete for custom among the good, out-of-condition people of Glenrothes. Just then, a group of young men in red tops descends on the canteen for lunch. You might call their chosen activity Lenny Wind-Ups.

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Neil Lennon took his players on a night out so they could let their hair down and hopes it pays off against Raith Rovers. Picture: SNS Group

Neil Lennon hopes team-bonding session gives Hibs a lift

Neil Lennon has revealed he treated his mis-firing Hibs players to a team-bonding session at an Edinburgh hotel in a bid to arrest their slump in form.

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