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Brechin City 0 - 1 Queen of the South: Kerr scores and sent off

A goal from Jason Kerr, who was later sent off, saw Queens move into the top half of the table as basement boys Brechin were again left searching for their first win of the campaign.

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Andy Murdoch was the match-winner. Picture: Michael Gillen

Brechin 0 - 1 Morton: Andy Murdoch’s late goal wins it

Andy Murdoch’s late goal was enough to move Morton back into the top half of the table and leave Brechin still searching for their first win.

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Dale Hilson (right) scored the winner for St Mirren. Picture: SNS Group

St Mirren 2-1 Brechin City: Narrow win returns Buddies to summit

They say the mark of champions is to win when not at your best, but quite what it says about St Mirren – who managed to go back to the top of the Championship whilst at times being nothing sort of dreadful – remains to be seen.

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Declan McManus secured the win for Dunfermline. Picture: SNS/Sammy Turner

Brechin City 0 - 2 Dunfermline Athletic: Pars remain top

Dunfermline maintained their position at the summit of the Championship but the scoreline was a little harsh on basement boys Brechin, who played their part in an entertaining encounter.

Christian Nade was influential in Dumbarton's victory over Brechin City. Picture: SNS/Roddy Scott

Dumbarton 2 - 1 Brechin City: Supersub Christian Nade turns game

Super-sub Christian Nade came off the bench to create two goals in the last eight minutes as Dumbarton notched their first league win of the season.

Alex Harris scored for Falkirk in a disappinting draw at Glebe Park. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

Brechin City 1 - 1 Falkirk: Bairns’ miserable start continues

By gary millin
at Glebe Park

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Inverness' Alex Cooper celebrates his goal. Picture: SNS

Brechin City 0 - 4 Inverness CT: Caley Thistle earn first win

John Robertson, the Inverness manager, challenged his side to start climbing the table after watching them finally secure their elusive first win.

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Dundee United's Scott MacDonald holds off Brechin's Paul McLean. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Dundee United 1 - 0 Brechin City: United win ugly

This was winning ugly at its best. Dundee United barely resembled a team widely expected to stroll towards the Championship title, but all that will matter little should they proceed towards clinching promotion.

Kalvin Orsi in action for Brechin. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

Brechin City 2 - 2 Livingston: New boys’ impressive comeback

Brechin City produced a stirring second-half fightback to claim their first Championship point after the promoted pair could not be separated at Glebe Park.

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Inverness' George Oakley heads home on his debut. Picture: SNS/Rob Casey

Inverness CT 3 - 0 Brechin City: John Robertson off to winning start

New Inverness manager John Robertson hailed Jake Mulraney for his starring role in Caley Thistle’s 3-0 win over Brechin City.

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Celtic won last season's Betfred League Cup. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Betfred Cup draw throws up derby clash

Dundee will face Dundee United in the stand-out fixture of the 2017 Betfred Cup group stage.

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Brechin's Liam Watt. Picture: SNS

Long way for a shortcut: Liam Watt’s Championship journey

In the summer of 2016, Livingston made a double capture from Airdrieonians. Promising young players Nicky Cadden and Liam Watt both joined David Hopkin’s champions elect side as they charged towards the League One title.

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Brechin City players celebrate winning promotion to the Championship after defeating Alloa on penalties. Picture: SNS.

Brechin’s Darren Dods relishes battles with former clubs

Brechin City manager Darren Dods will lead his side in the battle for Championship league points next season against his former playing clubs Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Falkirk, while another ex-employer, Dundee United, are also possible opponents after the Glebe Park men came out on top in a fantastic play-off struggle at Alloa.

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Brechin's Finn Graham celebrates with the fans at full time. Picture: Ross Parker

Alloa’s hat-trick hero ends up on losing side

Alloa Athletic 4 - 3 Brechin City (4-4 on aggregate after extra time Brechin won 5-4 on penalties

Brechin City players dance with joy following their shoot-out victory over Raith Rovers. Picture: SNS.

John Hughes exits as Raith Rovers are relegated

The unfortunate reign of John Hughes as Raith Rovers manager came to an end on Saturday night when the 52-year-old parted company with the club within hours of the Kirkcaldy men slipping into League 1.

Declan McManus draws Raith Rovers level with Brechin at Glebe Park in their play-off first leg. Picture: SNS.

Brechin 1 - 1 Raith Rovers: Declan McManus rescues Fifers

Raith Rovers paid the penalty for some controversial 
refereeing decisions as they were held by Brechin in the Championship Play-Off semi-final last night.

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Cowdenbeath manager Gary Locke will be looking to rescue the Blue Brazil from the relegation play-off place. Picture: SNS

The five biggest games in Scottish football this weekend

The most important matches in Scottish football this weekend as the final day of the regular season takes place in the lower leagues

Falkirk fans at Falkirk Stadium for a home game against Dumbarton. Picture: TSPL

How many Scottish football grounds have you been to?

EACH of the 42 member clubs in the Scottish Professional Football League has their own home stadium. How many have you visited?

Arbroath manager Dick Campbell's long and successful career is now approaching 1,300 games. Picture: Greg Macvean

Interview: Dick Campbell on why he won’t walk away just yet

If you didn’t know he was the Incorrigible Bunnet of 
Scottish Football – the Indefatigable Flat Cap – you might think Dick Campbell had just given up the game, stopping two years short of a half-century of service.

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Donnelly covered both the Dundee clubs for national newspapers. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Football mourns death of respected journalist Dick Donnelly

Scottish football has lost one of its most distinctive and authoritative voices with the death of Dick Donnelly, a veteran journalist who was steeped in the game – on Tayside specifically.

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