Morton 1 - 2 Queen of the South: Three wins from three for Queens

Queen of the South secured a third consecutive win when they came from behind to triumph 2-1 at Morton thanks to Callum Fordyce’s goal.


Rumour Mill: Rangers eye Pardew | Barton slams Celtic fans | Cummings for Scotland

Could Rangers look to appoint Alan Pardew; Joey Barton takes aim at Celtic fans and Scott Brown plus Jason Cummings in line for Scotland call-up

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St Mirren's Ian McShane celebrates his goal. Picture: SNS/Roddy Scott

St Mirren 2 - 2 Morton: Topsy turvy derby ends level

These two old foes served an intoxicating derby encounter which produced four goals, two contentious penalty awards and a non-stop supply of no-quarter-asked tackles.

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Steven McLean pictured during the Rangers-Motherwell Betfred Cup semi final. Picture: Michael Gillen

Steven McLean ‘demoted to Scottish Championship’ after criticism

Referee Steven McLean will not take charge of a Scottish Premiership match this weekend, and has instead been handed the Scottish Championship derby between St Mirren and Greenock Morton.

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10-year-old Matthew Davidson has been making a 320-mile round-trip from Barra to train with Morton. Picture: PA

Barra footballer, 10, makes 320-mile round trip to attend training

A 10-year-old footballer from the Outer Hebrides has been making a 320-mile round-trip to train with a mainland academy.

Bob McHugh netted Morton's equaliser. Picture: SNS/Roddy Scott

Greenock Morton 1 - 1 Dumbarton: Ton fail to move into play-off spot

Honours very even as this River Clyde derby ended with Dumbarton happier with the share of the points than Morton, who as the home team will have been hoping for more – but the dogged determination of the visitors warranted they go back over the Erskine Bridge with something in tow.


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German newspaper leaks supposed starting line-ups from tonight’s Champions League match between Bayern Munich and Celtic; pundit claims Gers fans would welcome back Mike Ashley and the Kenny Miller saga rumbles on

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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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Rumour Mill: Rangers midfielder to exit Ibrox? | Ex-Newcastle coach eyes Killie job | McGinn to Old Firm?

Andy Halliday open to permanent Azerbaijan switch; former Newcastle United coach John Carver linked with Kilmarnock job and both Rangers and Celtic should look to sign John McGinn says Michael Stewart

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Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha was frustrated with the cancellation of the friendly. Picture: SNS

Rangers to play Morton after Benfica friendly cancelled

Rangers will play a closed doors friendly against Morton after their originally scheduled clash with Benfica was cancelled.

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Gary Harkins of Morton and Aaron Muirhead of Falkirk vie for the ball. Picture: Michael Gillen

Morton 0-1 Falkirk: Alex Smith’s managerial powers not dimmed

The father-figure of Scottish football, 77-year-old Alex Smith, guided Falkirk to their first Championship success of the season, with Joe McKee’s free-kick securing a 1-0 win at Morton.

Dundee United's James Keatings (left) celebrates his opening goal with Paul McMullan (centre) and Scott McDonald. Picture: SNS/Paul Devlin

Dundee United 2 - 1 Morton: Firepower sees Arabs go second

Ray McKinnon, the Dundee United manager, watched strikers Scott McDonald and James Keatings finally end Morton’s resistance, before predicting they’ll become a prolific partnership.

Erik Paartalu in action for Melbourne FC in Australia. Picture: Getty Images

Ex-Morton and Gretna player describes ‘surreal’ match in North Korea

A footballer who spent time at Morton, Gretna and Stirling Albion has talked about the ‘surreal’ experience of playing a competitive match in North Korea.

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James McFadden left Motherwell at the end of last season. Picture: SNS Group

James McFadden scores four as Queen of the South U20s beat Morton 6-4

Former Scotland striker James McFadden scored four goals as Queen of the South came back from 4-1 down to defeat Morton 6-4 in the Development League West at Palmerston Park last night.

Jai Quitongo scored a sublime winner for Morton against Queen of the South. Picture: SNS Group

Watch Jai Quitongo’s stunning goal for Morton vs Queen of the South

A thumping goal by Jai Quitongo helped Morton secure a 2-1 success at Queen of South and climb into third place at the expense of their hosts.

Greenock Morton moved to third after defeating Queen of the South. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Queen of the South 1 - 2 Morton: Jai Quitongo screamer earns Ton win

Morton moved up to third in the table thanks to a hard-earned win in a game which saw all three goals scored in a frantic five-minute spell.

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Gary Harkins scored in Morton's win over Dunfermline. Picture: SNS/Sammy Turner

Morton 3 - 2 Dunfermline Athletic: Jai Quitongo completes comeback

Talk about winning games the hard way. Two nil down at half-time having squandered a number of early chances, Morton somehow lifted themselves off the floor to snatch victory with Jai Quitongo’s winner in time added on. It was enough to topple Dunfermline from the summit of the Championship and underlined that Jim Duffy’s side may once again be a decent bet for a top-four finish themselves.

Danny Mullen netted the only goal of the game. Picture: SNS

Morton 0 - 1 Livingston: Danny Mullen nets the winner

Danny Mullen’s goal with an hour gone was enough for Livingston to see off Morton 1-0 and collect their first away win in the Championship.

Inverness CT's Collin Seedorf in action with Morton's Robert Thomson. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Inverness CT 1 -1 Morton: ICT get off the mark

Such are the slender margins in the second tier, it takes no great stretch of the imagination to envisage last night’s two bottom clubs – Inverness Caley Thistle and Falkirk – finishing the campaign as Championship promotion rivals.

Michael Tidser scores from the penalty spot to make it 2-1 to Morton. Picture: SNS/Roddy Scott

Greenock Morton 4 - 1 St Mirren: Derby rout for Ton

Morton manager Jim Duffy was delighted after his side claimed a convincing victory over their ten-man derby rivals following an all-action Cappielow clash.

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