Queen of the South

Queen of the South

Queen of South 1 - 2 Dumbarton: Ryan Stevenson nets 30-yarder

Dumbarton manager Stevie Aitken believes his part-time squad aren’t getting the credit they deserve.

  Hibernian's Fraser Fyvie (right) in action

Neil Lennon hails ‘powerful, intense, hungry’ performance

Queen of the South must have skulked out of Leith grateful for small mercies. This was a match that illustrated why Hibernian are setting the pace at the top of the table and seem unlikely to be caught.

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Brian Graham celebrates scoring Hibs' opening goal versus Queen of the South. Picture: SNS

Hibernian 4 - 0 Queen of the South: Hibs go three points clear

Hibs produced arguably their most complete performance of the season so far as they romped to an easy win over Queen of the South.

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Stephen Dobbie was on target twice

Queen of the South 2 - 0 Alloa: Stephen Dobbie nets a double

Queen of the South marched into the semi-finals of the Irn-Bru Cup with a double from striker Stephen Dobbie.

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Gavin Skelton was in charge at Palmerston on a permanent basis for only five months. Picture: Michael Gillen

Queen of the South and manager Gavin Skelton part company

Queen of the South announced last night that they have parted company with manager Gavin Skelton by mutual consent after just five months in charge.

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Rudi Skacel: Stepped off the bench to set up Raiths late winner

Raith Rovers 1 - 0 Queen of the South: Rudi Skacel shines

Rudi Skacel only needed two minutes to exhibit a rare moment of quality in a Raith Rovers performance devoid of flair after setting up Mark Stewart to score an injury-time winner against Queen of the South

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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.

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.

Dan Carmichael scored his only goal for Hibs in a win over Alloa. Picture: Greg Macvean

Dan Carmichael re-signs for Queen of the South after Hibs exit

Dan Carmichael has made a return to Queen of the South six weeks after leaving Hibernian via mutual consent.

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Hibernian's Lewis Stevenson, right, is sent off at Palmerston Park. Picture: SNS.

Ofir Marciano counts blessings as Queen of the South hold Hibs

Watching Ofir Marciano withstand the whipping wind and driving rain of Dumfries as he helped the ten men of Hibernian claim an attritional draw, “blessed” was not the first word that sprung to mind. This was the type of afternoon to be endured rather than enjoyed.

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A disconsolate Lewis Stevenson walks off after picking up an early second half red card at Palmerston Park

Queen of the South 0 - 0 Hibs: Ten man Hibs make their point in Dumfries

Hibs were reduced to ten men for the second week running as Lewis Stevenson saw red in this table-topping clash with Queen of the South.

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Queen of the South's Stephen Dobbie (left) celebrates agoal with Derek Lyle. Picture: Sammy Turner/SNS

Hibs’ Fraser Fyvie wary of Stephen Dobbie’s return to Easter Road

Fraser Fyvie believes there are striking similarities between Grant Holt and Stephen Dobbie as the veteran frontmen prepare to cross swords at Palmerston Park.

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Hibs midfielder Marvin Bartley is described as a massive presence by his manager. Picture: SNS

Neil Lennon: Marvin Bartley so ‘important’ to Hibs

Neil Lennon has stressed the importance of Marvin Bartley to the Hibernian cause after the combative midfielder was cleared to play in tomorrow’s mouth-watering encounter against shock Championship leaders Queen of the South.

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Rangers' Martyn Waghorn celebrates scoring his side's fourth goal of the game. The striker went on to score a hat-trick. Picture: Jeff Holmes/PA Wire

Rangers 5 - 0 Queen of South: Martyn Waghorn hits hat-trick

The Betfred Cup continues to provide Rangers manager Mark Warburton with sweet relief amid the turbulence he is experiencing on other fronts so far this season.

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Gavin Skelton will see his side face off against Rangers at Ibrox tonight. Picture: Michael Gillen

Gavin Skelton backs his players to handle Ibrox heat

Queen of the South manager Gavin Skelton is delighted that his players are facing a high-profile week as it is a fitting reward for a terrific start to their season.

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Hibernian's Marvin Bartley (second from the left) is shown a red card in the defeat by Ayr United. Picture: SNS

Hibs loss adds spice to top of the table clash at Palmerston

Hibs bid to win the second tier title and earn promotion back amongst the elite of Scottish football no longer looks preordained after this defeat, first of the league season, to part-time opponents Ayr United.

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Derek Lyle, right, celebrates after firing home to give Queen of the South the lead against St Mirren. Picture: Sammy Turner/SNS

St Mirren 1 - 3 Queen of the South: Derek Lyle at the double

High-flying Queens notched up another win as their excellent start to the season continued, consigning St Mirren to the foot of the table and their worst start to a season at this level in their 139-year history.

Philippe Senderos has become the eleventh player to sign for Rangers in this transfer window. Picture: Kirk O'Rourke

Transfer Deadline Day Live Blog: Ambrose rejects Belgium switch | Senderos signs for Rangers

With numerous Scottish sides looking to strengthen before the transfer window slams shut, we take a look at all the latest transfer rumours, breaking news and done deals. Join in the debate by tweeting us @ScotsmanSport

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Celtic are reportedly keen on West Brom's Costa Rican right back Cristian Gamboa. Picture: Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Celtic eye Gamboa | Buaben to Ross County | McCarthy ‘can’t join Celtic’ | Hill vows ‘more’ in Old Firm clash

Celtic linked with West Brom right back Cristian Gamboa; Prince Buaben set for Ross County switch; Ronald Koeman blocks James McCarthy move to Celtic and Clint Hill vows ‘more’ from Rangers against Celtic

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