Queen of the South

Queen of the South

Queen of the South 1 - 2 Dumbarton: Gary Naysmith slams team

Gary Naysmith branded Queen of the South’s performance “disgusting” as Dumbarton inched closer to Championship safety.

Kenny Miller celebrates having opened the scoring for Rangers in last year's semi-final. Picture: John Devlin

Five of the best Scottish Cup semis from the last decade

Semi-finals are often cagey affairs with neither side willing to try anything outrageous in fear that it could cost them a place in the final. Though the Scottish Cup is no different, there have been plenty examples through the years of teams going all hail-mary in an attempt to reach the national final.

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Darren McGregor scores his second goal of the game as Hibs clinched promotion on Saturday. Picture: SNS.

Title so sweet for lifelong Hibs fan Darren McGregor

Darren McGregor hadn’t scored in a while. Not since last season’s Premiership play-off semi-final against Falkirk, in fact, and everyone at Easter Road remembers how that particular episode played out.

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No flagging for Jason Cummings as he enjoys the celebrations after the title is secured at Easter Road. Picture: Neil Hanna

Hibernian are back in the big time

Dumbarton no more, Greenock no more, Paisley no more. At long last, the Easter Road faithful were saying goodbye to the Championship and conveniently the Hibernian-supporting Proclaimers had written a song capable of being re-worked as a sign-off.

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Hibs boss Neil Lennon, centre, celebrates the clubs title-winning victory over Queen of the South. Photograph: Neil Hanna

Neil Lennon proud at Hibs’ title celebration

Success is what Neil Lennon lives for. In recent weeks the task of guiding Hibernian back to the top flight has looked anything but fun for the man who joined in the summer and immediately stated his intentions.

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Hibernian celebrate their title win in the dressing room. Picture: SNS

Hibernian 3 - 0 Queen of the South: Hibs win the Championship

Hibs confirmed their return to the Labrokes Premiership after three seasons away, winning the Championship with three games to spare

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Queen of the South manager Gary Naysmith said Hibs could win the Championship if they beat or even draw with us. Picture: Roddy Scott/SNS

Queen of the South determined to put Hibs party on hold

Queen of the South manager Gary Naysmith will always have strong links with Hearts, but he wants to beat their greatest rivals Hibernian today for the good of his Dumfries side as opposed to denying the Easter Road men a party. A win for Neil Lennon’s side over their visitors will see them crowned champions should Falkirk fail to see off resurgent St Mirren. Naysmith is out to stop the celebrations, but not for any tribal reasons.

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Dundee United's Tony Andreu has been excellent all season. Picture: SNS

The 10 Scottish Championship player of the year hopefuls

Award season is firmly heating up with player and young player of the year nominations likely to be announced within the next couple of weeks.

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Stephen Dobbie (11) celebrates after he scores his side's second goal. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Ayr United 0 - 2 Queen of the South: Dobbie double does it

A double from Stephen Dobbie swept Queens to a convincing win and sent Ayr to the bottom of the league, writes Robert McBride at Somerset Park.

Ryan Hardie was on the mark

Raith Rovers 1 - 1 Queen of the South: Rovers need magic

Raith Rovers stretched to four matches their unbeaten run at home since the arrival of manager John Hughes, but saw themselves dragged still closer to an increasingly congested Championship relegation battle.

Stephen Mallan scored in the first half

Queen of South 0 - 2 St Mirren: Saints keep escape hopes alive

St Mirren maintained their impressive push for survival with a fine win at Palmerston.

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Ross Forbes' goal put Mortion into third place. Picture Michael Gillen

Morton 1 - 0 Queen of the South: Ross Forbes lifts Ton

A solo effort from Ross Forbes was enough to hoist Morton into third in the table – ten points clear of fifth-placed Queen of the South, writes David Irvine at Cappielow.

Michael Moffat, right, celebrates his goal with Dunfermline team-mate Nicky Clark. Picture: SNS.

Dunfermline 1 – 1 Queen of the South: Joe Thomson foils Pars

There was a sense of dissatisfaction in the air at East End Park last night as Dunfermline and Queen of the South played out a 1-1 draw that does absolutely nothing to aid the quickly evaporating play-off hopes of either side.

Lewis Kidd broke the deadlock

Queen of the South 0 - 2 Falkirk: Bairns rise to second

Falkirk leaped up to second-top spot in the Championship and closed the gap on Hibernian to six points, albeit having played a game more.

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?

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John Rankin scored in the first half

Queen of the South 2 - 1 Raith Rovers: Doonhamers deliver

John Hughes, the Raith Rovers manager, believes referee Barry Cook should have reduced Queens to ten men just seconds into the game.

Dundee Uniteds Charlie Telfer, right, scores his sides opening goal.  
Photograph: Craig Foy/SNS

Queen of the South 2 - 3 Dundee United 3: Terrors get fright

A first-half trio of goals from Charlie Telfer, Scott Fraser and Tony Andreu sank Queens, who were spirited in the second stanza and threatened a comeback with Stephen Dobbie and Derek Lyle on target.

Derek Lyle opened the scoring in the 71st minute.  Picture: SNS

Queen of the South 3- 0 Morton: Derek Lyle strikes first

Queen of the South produced a slick second-half display to end Morton’s unbeaten run and rekindle their own play-off hopes.

Told he's worth �40m, wins at social media. Moussa Dembele has had worse months. Picture: SNS

SPFL winners and losers from the January transfer window

Who’s come out on top and who’s had a shocker from the manic month infamously known as the January transfer window?

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Hibs defender Lewis Stevenson resists  the challenge of Queens' Dom Thomas. Picture: SNS.

Hibs will get better warns John McGinn after defeat of Queens

The rest of the Championship will not be heartened to hear it but John McGinn believes Hibernian have more to give. With a new manager at the start of the season, he says they took some time getting used to what was expected of them.

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