St Mirren

St Mirren

Dunfermline 1 - 1 St Mirren: Gary MacKenzie saves Saints

Gary MacKenzie earned personal redemption and what could prove a crucial point for St Mirren in their bid for Championship survival as they came from behind to draw with Dunfermline.

St Mirren's John Sutton comes close with a header for the home side during Saturday's 3-0 defeat by Queen of the South. Picture: SNS

Future looks bleak for John Sutton and St Mirren

It would not have seemed 
possible four years ago, when Danny Lennon’s St Mirren side beat Celtic in the semi-finals of the League Cup and then went on to prevail against Hearts in the final, but the Buddies are staring down the barrel of 
relegation to Scottish football’s third tier.

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Gary Naismith was delighted with his first three points

St Mirren 0 - 3 Queen of the South: Jack Ross addresses fan

Queen of the South recorded their first league win since 17 September to keep alive their faint hopes of qualifying for the play-offs. St Mirren, by contrast, are surely doomed for the drop.

West Ham United were said to be interested in the Celtic striker. Picture: SNS

Rumour Mill: No West Ham bid for Dembele | Rangers to wait on Toral deal | Hearts star to MK Dons

West Ham United have not made a £20million offer for Moussa Dembele, contrary to reports; transfer target Jon Toral tells Rangers they’ll have to wait for his signature, and Robbie Neilson is planning to raid his old club Hearts for attacker Robbie Muirhead.

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St Mirren's Gary MacKenzie, left,  celebrates scoring the opening goal. Picture: SNS

St Mirren 1 - 1 Morton: Gary Mackenzie on target

Ten-man Morton hit Saints with a late sucker punch to ensure an unlikely share of the spoils and that 2016 ended as rottenly for the Buddies as it had always been to leave them still in deep trouble at the foot of the table.

Dundee United's Simon Murray celebrates putting his side in the lead at Tannadice. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Dundee United 2 - 1 St Mirren: United go top of the table

Dundee United are now two points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship after a 2-1 victory versus St Mirren at Tannadice.

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Lawrence Shankland in action for St Mirren.

St Mirren 1 - 1 Ayr United: Bruising battle ends even

Little festive cheer in this one and certainly a lack of goodwill as these two relegation rivals battered, booted and bruised their way to a share of the points.

St Mirrens Jack Baird, centre, was unsurprisingly sent off in this incident for punching Lee Miller. Pic: SNS

Falkirk 3 - 1 St Mirren: Buddies pack the wrong punch

When it’s December, and your team is winless in the league, and you’re finally playing well, with a 1-0 lead, it’s probably not a good idea to punch the opposition striker in the face in full view of the referee.

Kyle McAllister, left, scores St Mirrens third goal against Spartans last night. Picture: SNS.

St Mirren 5 – 1 Spartans: Buddies put on a striking show

St Mirren totally outplayed Lowland League Spartans with a display of clinical finishing to cruise through to a Scottish Cup fourth-round clash with Dundee at Dens Park.

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The draw for the fourth round of the Scottish Cup was held at Rugby Park last night to mark the 20th anniversary this season of Kilmarnocks triumph in the final at Hampden and current player Luke Hendrie, left, was joined by club legend Gary Holt, second from left, cup-winning captain Ray Montgomerie, second from right, and manager Lee Clark, right. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Holders given away clash in Scottish Cup fourth-round draw

Holders Hibs will begin their defence of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a fourth round away clash against either Dumbarton or Bonnyrigg Rose.

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Dave King admits Rangers will not be able to match Celtic financially for the foreseeable future. Picture: John Devlin

Rumour Mill: Rangers ‘can do a Leicester’ | Sinclair out for a month | Red Bull to invest in Rangers?

Dave King insists Rangers ‘can do a Leicester’, Celtic have been dealt a blow with news Scott Sinclair is out for a month, and rumours are circling on social media that Red Bull want to invest in Rangers.

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Dunfermline's Nicky Clark holds off St Mirren's Jack Baird. Picture SNS

St Mirren 0 - 1 Dunfermline: Pars seize their chance

For the second home league game in succession St Mirren dominated a game they went on to lose against a relegation rival, with this latest reversal leaving the Paisley men rooted to the foot of the table.

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John Sutton, left, celebrates his winning goal for St Mirren. Picture: SNS.

St Mirren 2 – 1 Ayr United: John Sutton rescues Saints

John Sutton sent Saints storming into the semi-finals of the Irn Bru Cup with a fantastic late double to finally bring some joy to the suffering supporters.

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St Mirren manager Joack Ross is looking for a win when his side take on Ayr United in the Irn-Bru Cup quarter final. Picture: Michael Gillen

Jack Ross hopes Irn-Bru Cup can be tonic for poor form

St Mirren manager Jack Ross is hoping that his side can see off Ayr United in their Irn-Bru Cup quarter-final today and give their long suffering fans something to smile about.

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Dumbarton's Garry Fleming (9) celebrates after he scores his side's goal. Picture: Roddy Scott/SNS

St Mirren 0 - 1 Dumbarton: Garry Fleming is Sons’ hero

When the footballing Gods conspire against you it seems like nothing will ever go your way.

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Hibernian's John McGinn, left, battles with St Mirren's Lawrence Shankland at Easter Road. Picture: Garry Williamson/SNS

Hibs’ Martin Boyle justifies Neil Lennon’s selection choice

If the recently sidelined Jason Cummings thought he had his work cut out trying to force his way back into manager Neil Lennon’s thinking prior to the weekend match, he could find it even tougher now.

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Hibs scorer Martin Boyle battles for control of the ball against St Mirrens Ben Gordon. Photograph: Ross Parker/SNS Group

Neil Lennon: Hibs fans are too quiet

Neil Lennon believes his team are something worth shouting about. He just doesn’t understand why so many of the 14,000-plus fans who watched his men yesterday apparently disagree.

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Joey Barton, even when available, has failed to live up to his pre-season billing. Picture: PA

Seven highly anticipated summer signings still to get going

In honour of Joey Barton, who will meet with Rangers on Thursday to discuss his future following six weeks away through a club-imposed suspension, we look at other SPFL signings this past summer who’ve left fans feeling underwhelmed.

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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.

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