Morton 0 - 1 Falkirk: Bairns dent Ton’s play-off hopes

A first-half strike from Craig Sibbald was enough to settle this Cappielow clash and send the Bairns level on points with third bottom Dumbarton, while denting Morton’s promotion play-off hopes.

Morton's Bob McHugh equalises against Brechin. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Brechin 1 - 1 Morton: Ton’s play-off hopes take a dent

Brechin City earned only their fourth point of the campaign as Morton’s play-off hopes suffered a setback at Glebe Park.

St Mirren's Lewis Morgan, left, with fellow goalscorer Thomas O'Ware of Morton at full time. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Morton 1 - 1 St Mirren: Thomas O’Ware denies league leaders

St Mirren have now taken just two points from their three meetings with their local rivals and they could easily have lost this latest clash at Cappielow.

Lewis Morgan is expected to sign for Celtic during the January transfer window. Picture: SNS.

Lewis Morgan urged to fire St Mirren to title victory

St Mirren goalkeeper Craig Samson believes that departing midfielder Lewis Morgan can supply his team-mates with the perfect leaving present by firing them to the Championship title.

Morton's Gary Oliver in action against Iain Virgus. Picture SNS/Sammy Turner

Morton 1 - 0 Inverness CT: Robert Thomson helps Ton into play-offs

Not so much merrily on high as just plain ding-dong as these two mid-table teams served up yuletide fayre full of battles, petulance and baffling refereeing. Morton held on against toothless ten-man Inverness to get the win needed to remain in and around the play-off issue.

Dundee Uniteds Billy King (left) scores his first of two to put his side in front after an hours play. Photograph: Bruce White/SNS

Morton 0 - 2 Dundee United: King takes his chances

Dundee United remain top of the Championship thanks to a double from Billy King which lifted them to a 2-0 victory at Morton. It was a performance which pleased manager Csaba Laszlo, particularly the way his side kept going in their pursuit of goals.

Gary Oliver opened the scoring for Morton. Picture: SNS/Craig Foy

Greenock Morton 4 - 1 Brechin: Ton close gap to play-offs

Morton stepped up their pursuit of a play-off place with this comfortable victory against basement side Brechin City whose search for a first win in the Championship continues.

Gary Harkins netted in Morton's win at Falkirk. Picture: SNS/Sammy Turner

Falkirk 0 - 3 Morton: Bairns’ season goes from bad to worse

Falkirk remain winless under Paul Hartley as a campaign which started with aspirations to challenge for the title appears destined to descend into a fraught fight against relegation.

Dunfermlines Andy Ryan, left, celebrates his goal with team-mates during last nights 1-1 draw with Morton. Picture: SNS.

Dunfermline 1 - 1 Morton: Gary Oliver ends his goal drought

Gary Oliver produced a finish which was clinical and cathartic in equal measure as the Morton striker’s first goal in 11 months secured a richly merited 1-1 draw against 

Darren McGregor challenges Esmael Goncalves for the ball during the last Scottish Cup meeting between Hibs and Hearts. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Scottish Cup: Hearts v Hibs | Celtic v Brechin | Fraserburgh v Rangers

Hearts have been handed a home tie against Hibs for the third consecutive year in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.

Callum Fordyce netted the winner for Queen of the South. Picture: SNS/Craig Foy

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

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.

St Mirren
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.

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.


Rumour Mill: Bayern-Celtic line-ups leaked? | Rangers fans ‘would welcome back Ashley’ | Kenny Miller saga

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

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.

Brechin City

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

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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