Queen of the South

Queen of the South

Morton 0 - 1 Queen of the South: Dykes dents Morton’s play-off hopes

Lyndon Dykes’ opportunist second-half strike all but ended any hopes Morton had of finishing in the top four of the Championship and a place in the end of season play-offs.

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Inverness players George Oakley and Coll Donaldson celebrate at full time. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Queen of the South 0 - 2 Inverness CT: Austin and Oakley secure win at Palmerston

First-half goals from Nathan Austin and George Oakley kept Inverness Caledonian Thistle’s faint play-off hopes alive.

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Nicky Clark scored a hat-trick as Dunfermline defeated Queen of the South 3-1. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Dunfermline 3 - 1 Queen of the South: Clark treble as Pars into play-offs

In what was almost a play-off for a Championship promotion play-off spot Dunfermline made what could be a significant move, securing three points against fellow contenders Queen of the South thanks to a Nicky Clark hat-trick. With Dundee United allowing victory to squirm from their grasp in Greenock it enabled Allan Johnson’s side move into the all important top four for the time being at least.

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Queen of the South's Australian attacker Lyndon Dykes. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Hearts step up interest in improving Doonhamer Lyndon Dykes

Hearts have stepped up their interest in Queen of the South’s Australian attacker Lyndon Dykes, with the Tynecastle club keen to talk to the Doonhamers about bringing on board for next season, writes Craig P Stewart.

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Queen of the South's Nikolay Todorov. SNS/Sammy Turner

Queen of the South 3 - 3 Livingston: Todorov rescues point for Queens

A last-minute Nikolay Todorov strike rescued a point for Queen of the South after they had blown a two-goal advantage for the second game in a row.

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Joe Thomson scores to clinch Queen of the South's 3-2 victory. Picture: SNS.

Dundee United 2-3 Queen of the South: Fans jeer as Laszlo’s men slump

Dundee United, with their title aspirations already in tatters, endured yet more Tannadice torture as Queen of the South savoured sweet revenge last night.

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St Mirren's Liam Smith and Ian McShane at full time. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Queen of the South 1 - 3 St. Mirren: Saints another step closer to title

St Mirren show no signs of losing their focus as they close in on the title.

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Dom Thomas cracked a tightly angled free kick into the net for the only goal. Picture: SNS

Dumbarton 0 - 1 Queen of the South: Thomas magic separates sides

A moment of magic from Dom Thomas and a horror penalty miss from Kevin Nisbet helped Queen of the South to a 1-0 win on Dumbarton’s YOUR Radio 103FM Stadium glue-pot pitch.

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Tannadice Park on Tuesday as Dundee United's game against Queen of the South is postponed due to adverse weather. Picture: SNS

Championship side lash out at ‘ridiculous’ SPFL ‘order’

Queen of the South have lashed out at the SPFL after claiming they have been ordered to return to Dundee for a rescheduled match this coming Tuesday.

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Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo has rubbished talk that he has offered to resign and remains focused on reaching the play-offs. Picture: SNS.

Csaba Laszlo: ‘I’m at Dundee United for the long haul’

Defiant Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo last night rubbished suggestions he 
had offered to resign – then insisted he is at Tannadice for the long-haul.

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Queen of the South 0-0 Dunfermline: Draw no good to either team

An uninspiring goalless draw was of little benefit to either of these sides who have fallen five points adrift of the play-off positions.

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Runaway cow creates a keeper crisis at Queen of the South

Queen of the South could be without a back-up goalkeeper for Saturday’s clash with Dunfermline after Sam Henderson was hit by a runaway cow.

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Rumour Mill: SFA to buy Hampden? | Goalie ‘injured by cow’ | Gers star’s injury blow

Scottish football gossip: SFA make surprise approach to buy Hampden from Queen’s Park; club suffers ‘keeper crisis after goalie is injured by runaway cow and Ross McCrorie could face extended period on the sidelines

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Stephen Dobbie scored the opening goal. Picture: Michael Gillen

Queen of the South 1 - 1 Morton: Controversy as ‘Ton claim a draw

Morton came from behind to maintain their one-point advantage over Queens after an entertaining clash at Palmerston.

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Tam Scobbie, Scott Arfield and Chris Mitchell were young team-mates together at Falkirk.

Tam Scobbie: I don’t want others to go through what Mitch did

When a group of footballers met up recently to talk about their mate Chris Mitchell, the question they were all asking themselves was whether there was more they could have done to identify warning signs and get him the help he had so obviously needed.

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Liam Smith fires Championship leaders St Mirren into the lead against Queen of the South. Photograph: SAMMY TURNER/SNS

St Mirren 2 - 0 Queen of the South: Saints go marching on

The express train departing from Paisley right now is St Mirren hurtling towards the Premiership. A combination of inactivity and the poor form of their nearest challengers Dundee United means that Jack Ross’s ebullient side are now an enormous 14 points clear at the top of the table and even if the Tannadice men rediscover some semblance of purpose it’s getting beyond imagination that they can chisel away that kind of lead.

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Stephen Dobbie netted a hat-trick in win over Brechin City. Picture: SNS/Paul Devlin

Queen of the South 3 - 1 Brechin City: Dobbie hat-trick hero

Stephen Dobbie, the Championship’s most prolific striker, hit a hat-trick as Queens maintained their play-off push while consigning Brechin to their 18th defeat of the campaign.

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Conor Sammon netted a double for Partick Thistle in their win over Queen of the South. Picture: SNS/Craig Foy

Queen of the South 1 - 2 Partick Thistle: Sammon hero with brace

Alan Archibald, the Partick Thistle manager, insisted it was a case of job done after his side stepped over this Scottish Cup banana skin.

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Cammy Smith opens the scoring for St Mirren in Saturday's Championship victory against Dumbarton. Picture: SNS.

St Mirren’s Cammy Smith puts Aberdeen on red alert

The impression of St Mirren as a Premiership-team-in-waiting strengthens by the week. As important as victory in Dumbarton on Saturday was to that growing belief, it has ramped up the intrigue for this weekend. Then the Paisley club will be keeping Premiership company for real when taking on Aberdeen at Pittodrie in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.

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