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Summary

  1. Celtic crowned Premiership champions as Aberdeen drop points
  2. Dundee Utd 1-0 Aberdeen; St Johnstone 1-1 ICT
  3. Motherwell 1-1 Ross County; Kilmarnock 2-3 Hamilton
  4. Partick Thistle 3-0 St Mirren
  5. Hibs secure second place in Championship ahead of Rangers
  6. Cowdenbeath relegated, Alloa in play-off, Livingston safe; Morton win League One

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

Goodbye

An eventful day to say the least...

  • Celtic are crowned Premiership champions following Aberdeen's defeat at Tannadice
  • Morton secure the League One title
  • Hibs clinch second spot in the Championship
  • League winners Hearts come back from two down to draw with Rangers
  • Cowdenbeath are relegated from the Championship

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Lorne, Edinburgh: Very little credit to Hibs for finishing above the Rangers considering the mess Alan Stubbs found them in.

'I'm happy we're champions'

Celtic manager Reonny Deila

"We have achieved a big thing - winning the league for the fourth time - and hopefully there will be more and more," he told his club's official website.

Celtic boss Ronny Deila
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"Defensively we have been unbelievable the whole season and we have hardly conceded a goal. Offensively we have been getting better and we scored five beautiful goals against Dundee on Friday night.

"We have worked so hard for this and finally we are there and can start thinking of next season. There is always high pressure here and I put high demands on myself as well.

"Today we just have to enjoy it and be happy that we are champions. I'm happy with a lot of the work we have done and we are going to enjoy this night and show we are champions next Sunday."

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Alan David Duncan: Close but no cigar for @AberdeenFC. Roll on next season... Can't bring myself to congratulate 'Tic though! #COYR

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Ivan Hamilton, Dunoon: The Dons can take heart with a freshening up of the team during the summer and be ready for next season.

'We've had a title challenge'

BBC Sportsound pundit Willie Miller

"Celtic are deserved champions but credit too, though, to Aberdeen. But they did go down with a bit of whimper today.

"We've had a title challenge, and until today, it's been the Celtic games [between the sides] that have proved the difference."

Morton marching on...

Greenock Morton won Scottish League One and promotion to the Championship after defeating Peterhead.

Morton started the day top, level on points with Forfar Athletic but with a superior goal difference.

However, the Greenock side fell behind to Gary McDonald's effort before Peterhead's Scott Ross was sent off.

Michael Miller, Mark Russell and Declan McManus netted for Morton and they took the title by two points after Ayr beat Forfar and Stranraer finished second.

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Anon: Champions; should have been a treble.

CHAMPAGNE MOMENT

Congratulation Morton, who are crowned League One champions...

Morton's Declan McManus celebrates
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Scottish League Two

Annan 4-3 Montrose

Arbroath 5-0 Berwick Rangers

Clyde 2-0 Queen's Park

East Fife 3-1 Elgin City

East Stirlingshire 1-5 Albion Rovers

'Proved doubters wrong'

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Jonathan Sutherland

BBC Scotland

Congratulations to @celticfc - Yes, they might have more money than the rest but Ronny Deila has still proved plenty of doubters wrong.

Celtic will 'enjoy the moment'

Celtic assistant manager John Collins

"We're going to enjoy the moment," he tells BBC Scotland's Sportscene. "We look forward to next week's game at Pittodrie. I'll be on the phone to Ronny Deila over in Norway."

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Scottish League One

Airdrie 3-2 Dunfermline

Brechin 1-3 Stranraer

Forfar 1-3 Ayr United

Morton 3-1 Peterhead

Stirling Albion 3-2 Stenhousemuir

BreakingBREAKING NEWS

Celtic are crowned Premiership champions in Ronny Deila's first season in charge.

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Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen

St Johnstone 1-1 Inverness CT

Motherwell 1-1 Ross County

Kilmarnock 2-3 Hamilton

Partick Thistle 3-0 St Mirren

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Partick Thistle 3-0 St Mirren

GOAL

Partick 3-0 St Mirren (Lawless)

Steven Lawless ensures Partick Thistle can forget about any relegation concerns, flashing home his side's third goal in a comprehensive victory against the Buddies.

Kitchen sink

Jim Spence

BBC Sport

Only the kitchen sink hasn't been thrown at @dundeeunitedfc by @AberdeenFC so far but Utd still lead 1-0 with a minute left + stoppage time...

GOAL

Airdrie 3-2 Dunfermline (McHugh)

Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen

The Dons pass up a gilt-edged chance. The free-kick comes across the face of the goal and finds Ash Taylor at the back post, but he somehow contrives to head into the side netting...

Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen

It's untidy stuff in both boxes. The ball bounces around the United box but no-one in white can finish, then United break on the counter attack and goalkeeper Scott Brown has to race out quickly to make the challenge with his defence all at sea.

GOAL

St Johnstone 1-1 Inverness CT (Graham)

Tam Scobbie tees up a lovely cross and Brian Graham is there to power home a header and equalise for St Johnstone in Perth. Game on!

GOAL

Partick Thistle 2-0 St Mirren (Doolan)

Thistle all but banish their relegation fears with a second goal. Kris Doolan is the man on target for Alan Archibald's troops.

GOAL

Annan Athletic 3-3 Montrose (Campbell)

GOAL

Kilmarnock 2-3 Hamilton (Kiltie)

A lifeline for Kilmarnock as Greg Kiltie heads home their second goal of the afternoon. The hosts trail 3-2 at Rugby Park; can they find a late equaliser?

Motherwell 1-1 Ross County

Alasdair Lamont

BBC Scotland

Scott Boyd gets a vital challenge in to deny Stephen Pearson as he burst through on goal. Motherwell claimed for a penalty but Crawford Allan deemed it a fair challenge. Then Conor Grant fires in another powerful shot from distance, but County scramble it clear.

GOAL

Brechin 1-3 Stranraer (Gibson pen)

GOAL

East Fife 3-0 Elgin (Riordan)

Partick Thistle 1-0 St Mirren

Kenny Crawford

BBC Sport Scotland

Ryan Stevenson's goal could guarantee the Jags' status in the top flight for next season.

GOAL

Kilmarnock 1-3 Hamilton (Hasselbaink)

Pint-sized striker Nigel Hasselbaink extends Accies' lead, firing home from close range with the hosts claiming, unsuccessfully, for a foul on goalkeeper Craig Samson.

GOAL

Partick Thistle 1-0 St Mirren (Stevenson)

Ryan Stevenson opens the scoring at Firhill and, with his seventh goal of the season, it could prove a costly goal to concede for relegation-threatened St Mirren...

Motherwell 1-1 Ross County

Alasdair Lamont

BBC Scotland

Conor Grant tests Mark Brown from distance. The keeper almost allows the powerful drive to spill from his grasp but just clings on with three Motherwell players waiting to pounce.

GOAL

Kilmarnock 1-2 Hamilton (MacKinnon)

Accies take the lead at Rugby Park as Darian MacKinnon finds the net with a superb drive from outside the box.

GOAL

Forfar 1-3 Ayr (Forrest)

GOAL

Annan 2-1 Montrose (Wood)

Motherwell 1-1 Ross County

Alasdair Lamont

BBC Scotland

Michael Gardyne rather scuffs a shot at goal but George Long still has to look lively down to his right to prevent County taking the lead. Motherwell need to be testing the keeper at the other end.

Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen

Aberdeen are on top at Tannadice as they seek an equaliser. Niall McGinn has a deflected effort that spins into the hands of Radoslaw Cierzniak, then Willo Flood drives a ball across goal but the United defence manage to get it clear.

GOAL

St Johnstone 0-1 Inverness CT (Doran)

Inverness break the deadlock at McDiarmid Park as Aaron Doran fires home after good work by David Raven.

Clearance charged down

Kenny Crawford

BBC Sport Scotland

St Mirren's Steven Thompson almost makes the most of a mix-up between Conrad Balatoni and Jags goalkeeper Scott Fox, the latter's clearance being charged down by Thompson and spinning wide.