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Live Reporting

Thomas McGuigan

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  1. Goodbye

    Celtic move six points clear at the top of the Premiership following victory over St Johnstone. 

    At the other end of the table, Dundee United hammer Kilmarnock to move to within 11 points of the Ayrshire outfit with a game in hand.

    Ross County claim maximum points at Motherwell, while Inverness and Partick settle for a share of the points. 

    Thanks for your company this afternoon. We're back tomorrow for Hamilton v Hearts. Hope you can join us then. Cheers!      

  2. Inverness CT boss John Hughes

    Inverness 0-0 Partick Thistle

    "I'm honest enough to tell you we are lacking in the top end at this moment in time just to unlock the door and come up with a bit of magic. We're at that time in the window when you're chasing players that can do that. Lo and behold everybody else is looking for the same players. Then you get the agents trying to double bluff you saying well he's going there hoping you go and have a bite at it. You just need to be patient and make sure you get the right one in, maybe on loan to get us by, but if we get the chance to get the right one in that brings that little bit of magic then we'll go and try to do it just to give us that spark." 

    Inverness CT boss John Hughes
  3. Celtic manager Ronny Deila

    Celtic 3-1 St Johnstone

    "I'm very happy and I think we created a lot of chances. St Johnstone are a good team and hard to beat. 

    "We controlled the game well and won. We're hard to beat because we've got a lot of quick players in the team."

    Celtic manager Ronny Deila
  4. St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright

    Celtic 3-1 St Johnstone

    "I thought Celtic were excellent but we put a lot into the game. The third goal kills it and I thought it was a foul. Gary Mackay-Steven has his foot high on Brian Easton - and you need those decisions to go for you. Our ball retention could have been better but I'm pleased with our organisation and organisation."

    On the future of Rangers target Michael O'Halloran... "There has been no change. Michael is our player and he was excellent today. He's in a good frame of mind.

    "We know Rangers are seriously interested and we have a valuation in mind. If that's met then he's no longer our player."  

    St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright
  5. Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald

    Inverness CT 0-0 Partick

    "It's a valuable point coming after such a disappointing performance last week. We were resilient and kept our shape well but we didn't offer enough..."

    Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald
  6. Hibs debutant [for second time] Anthony Stokes

    Hibs 3-1 St Mirren

    "It was nice to get the goal and finish the game off. I always want to play but maybe not starting was the right decision today. I was happy with my contribution and I'm delighted to be back at Hibs. I'm looking forward to getting myself fit and sharp and hopefully scoring more goals." 

    Anthony Stokes
  7. Motherwell boss Mark McGhee

    Well 1-2 Ross County

    "I think it was very hard on us. We did more than enough to get at least something from the game. We really gave them a goal of a start from the corner kick.

    "We kept at our jobs and made a lot of chances. In the dressing room at the end there's not too many people I can point the finger at."  

    Motherwell boss Mark McGhee
  8. Ross County boss Jim McIntyre

    Motherwell 1-2 Ross County

    "Both sides created a number of chances. I thought ours were clearer cut. We had to hang on in at the end and this is a tough place to come, so I'm thrilled with the win."

    Ross County boss Jim McIntyre
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    SMS Message: Will Gary Locke finally get the criticism he deserves? He seems a nice guy but a manager he aint. His record proves it. from Barrie, Killie season ticket holder.
    Barrie, Killie season ticket holder.
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  12. Kilmarnock boss Gary Locke

    Dundee United 5-1 Kilmarnock

    "It was embarrassing at times and we were second to every ball. Four nil down at half time gave us a mountain to climb. All over the pitch, they were first to it and it's really disappointing. The game was every bit as big for us. You're not going to get away with playing as badly as we did in the first 45 minutes. It's so frustrating. 

    "That performance wasn't good enough and we need to ensure we react in the right manner."

    Kilmarnock boss Gary Locke
  13. Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen

    United 5-1 Kilmarnock

    "We play to win matches and there haven't been too many in the last couple of months. But today was first class; it was a really good performance and I'm delighted for the boys."

    Asked about Sean Dillon's goal in the second half... "it wasn't Dillon; that was more like Franz Beckenbauer..."

    Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen
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  15. FULL-TIME League Two

    Arbroath 2-1 Annan Athletic

    East Stirling 1-3 East Fife

    Elgin 1-0 Berwick

    Montrose 2-1 Clyde

    Stirling 0-0 Queen's Park  

  16. FULL-TIME League One

    Albion 1-3 Ayr 

    Brechin 3-3 Airdrie

    Cowdenbeath 0-2 Stranraer 

    Forfar 0-1 Stenhousemuir 

    Peterhead 0-0 Dunfermline 

  17. FULL-TIME Championship

    Hibernian 3-1 St Mirren

    Livingston 1-1 Falkirk

    Queen of South 1-0 Alloa

    Raith Rovers 0-0 Dumbarton  

  18. FULL-TIME Dundee United 5-1 Kilmarnock

  19. FULL-TIME Celtic 3-1 St Johnstone

  20. FULL-TIME Inverness CT 0-0 Partick