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Thomas McGuigan

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  1. Goodbye

    So, Hearts narrow the gap on Aberdeen in second place to six points following their comfortable victory at home to Inverness CT.

    Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark is left ruing defensive lapses after defeat by Ross County sees the Ayrshire outfit continue to feel Dundee United breathing down their necks.

    In the Championship, Rangers extend their lead over Hibs to 14 points, with Falkirk now just a point behind Alan Stubbs' men.

    Thanks for your company tonight. Highlights of the game at Rugby Park will be published on our website later. Hearts' win will be available tomorrow and we're back then for three Premiership games:

    Celtic v Dundee

    Dundee United v Aberdeen 

    St Johnstone v Partick Thistle

    Hope you can join us then. Cheers.

  2. Ross County boss Jim McIntyre

    Kilmarnock 0-2 Ross County

    "We set out our team to attack tonight and we knew the importance of three points. 

    It [Rugby Park] is a venue we've done well at. The boys enjoy playing on that and we certainly showed that."  

    Ross County boss Jim McIntyre
  3. Relegation fears

    Victory for Ross County at Rugby Park lifts Jim McIntyre's troops to fourth in the table while Kilmarnock are eight points clear of bottom club Dundee United. However, United have two games in hand...

  4. Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark

    Killie 0-2 Ross County

    "Not good enough in both boxes really. We've given away two awful goals and we haven't worked their goalkeeper enough with the chances we created.

    "I'm really disappointed. We had started on the front foot and put a bit of pressure on them. We've then defended very poorly for that [Alex Schalk] goal. We didn't pick people up in the penalty area and had two or three defenders ball-watching.

    "And the second goal is so poor it's untrue. We're becoming over-reliant on [goalkeeper] Jamie MacDonald: that's a problem. We think he's going to get us out of those situations too often."      

    Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark
  5. Hibs boss Alan Stubbs

    QoS 1-0 Hibs

    "I'm baffled to be honest as to how we've lost the game. It's a sore one to take. We've completely controlled the game and we've had chances. 

    "Unfortunately, we haven't taken them. They've had, I think, one shot at goal and they've scored from it. "We feel we deserve more than what we got tonight. We've had enough chances to get all three points. "Right now it just doesn't seem to be falling for us.

    "We've obviously made it more difficult to go up automatically [Hibs are now 14 points behind leaders Rangers] as champions. That's difficult now. 

    "But we've said all along: our ambition is to go up and we still have a possibility of doing that and a good chance of doing that." 

    Hibs boss Alan Stubbs
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  7. Inverness CT boss John Hughes

    Hearts 2-0 Inverness CT

    "I'm disappointed with the goals we lost - especially the second. At 1-0 we were always in the game. The first goal is a 30-yard pass over the top and we need to see that coming and deal with it. 

    "I'm really disappointed - we played some nice football and huffed and puffed. Hearts played with a better energy and got at us. 

    "Fon Williams only had one or two saves; it was that kind of game. Possibly over the piece I think Hearts deserved to win it."    

    Inverness CT boss John Hughes
  8. Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson

    Hearts 2-0 Inverness CT

    "I'm pleased; it was a good performance against a very good team. I thought we passed the ball well and were very patient. We controlled a lot of the game.

    "Towards the end and the last 15 minutes I thought Inverness came into it when they changed their shape a bit.

    "But it's another three points and six out of six so far this week. We want to make it nine out of nine on Saturday [at home to Partick Thistle]."      

    Hearts celebrate their second goal against Inverness CT
  9. Hearts eye second

    Robbie Neilson's men move to within six points of Aberdeen in second place - who face Dundee United tomorrow night - courtesy of a comfortable victory at home to Inverness CT.

    Jamie Walker and Abiola Dauda were on the scoresheet for the Jambos at Tynecastle. We'll hear from Neilson soon...

    Hearts' Abiola Dauda (right) celebrates his goal at Tynecastle
  10. Rangers extend lead

    Goals from Harry Forrester and Lee Wallace secured victory for Rangers and, with Hibs losing at Queen of the South, saw the Ibrox outfit increase their lead at the top of the Championship to 14 points.

    Falkirk, who fought out a goalless draw with St Mirren, are now only a point behind the low-flying Hibees.

    Lee Wallace celebrates doubling Rangers' lead at home to Raith Rovers
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  12. FULL-TIME League Two

    Clyde 0-1 East Stirling 

  13. FULL-TIME League One

    Albion 1-1 Stenhousemuir 

    Ayr 1-1 Cowdenbeath 

    Brechin 4-0 Forfar

  14. FULL-TIME Championship

    Livingston 0-0 Morton 

    QoS 1-0 Hibs

    Rangers 2-0 Raith 

    St Mirren 0-0 Falkirk 

  15. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 0-2 Ross County

  16. FULL-TIME Hearts 2-0 Inverness CT

  17. Golden Graham

    Kilmarnock 0-2 Ross County

    Are you watching Mixu? Dundee United may have been thrown a lifeline as Ross County double their lead late, late, late on at Rugby Park.

    Brian Graham lobs Jamie MacDonald to seal the points for County, who move up to fourth in the table.

    The Dundee United boss would be forgiven a wee soft-shoe shuffle dance in his living room after hearing of County's second goal.

    Victory for United tomorrow against Aberdeen would see them cut the gap on Kilmarnock to five points... 

  18. GOAL Kilmarnock 0-2 Ross County (Graham)

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    Kilmarnock 0-1 Ross County

    County go close to a second goal as Liam Boyce's header comes off the outside of the post. Those of a Kilmarnock hue breathe a collective sigh of relief...