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Thomas McGuigan

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  1. Goodbye

    So, Celtic beat Hearts at Tynecastle but their Premiership title celebrations remain on ice after Aberdeen hammer Motherwell at home. 

    Celtic can clinch the title when they lock horns with the Dons next week. 

    Kilmarnock boost their hopes of avoiding the play-offs with victory at Hamilton Accies, while Inverness CT prove too strong for Partick and St Johnstone secure maximum points at Ross County. 

    Dundee can relegation neighbours United in Monday's derby at Dens Park. 

    Thanks for your company today. Highlights of all today's games will be available on our website from 18:00 on Sunday. 

    We're back tomorrow for the final day of the Championship. Hope you can join us then. Cheers.       

  2. 'Boys have supported me' - Deila

    Hearts 1-3 Celtic

    Ronny Deila insists he "never lost the dressing room" after Celtic all but sealed another Scottish Premiership title.

    The Norwegian, who will leave at the end of the season, watched his side win 3-1 against Hearts at Tynecastle.

    Though Aberdeen beat Motherwell, Celtic's far superior goal difference effectively makes them champions with a nine-point lead and three to play.

    "The boys have supported me all the time," Deila told BBC Scotland.

    "Always they ask me, 'have I lost the boys, have I lost the dressing room?' I never lost the dressing room, they are fantastic and you can see that today.

    "I was so happy with the boys. We played a very good game. The first half, we were totally dominant and could've been two up.

    Celtic manager Ronny Deila
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  6. Killie on the march...

    Hamilton 0-4 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock's victory at Hamilton this afternoon sees them move to within four points of their opponents in the battle to avoid the play-offs. 

    "We're still in the position where we need to go and win and games," Accies boss Martin Canning has told BBC Scotland.

    "That hasn't changed. The players know they let themselves down today and that's disappointing."

    Kilmarnock players congratulate Kris Boyd following his penalty
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  10. FULL-TIME LEAGUE TWO

    Annan 1-0 Queen's Park 

    Clyde 3-1 Stirling 

    East Fife 1-1 East Stirling

    Elgin 4-1 Arbroath 

    Montrose 1-0 Berwick 

  11. FULL-TIME LEAGUE ONE

    Ayr 0-3 Airdrieonians

    Dunfermline 1-0 Peterhead 

    Forfar 1-2 Brechin

    Stenhousemuir 1-3 Albion

    Stranraer 1-0 Cowdenbeath 

  12. Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark

    Hamilton 0-4 Kilmarnock

     "We're not getting excited as I would still love to be in Hamilton's position. We've got three more Champions League finals, as I call them, and we have to go again."

  13. FULL-TIME Ross County 0-1 St Johnstone

  14. FULL-TIME Partick 1-4 Inverness CT

  15. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 4-1 Motherwell

  16. CLOSE!

    Aberdeen 4-1 Motherwell

    Barry Robson curls a free-kick just wide of the top corner as Aberdeen look to finish a good day with a flourish.

  17. FULL-TIME Hamilton 0-4 Kilmarnock

  18. RED CARD

    Aberdeen 4-1 Motherwell

    Motherwell skipper Keith Lasley gets a head start for the showers as he is sent off for a robust challenge on Kenny McLean.

  19. Partick 1-4 Inverness CT

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Firhill

    "A whirlwind eight minutes with three goals but Inverness Caledonian Thistle still very much in control!"

  20. Rampant Roberts

    Partick 1-4 Inverness CT

    No sooner had Partick clawed back some of their deficit do Inverness score again, Jordan Roberts slamming home after Kris Doolan's consolation effort.