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Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    So, Celtic end their season and Ronny Deila's tenure at the club, with a 7-0 thumping of Motherwell. Deila, who signs off with two consecutive league titles - Celtic have won five straight - thanked everyone at the club at the end of an "emotional day". 

    Celtic 7-0 Motherwell

    Aberdeen 0-4 Ross County 

    Hearts 2-2 St Johnstone

    Ross County run out convincing 4-0 winners against Aberdeen at Pittodrie, while 10-man Hearts share the points with St Johnstone following a pulsating 2-2 draw in the Scottish capital. 

    Across the weekend, 29 goals in the top flight to enjoy. Not too bad, eh? Thanks for your company. 

    We'll have highlights of yesterday's Premiership games on our website later and tune into Sportscene at 22:30 tonight on BBC One Scotland for all the goals from today's games. Cheers.  

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  3. Ross County boss Jim McIntyre

    Aberdeen 0-4 Ross County

    "It's been a great season. We started really well and picked up from where we'd left off the season before in terms of our consistency levels.

    "We've won a cup [the Scottish League Cup], which was beyond our wildest dreams, and beat some really good teams on the way. Everything we've asked of the players, they've given us and then some. 

    "There's no doubt we could have been more consistent over the second half of the season, but as a manager you're always greedy! We've got to try to build on it and keep striving to improve. 

    "There'll be additions. You can never rest on your laurels, and you always have to try to strengthen. It's part of being a manager, and part and parcel of running a football club." 

    Ross County boss Jim McIntyre
  4. Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes

    Aberdeen 0-4 Ross County

    "Today was disappointing, and I can't mask it any other way. The players' efforts over the whole season have been excellent. 

    "The squad has been stretched over the last part of the season, and that's something we have to take on board in terms of the January transfer window being equally as important as the summer transfer window. 

    "We've been stretched and I think recent performances have been in part because of that." 

    Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes
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  7. Hearts boss Robbie Neilson

    Hearts 2-2 St Johnstone

    "It was a similar end to last season when we were 2-0 down to Rangers and fought back and it’s that fighting spirit that has got us where we are. It got us the Championship last year and gets us into Europe this year..."

    Hearts boss Robbie Neilson
  8. Deila in seventh heaven

    Celtic 7-0 Motherwell

    "It couldn't be better," said departing manager Ronny Deila after his side celebrated a fifth straight Premiership title - and his second - by routing Motherwell 7-0, including first goals for 18-year-old full-back Kieran Tierney and 16-year-old debutant striker Jack Aitchison.

    "It's an emotional day, a fantastic day in every way.  We played very, very well with a very young team, and scored seven goals.

    "There is so much talent here and it is great to let these guys have the opportunity. They can be great in the future.  

    "The academy is a very important part of this club - they have done a very good job. It is so good to get the youngsters on the pitch and for them to perform so well."

    Celtic manager Ronny Deila
  9. St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright

    Aberdeen 2-2 St Johnstone

    "I thought we were outstanding from the first whistle. We changed the system today and I think we dominated the game and should've won by more. 

    "Europe was disappointing this season but we got to the semi-final of a cup and got fourth (place in the table) again. I don't know what else I could get from my players.    

    St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright
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  11. Record-breaking weekend

    This weekend's six Premiership games yielded 29 goals - a record for the top-flight. Not too shabby, eh? 

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  13. Bringing players through

    Celtic assistant boss John Collins, who is also leaving the club, says nurturing players through the Academy is the way forward as they cannot afford to pay the transfer fees for the "finished article". 

  14. Celtic's 16-year-old Jack Aitchison

    Celtic 7-0 Motherwell

    "It's just brilliant, an amazing feeling. I was training and I got pulled into the squad. It's amazing. I've been dreaming of this since being a wee boy. It was a great atmosphere when I scored; I didn't know what to do! Hopefully I'll get more opportunities..."

    Celtic striker Jack Aitchison
    Image caption: Jack Aitchison was delighted with his "amazing" goalscoring debut
  15. Celtic celebrate

    Celtic captain Scott Brown holds the Premiership trophy aloft - the club's fifth consecutive league title - and Ronny Deila's second before he leaves the club.

    Deila looks deep in thought as the ticker tape flutters around Celtic Park.

  16. Celtic manager Ronny Deila

    "I just want to thank every Celtic supporter," an emotional Deila tells the crowd. "Of course, I want to thank my players, the staff and everyone who works hard at the club..."

    The supporters unfurl a banner thanking the Norwegian for his efforts.

    Celtic manager Ronny Deila
  17. Celtic to receive trophy

    The Celtic players come back out onto the pitch, to the acclaim of their supporters. 

  18. FULL-TIME Hearts 2-2 St Johnstone

  19. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 0-4 Ross County

  20. FULL-TIME Celtic 7-0 Motherwell

    A seven-goal victory for Celtic; seven different goalscorers; five consecutive title and two championships for outgoing Celtic manager Ronny Deila.

    And a debut goal for a 16-year-old...