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Live Reporting

By Andy Campbell and Bryn Palmer

All times stated are UK

  1. Watch Hibs 5-3 Kilmarnock as live

    Before we go...If you click on the tab above, you can now watch today's Hibs-Kilmarnock "humdinger" - Neil Lennon's words - as live, courtesy of BBC Alba.

    Just the eight goals, the joint-biggest in any Premiership game this season. Enjoy.

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    So congratulations to Dundee United and Dunfermline, who both confirmed their place in the mini marathon that is the Championship play-offs, with the winner to face Livingston in the semi-finals before meeting the 11th-placed Premiership team in the final.

    And also Ayr United, who clinched the League One title, and League Two champions Montrose,

    But spare a thought for Brechin City's players, manager Darren Dods and fans tonight. Their side has made unwanted Scottish football history, becoming the first senior side since Vale of Leven in 1891-92 to go an entire season without a league victory.

    They are one of only two part-time teams in Scotland's second tier, and their campaign ended with a 5-1 home defeat by Queen of the South. Fitting, you might say.

    Anyway, after the drama of today, it's onwards to Celtic Park tomorrow, and the small matter of the final Old Firm game of the season. (12:00 kick-off)

    Will the champions seal their seventh successive Premiership title? Join us here from 11:00 for all the build-up and live coverage. Thanks for your company today.

    Brechin City manager Darren Dods
    Image caption: Darren Dods's Brechin side did win one match this season - in the Scottish Cup against Highland League side Buckie Thistle - and also beat Forfar on penalties in the Challenge Cup
  3. Open game didn't suit us - Clarke

    FT: Hibernian 5-3 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke on BBC Radio Scotland: "It's a disappointing result because we didn't defend as well as we normally do. The game was too open second half. It's not a style of game that suits us very well, which you could see in the goals we conceded.

    "The lads were completely committed, we played some good stuff going forward. I don't think there was much between the two teams and if we got the right breaks at the right times, then maybe we could've had a different outcome today."

    Clarke also confirmed why he had been sent to the stands at half-time.

    "I had a little chat with the referee at half-time and he decided that I'd over-stepped the mark and asked me to watch the second half from upstairs," he said.

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke makes a call after watching the second half from the stands
    Image caption: Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke had to watch the second half from the Easter Road stands
  4. Hibs v Killie a 'humdinger'- Lennon

    FT: Hibernian 5-3 Kilmarnock

    Hibernian manager Neil Lennon on BBC Radio Scotland: "It was a humdinger, it was a great game with two teams going all out to win the game. I'm glad we came out the other side of it with a positive result.

    "There were some difficult moments in the game they [the players] rode and came through. You've got to give Kilmarnock credit they didn't just sit in and counter attack. They had a real good go and it turned out to be a very entertaining game."

    "The players got plenty of questions asked of them today and they responded brilliantly.

    "We're in a great position. Rangers play Celtic tomorrow which is obviously a tough game. Aberdeen had another good win last night and we go up there next week, which is probably going to be the toughest game we'll have now. But we'll look forward to it and know we're in for a big afternoon."

    Hibs celebrate Brandon Barker's fifth goal
    Image caption: Brandon Barker scored Hibs' fifth goal to round off a superb Hibs display
  5. Championship play-off quarter-final confirmed

    Inverness Caley Thistle won eight and drew two of their last 10 Championship games, but it wasn't quite enough, John Robertson's side finishing two points off the top four.

    As it is Dundee United, who beat second-placed Livingston 2-0 to finish third, and Dunfermline, 4-0 home winners over Dumbarton, will face each other in the quarter-final play-offs.

    The first leg will be at East End Park on Tuesday, 1 May, with the return at Tannadice on Friday, 4 May.

  6. Get Involved - Has your team ever gone a whole season without a win?

    Championship side Brechin have become the first senior Scottish side to go a whole season without winning a league game since Vale of Leven in 1891-92, after a 5-1 home defeat by Queen of the South.

    Have you ever played in a team that failed to win a game all season? How bad was it? Could you still enjoy it?

    Tweet us using @BBCSportScot or get in touch via theBBC Scotland Facebook page.

  7. Waiting on a helicopter!

    Ayr Utd fans are having a party as they wait for the League One trophy to be choppered to Somerset Park!

    View more on twitter

    Away from the Premiership today...


    Brechin City 1-5 Queen of the South

    Dundee United 2-0 Livingston

    Dunfermline 4-0 Dumbarton

    Falkirk 1-0 St Mirren

    Greenock Morton 0-3 Inverness CT


    Airdrienonians 1-2 Forfar Athletic

    Ayr United 2-0 Albion Rovers

    East Fife 2-3 Stranraer

    Queen's Park 3-0 Arbroath

    Raith Rovers 0-0 Alloa Athletic


    Clyde 1-2 Berwick Rangers

    Cowdenbeath 0-2 Annan Athletic

    Montrose 1-1 Elgin City

    Peterhead 2-1 Edinburgh City

    Stirling Albion 1-1 Stenhousemouir

  9. Saturday's Scottish football headlines

    • Hibernian beat Kilmarnock 5-3 to move level on points with Rangers, and three points behind second-placed Aberdeen.
    • Hamilton move six points clear of bottom side Ross County with a 2-0 win over the Highlanders.
    • Partick Thistle secure a late 1-1 draw at St Johnstone but remain in the relegation play-off spot, two points off the bottom.
    • A 2-1 loss at Motherwell leaves Dundee four points above Thistle, six off the bottom
    • Championship side Brechin City become the first senior Scottish club since 1891-92 to go a whole league season without a win, after losing 5-1 to Queen of the South.
    • Ayr United clinch the League One title after beating Albion Rovers 2-0,as Raith Rovers are held 0-0 by Alloa.
    • Montrose clinch the League Two title after a 1-1 draw with Elgin City, with Peterhead having to settle for second place despite beating Edinburgh City 2-1.
  10. FULL-TIME - Motherwell 2-1 Dundee

    The final Premiership game of the day is over. Dundee remain in relegation trouble, six points above bottom side Ross County.

  11. FULL-TIME - Hibernian 5-3 Kilmarnock

    Sensational game at Easter Road. Neil Lennon's side are now level with Rangers, who go to Celtic on Sunday, and three points behind Aberdeen in the race for second place.

  12. Joy for Ayr United

    Ayr United 2-0 Albion Rovers

    Charlie Mann

    BBC Scotland at Somerset Park

    Quote Message: There are people on the pitch at Ayr United. A really really memorable day.
  13. GOAL - Hibernian 5-3 Kilmarnock (Barker)

    Brandon Barker runs across the edge of the area before slotting the ball into the opposite corner. What a game we've had at Easter Road, equalling the highest scoreline in the Premiership this season - Rangers also won 5-3, at Hamilton.


    FT: Montrose 1-1 Elgin City

    Montrose take the title as Peterhead have to settle for second, a point behind.


    Raith Rovers, top at the start of play, have been held 0-0 at home to Alloa Athletic, meaning Ian McCall's Ayr United, 2-0 winners over Albion Rovers, take the League One title.

  16. FULL-TIME - St Johnstone 1-1 Partick Thistle

    It's all over at McDiarmid Park and Partick Thistle have secured what could prove to be a vital point in their battle for Premiership survival.

  17. Dees flooding forward

    Motherwell 2-1 Dundee

    Dundee are laying siege to the Motherwell box, peppering the goalmouth with crosses and headers, but are thus far unable to trouble Trevor Carson.

  18. Ouch!

    Motherwell 2-1 Dundee

    This has been an attritional tussle, and Motherwell's Liam Grimshaw is the latest to need assistance from the medics. He's nursing a sore shoulder after landing awkwardly from a tackle, but will be able to continue.

  19. GOAL - Brechin City 1-5 Queen of the South (Layne)

    At least Brechin's loyal fans have a goal to celebrate, if not a league win this season. Isaac Layne has got them on the scoresheet.

  20. GOAL - Ayr United 2-0 Albion Rovers (McDaid)

    Declan McDaid's goal could see Ayr clinch the League One title, unless Raith Rovers score.