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Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    What a day.

    Celtic left it late before Kristoffer Ajer fired home a late winner at Pittodrie, to move the league leaders 13 points clear at the top of the table.

    Later, Scott Arfield scored the only goal of the game as Rangers reduced the deficit to 10 points with a game in hand, to beat Livingston in the re-arranged fixture at Ibrox.

    And Greg Docherty netted one of the goals of the season as Hibernian held on to secure a thrilling victory at Kilmarnock.

    Thanks for your company. Hang about on this page to watch Sportscene (19:15), with highlights of all the weekend's matches.


  2. 'I knew I was getting a good player in Docherty' - Ross

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Hibs continued their upturn in form with today’s 2-1 win away to Kilmarnock, but Jack Ross’ side had to stay resolute for large parts of the second half to come out on top. Speaking to BBC Sportsound post-match, the Hibs manager praised his “resilient” side.

    "For the first hour we were good and given the conditions our play was excellent. In the last half hour we came under pressure and then it was about being resilient.

    “It wasn’t so long ago we were in a relegation fight. At the moment all we are doing is trying to win games regularly. We have been in good form since the winter break and we've got big league games and a quarter final to look forward to.

    Hibernian boss Jack Ross
    Image caption: Hibernian boss Jack Ross expressed delight at his side's victory

    Greg Docherty continued his impressive form since moving to the Leith club and the Rangers loanee opened the scoring with a goal of the season contender, leading to some high praise from his manager.

    “He’s brought everything I expected”, Ross told BBC Sportsound. “I was fortunate enough to see him first hand last season and I was really impressed by how much he had grown as a player.

    “I knew I was getting a good player and we needed his type in the group. He hasn't disappointed so far. He's enjoying his football, and long may his performance level continue.”

  3. 'I can't fault my side's efforts' - Dyer

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Kilmarnock suffered defeat for the first time in five games today after Hibs' 2-1 at Rugby Park, but manager Alex Dyer doesn't have too many complaints with his side.

    Speaking to BBC Sportsound post-match, Dyer said that he "can't fault his side's efforts".

    "They worked hard and gave me all they had but it wasn't to be today. There was good balls going in the box but we just need to anticipate a little bit better and take a chance.

    Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer
    Image caption: Alex Dyer says his Kilmarnock players will "regroup and go again"

    "I cant fault their efforts. We weren't great first half, but we came up against a good side. If we had equalised and came away with a point I would've been well happy with that. It's now about regrouping, going again and trying to start another mini run."

  4. 'I'm disappointed we never got something' - Holt

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Livingston

    Livingston manager Gary Holt: "I said to the players we are not going to use it [the re-arranged game after Saturday's postponement] as an excuse.

    "I said: 'don't come in here after the game saying we didn't have time to prepare right, or we didn't do our usual routine'.

    "The game was on, we accept that and got on with it and I think both teams went about it in the right way.

    Livingston boss Gary Holt

    "Considering the conditions I thought it was a really good game of football. Both teams coped with the wind and rain really well. But I'm disappointed we never came away with something out of the game."

  5. 'It was a special feeling' - Docherty

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Hibs midfielder Greg Docherty opened the scoring with a wonder goal at Rugby Park, and speaking to BBC Sportsound post-match the Rangers loanee said it was a "special feeling".

    "It's something people have been getting on at me to do more often. It's probably something I do in training but not in games.

    Greg Docherty
    Image caption: Greg Docherty lit up a blustry Rugby Park with a wonderstrike against Kilmarnock

    "When the ball came out to me there was one thing on my mind, I just thought to shift it onto my right foot. I thought it was going to go over, but it dipped at the last second. It was a special feeling."

  6. Gerrard unhappy with match officials

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Livingston

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard: "We aren't firing on all cylinders at the minute so it is important that you get the over the line and we did that today but we could have done it more convincingly. Disappointed in the officials today, I must say.

    "When they look back at their performance I think they will be disappointed. I think he got the second one just right, we accept that one but Morelos' one is onside and there is a stonewall penalty. It is a blatant handball.

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard
    Image caption: Steven Gerrard was unhappy with the match officials in Rangers' victory at Ibrox

    "The referee said to Connor Goldson that he couldn't give it because of the conditions. He didn't mean it. That is new to me.

    "I don't like talking about officials especially after a defeat because you can look like the violin is out or you are looking for excuses but when I think the timing is right, I must say I was disappointed in them today."

  7. Today's Premiership results

    Premiership results
  8. Updated Premiership table

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Scottish Premiership table
  9. Hibs back three 'terrific'

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Jim Duffy

    BBC Sportsound summariser

    Quote Message: It was a really open game. It looked like both teams played with the shackles off. Defensively I thought the Hibs back three were terrific. They weren't dragged out of position and they done what they had to do
  10. 'It was a good spectacle'

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Billy Dodds

    Former Scotland striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: If Kilmarnock equalised it would've been a fair result. It was a great game overall. It was two teams going into the game without any pressure, and they produced. It was a good spectacle
    Adam Jackson scored the winner for Hibernian
    Image caption: Adam Jackson scored what proved to be the winner for Hibernian
  11. Get Involved


    Tam McManus: Massive win for the Hibees. Hanlon & Jackson both outstanding very strong. Incredibly, third place is now not out the question.

  12. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Hibs hold on to secure victory in a pulsating Premiership cracker at Rugby Park. Both sides contributing to a captivating game in difficult conditions.

    Greg Docherty's wonderstrike is well worth watching on tonight's Sportscene...


    Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Ofir Marciano denies Kilmarnock twice: firstly a brilliant reaction save at his near post to deny Greg Kiltie. Then the towering keeper thwarts Eamonn Brophy.

  14. Killie building pressure

    Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    The hosts have Hibernian penned in their own half, forcing a flurry of corners but they can't find an equaliser.

    Here comes Kirk Broadfoot, galloping onto the pitch after replacing Alan Power.


    Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Half-hearted penalty appeals from the hosts as Adam Jackson is draped over Nicke Kabamba but referee Alan Muir is having none of it.

  16. Hibs chance

    Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Martin Boyle's lung-bursting counter attack fails to pay dividends as Jan Koprivec races from his line to block Boyle's shot.

    From the corner, Kilmarnock clear their lines.

  17. Killie change

    Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Greg Kiltie replaces Rory McKenzie as Alex Dyer rolls the dice in search of a late equaliser.

  18. Hibs change

    Kilmarnock 1-2 Hibernian

    Scott Allan is replaced by Daryl Horgan. Can Hibs hold on to their lead or will Kilmarnock come from behind again?