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I'll sign off now. Congratulations to title winners Celtic and Peterhead and commiserations to those taking the dreaded drop.
We'll be back for more of the same with Rangers v Hibs tomorrow.
Meanwhile, you can listen in to Off The Ball's Saturday Supplement and BBC Alba have just started showing Dundee v Hamilton 'as live'. You can follow that via the iPlayer.
Derek McInnes, who was serving a touchline ban for gesturing at Celtic fans who were singing a sectarian song about him, says he was once again the victim of chanting from the Glasgow club's support during Aberdeen's 3-0 defeat at Pittodrie.
But the Dons manager isn't confident that anything will be done about it.
"They'll keep continuing to sing their songs because we don't have the leadership in this country to deal with it," he tells BBC Scotland.
Neil Lennon is confident that he and his staff have got Celtic back on track after winning the club's 50th league title.
Celtic were 3-0 winners at Pittodrie in today's early kick-off.
Will Lennon be offered a longer contract in the coming weeks?
Hearts boss Craig Levein is relieved to report that the injury that forced Uche Ikpeazu off early in the second half is "not too serious".
"He was tight at half time when he went back in and I think he’s come off before any serious damage. We’ll see how things settle down, his strength is good in the hamstring which would suggest it’s nothing too difficult to deal with.
"He’s an important player and I really don’t want guys who are rusty in the cup final, so hopeful we’ll see some action from Uche before the final."
Reflecting on a narrow defeat, he adds: "It was very much like the other three matches we’ve played against Kilmarnock this season - there’s been nothing in it and felt that game was like that today, end to end.
"Very few chances though, unfortunately for us Kilmarnock managed to take one of theirs and we didn’t take ours.
"They’re good at what they do. They keep the game tight, are good on the counter and also at set pieces – and we succumbed to a set piece which we failed to clear.
"We’ve played worse than that and managed to come away with wins or draws. So I can’t be too critical of them."
Apologies to Cove Rangers fans. I should have mentioned this much earlier but the Highland League champions are into the League Two play-off final with Berwick Rangers after completing a 5-1 aggregate win over East Kilbride.
Will it be second time lucky for the Aberdeen side? They lost to Cowdenbeath in last year's final.
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke tells BBC Scotland he is pleased with a "good win" that lifts his side up to third place.
"You could tell they were all playing for their places in the cup final, they put in a real shift in the midfield trying to stop us creating too much," he says.
"In the first half we had some really good opportunities and were unlucky not to be in front. Second half, I think when Ikpeazu went off the changed of shape helped them, Sean Clare going a bit deeper, and they had midfield superiority. It took us a little bit longer to get a grip of the game.
"The task was to stay in the league, the second to be top six. After that we spoke about beating the points tally from last season, so we’ve done that on 61.
"I’ll go home, chill out a bit and then we’ll decide what the next target is.
"There's no pressure on us - if we finish fourth, no problem. If we finish third, great. The pressure is on Hibs and Aberdeen, clubs that expect to be fighting for European places."
St Mirren manager Oran Kearney: "We must win our last two games. We need to beat Hamilton and then go and beat Dundee but will also need a favour when we wanted it to be in our own hands.
"We dug in well against a very good Motherwell side but we should have had a penalty in the first half. There's a challenge on Danny Mullen from the defender who doesn't see him. The referee is standing seven yards away with a straight line at it.
"Also, for the goal, there are question marks. It's a foul on Gary McKenzie for the header. He jumps over the top of it. Those are big moments and they cost us."
Jim McIntyre replaced Neil McCann eight games into the league season. The former Dundee boss is in the BBC studio today and he's not happy.
"Don't start throwing dirt backwards over your shoulder," he says of Jim McIntyre's remarks, taking exception to the suggestion that the club has been toiling for the last three years.
"The players I recruited, I think they would have improved," says McCann.
"I didn't want Jim McIntyre to fail because he took my job. Dundee has a big place in my heart."
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre says he is "devastated" after relegation was confirmed this afternoon but he is not for walking away.
"The team has not been good enough. I've not been good enough," he admits before saying: "I want to stay on and take the team forward."
He adds that "this club has been fighting relegation for three years" and there "needs to be a cultural change" at Dens Park, without going into too much detail.
"The consistency has not been there," he says after a 10-match losing sequence. "It's difficult to find the right players in January when you are bottom of the league."
We've got one more Premiership match to come this weekend, with Rangers at home to Hibernian tomorrow.
Steven Gerrard's men are looking for a fifth successive victory but all three games with Hibs this season have been draws.
Hibs need a win if they are to have any chance of making a late charge for fourth spot.
We'll have radio coverage and text updates from that one.
Hamilton can secure their top flight status for another season if they avoid defeat at home to St Mirren a week on Monday.
That promises to be another tense outing.
Falkirk gave it a good shot with a battling 3-2 win at home to champions Ross County but it is not enough to save them from the drop.
Alloa hold on for a draw at Ayr to secure their Championship place and Queen of the South face a play-off to stay in the second tier.
All the scores coming right up...
Jack Leitch grabs two first-half goals for the Blue Toon at Hampden and that seals the title for Jim McInally's side.
Dundee are down.
A 10th successive defeat means Jim McIntyre's men finish bottom of the Premiership pile with two games to go.
Tony Andreu tucked in the winner from the spot-kick as they pull four points clear of 11th-placed St Mirren.
Stuart Findlay's late goal makes the difference at Tynecastle where what was a fiesty encounter looked to be heading for a goalless result. It moves Steve Clarke's side into third in the Premiership.
For the second week running, St Mirren find a late, late leveller but they lose ground in the battle to avoid the relegation play-off.