Hibs reaction: Lennon satisfied with point as players ‘run on fumes’

Neil Lennon had warned it would be near impossible for his players to replicate the stunning performance of a few days earlier as they’d sent arch-rivals Hearts crashing out of the Scottish Cup.

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Lewis Stevenson clashes with Dunfermline's Andy Geggan

Michael Weir: Hibs due some leeway after derby exertions

Unlike last week, when we let ourselves down against Raith Rovers, I’ve got sympathy for the Hibs players in the wake of the draw with Dunfermline.

Ofir Marciano makes a stunning save to keep it level

Ofir Marciano: Great save secured important point for Hibs

Hibs goalkeeper Ofir Marciano today admitted that even he doesn’t know how he pulled off a stunning double save which kept the Easter Road side seven points clear at the top of the Championship table.

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Gary O'Connor is setting up a coaching academy. Picture: Toby Williams

Ex-Hibs striker Garry O’Connor to start football school

Former Hibs star Garry O’Connor is set to launch his own coaching academy.

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Hibs players celebrate Wednesdays Scottish Cup replay victory against their faint-Hearted city rivals. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Aidan Smith: ‘Edinburgh derby a victory over Uefa snobbery’

Leith last Wednesday at 7.44pm was no place for the faint-hearted. The match was about to kick-off but, really, what kind of travesty was it going to be? The first attempt at settling the Scottish Cup-tie had, by common consent, been one of the worst games ever contested by the teams. On a cold night, Storm Doris was looming...

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Andrew Shinnie scores Hibs' third in the win over Hearts. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Andrew Shinnie keen to stay at Hibs after thrilling derby

Andrew Shinnie knows that a return to English football would be of financial benefit but having experienced the legal high of a derby win, he says there are some things that money cannot buy.

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Martin Boyle turns away in celebration after opening the scoring for Hibs against Dunfermline at Easter Road

Hibernian 2-2 Dunfermline: Hibs blow two goal lead as Pars fightback to earn point

Hibs again passed up the chance to open up a nine point lead at the top of the Championship table as they threw away a two goal lead and were forced to settle for a third successive league draw.

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Neil Lennon expects a slight dip in form against Dunfermline today

‘Impossible’ to repeat derby display – but Hibs told to try

Neil Lennon has admitted it will be well nigh impossible for Hibs to replicate their Scottish Cup heroics in this evening’s Championship clash with Dunfermline – but he wants them to try to get as near as possible.

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Martin Boyle battles with Hearts defender Lennard Sowah in midweek

Boyle: The derby’s done with – Hibs’ focus now on the title

Martin Boyle has admitted he’s just happy to have the Scottish Cup games against Hearts over and done with – so he and his Easter Road team-mates can concentrate on wrapping up the Championship title.

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Garry OConnor pounces after Allan Ferguson spilled a shot from Derek Riordan to put Hibs 2-0 up

Hibee History: Hibs put the Bairns to bed in cup

Hibs reached the Scottish Cup semi-finals after a day to forget for Falkirk goalkeeper Allan Ferguson.

David Gray believes that if Hibs play like they did in Wednesday's derby, they can beat any team in Scotland. Pic: Ian Georgeson

Skipper urges Hibs to prove they belong among Scotland’s best

David Gray has challenged Hibs to step up and prove beyond doubt that they are one of Scotland’s strongest teams.

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David Gray leads his team around Easter Road after their stirring derby victory but he agrees with Neil Lennon that league form has been inconsistent and that promotion back to the top flight remains the number one priority

David Gray: Dunfermline at home the real acid test for Hibs

David Gray admits tomorrow’s match against Dunfermline is the real acid test to determine whether the Hibs players have responded to Neil Lennon’s criticism of them last weekend.

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Hibs boss Neil Lennon has added more qualities to an already strong squad. Pic: SNS

Hibs analysis: Continuity pays off as Neil Lennon coaxes more out of team

In stark contrast to a Hearts side floundering amid what seems to be a never-ending period of transition, Hibs are flourishing by maintaining continuity.

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Hibs fans celebrate at the end of the game. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Hibs fans celebrations could be heard ‘3 miles away’

Hibs fans celebrating their 3-1 Scottish Cup win over city rivals Hearts could be heard over 3 miles away according to reports.

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Grant Holt, right, celebrates scoring for Hibs against Hearts. Pic: SNS

Marathonbet donate to Hibs Community Foundation after Grant Holt goal

Grant Holt’s derby goal last night earned the Hibs Community Foundation £500 after he pulled off “The Incredible Holt” to mark his strike.

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Grant Holt celebrates his goal with Lewis Stevenson and John McGinn. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Hibs could have scored five against Hearts – Neil Lennon

Hibs boss Neil Lennon today hailed his Scottish Cup heroes as “absolutely magnificent”, claiming they’d blown Hearts away in their fifth-round replay and could easily have beaten their Capital rivals by four or five goals.

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Jason Cummings opens the scoring for Hibs

Manager’s blast in past as Hibs soak up fans’ adulation

Neil Lennon had left his players’ ears ringing as he flayed them for a shocking performance at the weekend but they left Easter Road on Wednesday deafened by the cheers of 16,400 fans after they’d sent arch-rivals Hearts crashing out of the Scottish Cup for the second year in a row.

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Grant Holt celebrates putting Hibs two up against Hearts

Hibs 3, Hearts 1: Cup holders blow their city rivals away

Rampant Hibs kept their Scottish Cup defence on course with an emphatic fifth-round demolition of an insipid Hearts side at Easter Road.

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Irvine Welsh arriving at the world premiere of Trainspotting 2 at Cineworld in Edinburgh. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Irvine Welsh drops hint about Trainspotting 3

Irvine Welsh has hinted teasingly at the possibility of a sequel to T2 Trainspotting ahead of Wednesday’s derby clash between Hibs and Hearts.

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Ian Cathro and Neil Lennon, right, will see their sides battle it out again at Easter Road tonight. Picture: SNS

Hibs v Hearts: Who needs a win more - Neil Lennon or Ian Cathro?

Only one team can win the Edinburgh derby Scottish Cup replay - but which manager needs it more?

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