Oli Shaw and Jamie Gullan score doubles in Hibs Dev XI win

Hibs Development Squad came back from a goal down to beat their Aberdeen counterparts 4-1 at Oriam, with the prolific Oli Shaw and fellow striker Jamie Gullan bagging doubles.

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Competition: Win a day out at a Hibs match for you and your mum

The Edinburgh Evening News has teamed up with Utilita Energy to offer Hibs fans the chance to get their Mothers Day gift sorted early this year with a special day out at Easter Road.

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Wayne Foster celebrates his winning goal for Hearts at Easter Road in February 1994

Hibs set to host biggest crowd since ‘Wayne Foster derby’

Easter Road is set to host its biggest crowd in 23 years when Hibs tackle Hearts in tomorrow night’s Scottish Cup fifth-round replay.

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Neil Lennon barks orders from the Raith touchline alongside assistant Garry Parker

Hibs boss Neil Lennon ‘picked his moment’ to read riot act

Managerial rants are an intrinsic part of football, often entertaining to those watching but not so much fun for those on the receiving end.

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Bobby Barr, left, takes on David Gray

Michael Weir: 14 Hibs wins out of 24 not good enough

Neil Lennon was perfectly entitled to rip into the Hibs players after Saturday’s lacklustre draw with Raith Rovers.

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Hibs head coach Neil Lennon was angered by Hibs display in the 1-1 draw with Raith. He had to be held back by assistant Gary Parker

Neil Lennon threatens to throw in kids as he slams Hibs

Neil Lennon has threatened to “throw in the kids” for Wednesday night’s Scottish Cup replay against Hearts after branding Hibs’ performance against struggling Raith Rovers as “disgraceful”.

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Jason Cummings scores from a free-kick, his 16th goal of the season rescuing a point for Hibs

Hibs reaction: Jason Cummings is saviour once again

Thank heaven for that left boot of Jason Cummings, the king of zing’s touch of an angel. For without it Hibs would have not only Dundee United but Falkirk and Morton breathing down their necks rather than being held off at arm’s length in the race for the Championship title.

Raith Rovers' Ryan Stevenson celebrates his thunderous strike against Hibernian. Picture: SNS/

Neil Lennon launches scathing attack on Hibs ahead of derby

Disgraceful, unprofessional, ordinary, insipid, complacent. Pick any insult you could hurl at a team of professional footballers, and Hibs boss Neil Lennon probably said it in a four-minute tirade against his players following this 1-1 draw at Raith Rovers.

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HIbs Brain Graham and Raith's Kyle Benedictus battle for possession at Stark's Park

Raith Rovers 1-1 Hibs: Cummings rescues a point for Hibs yet again

Jason Cummings 16th goal of the season pushed Hibs seven points clear at the top of the Championship table as Neil Lennon's side were forced to settle for a third successive draw against Raith Rovers.

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Willie Ormond's strike almost 'broke the goals'

Hibee History: Famous Five destroy Steelmen

Hibs gave one of their finest and most entrancing displays in front of 25,000 at Easter Road in trouncing Motherwell 6-1.

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 Cowdenbeath manger Colin Nish

Colin Nish back at Hibs as a youth coach

Colin Nish has gone back to the future, returning to Hibs to help coach the wannabe stars of tomorrow.

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Hibs striker Brian Graham

Hibs striker Brian Graham gunning for old club Rovers

Brian Graham has insisted there will be no room for sentiment as Hibs go gunning for his old club Raith Rovers today, intent on opening up a nine point lead at the top of the Championship table.

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Manager of Hibs Ladies team Chris Roberts with Hibs Ladies centre half Joelle Murray holding the Ladies League cup and the Scottish Cup

We can’t afford to be complacent insists Hibs boss Roberts

Hibs Ladies boss Chris Roberts insists his side won’t be taking anything for granted when they start their defence of the League Cup at lower league outfit East Fife tomorrow.

Celtic paraded their �3 million signing from Russian club Krasnodar, the 19-year-old Ivory Coast midfielder Eboue Kouassi. Picture Ian Rutherford

Hibs Kids’ dream of a league and cup double ended by Celtic

Hibs’ hopes of a league and cup double came to an end as the Easter Road side were knocked out of the SFA Youth Cup by Celtic.

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Martin Boyle, right, tussles with Iain Davidson earlier this season

Martin Boyle: Nine-point gap won’t mean the title for Hibs

The countdown may be on to the second Edinburgh derby of the season but, as far as Hibs forward Martin Boyle is concerned, tomorrow’s clash with Raith Rovers eclipses the visit of Hearts on Wednesday night.

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Neil Lennon wants victory at Raith tomorrow and has warned players to forget the derby

Winning all that matters to me – Hibs boss Neil Lennon

Neil Lennon has insisted winning is all that matters as he looks to emerge from tomorrow’s match against Raith Rovers with a victory which would leave Hibs in “a very strong position”, nine points clear at the top of the Ladbrokes Championship table.

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Footballer Anthony Stokes arrives at Dublin's Circuit Criminal Court. Picture: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Anthony Stokes ordered to pay Elvis impersonator £196k

Footballer Anthony Stokes has been ordered to pay an Elvis impersonator €230,000 (£196,000) for headbutting him in a nightclub.

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Liam Fontaine and Darren McGregor will line up in central defence for Hibs at Stark's Park

Hibs have just two fit centre-backs for Raith clash

Hibs are set to make the trip to Raith Rovers on Saturday with only two fit senior centre-backs even though an injury suffered by Jordon Forster is not as bad as first suspected.

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Hibs 3-0 home defeat by Morton last February sparked a run of four defeats, effectively ending their title hopes

No way Hibs will suffer league collapse this time – Doolan

At this time last year, the wheels were about to come off Hibs’ Championship title bid. John Doolan anticipates no repeat this time round and is adamant that his old team will be starting next season in the Premiership.

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