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Hibs boss to give top stars the night off against Raith

Neil Lennon is set to field a much-changed Hibs team against Raith Rovers this evening as he gives several of his Championship-winning mainstays some time off.

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Oli Shaw

Oli Shaw continues prolific Hibs Under-20s form with treble

Oli Shaw continued his sensational scoring run for Hibs Under-20s as he bagged a hat-trick in the 4-0 SPFL Development League win over Partick Thistle at Oriam.

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Rory Currie

Rory Currie fires hat-trick for Hearts Under-20s

Rory Currie bagged three goals as Hearts Under-20s put Aberdeen to the sword with a 3-1 win in the SPFL Development League at North Lodge Park.

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St Johnstone's Danny Swanson is joining Hibs next season. Picture: Roddy Scott/SNS

Danny Swanson: Why I’m swapping St Johnstone for Hibs

Danny Swanson has admitted it was a tough decision to leave St Johnstone but the chance to join Hibs was too good to turn down.

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Striker Grant Holt is happy at Hibs

Grant Holt hopes strong finish to season earns him Hibs deal

Grant Holt is hopeful that his form in the second half of the campaign proves enough to earn him a contract extension at Hibs.

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Grant Holt celebrates after his first-half header  brought Hibs back into the semi-final, main picture

Grant Holt: I’ve won over my critics

Grant Holt knows his presence in the Hibs team hasn’t always been unanimously appreciated by supporters, but the veteran striker believes that, over the course of the season, he has vindicated Neil Lennon’s decision to sign him last summer.

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Ian Cathro wants his team to make correct decisions

Winning matters more than performance – Hearts boss Cathro

Ian Cathro admits winning is Hearts’ priority over performance during the final five games of the season.

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Danny Grainger

Ex-Hearts man Danny Grainger loving academy life in Cumbria

Promotion is the immediate priority for Danny Grainger and Carlisle United. Securing a play-off place and subsequent leverage into League One after a three-year absence would be the perfect gift for supporters at Brunton Park. Grainger, though, is working extra hours to leave a lasting legacy across the entire Cumbria region.

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Ross Allum put Spartans ahead before Dalbeattie hit back to win

Spartans end league campaign with home defeat

Spartans finished their Lowland League campaign in third place despite a disappointing defeat at home to Dalbeattie Star.

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Edinburgh Star kept their heads after going behind with less than 25 minutes to play

Amateur round-up: Edinburgh Star shine in shoot-out

Edinburgh Star booked their place in the third round of The Stead and Simpson Cup after a 4-2 penalty shoot-out triumph over Inter Edinburgh at Saughton 3G.

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Neil Lennon. Pic: Ian Georgeson

Neil Lennon: Hibs are second-best team in Scotland

Neil Lennon has boldly claimed Hibs are “the second best team in the country”, despite losing out to Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi-final at the weekend.

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Dean Brett

Bonnyrigg bounce back; Linlithgow held

Bonnyrigg Rose bounced back from the disappointment of their Scottish Junior Cup semi-final exit with a stirring comeback victory away to Camelon tonight to maintain hopes of regaining their Super League title.

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Abigail Harrison (in green)

Fringe players help keep Hibs Ladies on top

Hibs Ladies’ midfielder Rachael Small says Sunday’s 3-1 win at Celtic merely underlines the strength in depth of Chris Roberts’ SWPL 1 title-chasing squad.

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Tynecastle boss: Win over Leith has no bearing on cup tie

Tynecastle boss: Win over Leith has no bearing on cup tie

Tynecastle boss Stevie Vinter doesn’t believe his side’s recent triumph over East of Scotland League champions Leith Athletic will have any bearing on Tuesday night’s King Cup semi-final at Meadowbank.

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Callum Paterson taking the first steps on his road to recovery at Edinburgh's Shawfair Park Hospital

Hearts defender Callum Paterson begins running after knee injury

Hearts full-back Callum Paterson began running today for the first time since suffering a season-ending knee injury
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Jamie Walker

Jamie Walker wants to fire Hearts into Europe

Jamie Walker aims to rediscover his goalscoring touch to help Hearts into Europe after Hibs’ Hampden defeat opened up the prospect of an early start to next season.

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Ofir Marciano has admitted that he's keen to stay at Hibs. Pic: SNS

Analysis: Why keeping Ofir Marciano is vital for Hibs next season

On a weekend when good news for Hibs was reasonably thin on the ground after their Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Aberdeen, it must have been heartening for the Easter Road faithful to hear goalkeeper Ofir Marciano say in the post-match debriefing that he wants to stay at the club beyond this season.

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Jamie Walker is the Hearts Player of the Year

Jamie Walker named Hearts Player of the Year

Jamie Walker won both Players' Player of the Year and Fans' Player of the Year at Hearts' end-of-season awards ceremony.

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Darren McGregor has been in excellent form for Hibs this season

Darren McGregor lands Hibs’ player of the year award

Defender Darren McGregor has been named Hibs’ player of the year at the club’s annual award ceremony.

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Neil Lennon was scathing about his team's display but he's simply a winner

Michael Weir: At least Hibs went down fighting in cup defence

Hibs have had a great run in the Scottish Cup over the past two seasons and although it would have been nice to get back to the final, the main thing was we went down fighting in our defence of the trophy.

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