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Ayr United 0 - 4 Hibs: Champions leave Ayr on cusp of relegation

Hibs underlined the gulf between the top and bottom of the Championship table as they steamrollered sorry Ayr United at Somerset Park.

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Prince Buaben wins the ball ahead of Partick Thistle's Kris Doolan at Tynecastle

Hearts 2-2 Partick Thistle: Struna saves a point for Jambos

Andraz Struna's late equaliser prevented defeat for Hearts against ten-man Partick Thistle on a dramatic day at Tynecastle. The Firhill side were leading 2-1 with three minutes left when Struna popped up at the back post to convert Sam Nicholson's cross.
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Martin Boyle makes it 2-0. Pic: SNS/Roddy Scott

Ayr United 0 - 4 Hibs: Champions stroll to victory

Hibs underlined the gulf between the top and bottom of the Championship table as they steamrollered sorry Ayr United at Somerset Park.

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Liam Smith hopes to be involved in Hearts' clash with Partick Thistle this afternoon. Pic: SNS

Liam Smith out to steal Hearts right-back slot

Liam Smith senses the chance to cement his Hearts reputation during the final five games of the season.

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Neil Lennon ‘looking into’ keeping Efe Ambrose at Hibs

Neil Lennon has revealed Hibs are exploring the possibility of retaining Efe Ambrose for their return to the Premiership.

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Jordon Forster leaps to celebrate Hibs winner against Raith during the week. The defender was proud to wear the skippers armband

Jordon Forster honoured to be able to say he was Hibs’ captain

Captaining Hibs “by default” gave Jordon Forster an extra spring in his step for the closing stages of his team’s win over Raith Rovers on Wednesday.

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Medical staff, right, reach Jordon Forster amidst the chaos

Jordon Forster feared being trampled amid Hibs-Morton rumble

Jordon Forster admits he was worried about being trampled on as bedlam erupted around him during Hibs’ clash with Morton a month ago.

Spartans Whites 13s celebrate their Edinburgh Cup victory at New Dundas Park, Bonnyrigg

Youths: Cup double for Spartans Whites 13s

Spartans Whites 13s added the Edinburgh Cup to their season’s collection with a 7-1 win over AC Oxgangs at New Dundas Park, Bonnyrigg.

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Hearts manager Ian Cathro

Hearts weigh up contracts for Tziolis, Avlonitis and Sowah

Hearts will decide towards the end of May whether to offer new deals to out-of-contract players Alex Tziolis, Tasos Avlonitis and Lennard Sowah.

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Laryea Kingston congratulates Andrew Driver (left) after he doubled his side's lead

Maroon Memories: Hearts ruin Celtic’s title party

Hearts confirmed their status as Scottish football’s least desirable house guests as they plundered what may prove to be a highly significant victory from Celtic Park to take the shine off the SPL champions’ title celebrations and trophy presentation.

Garry O'Connor is congratulated on his goal by Hibs team-mates Derek Riordan (left) and Ian Murray

Hibee History: Hibs three and easy against title-chasers

Hibs secured their first victory at Celtic Park for 13 years as they dealt their hosts a blow in the race for the SPL title, while at the same time boosted their own hopes of a third-placed finish and European football.

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No home advantage as Hibs face Glasgow in League Cup semi-final

Hibs Ladies boss Chris Roberts is adamant his side won’t have any home advantage tomorrow when Glasgow City visit Ainslie Park on Scottish League Cup duty (3pm kick-off).

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Hibs boss would only let McGinn and Cummings leave for top dollar

Neil Lennon has warned potential suitors that it will “cost them a lot of money” to prise star duo John McGinn and Jason Cummings away from Hibs.

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Monarchs ace Josh Pickering holds off a challenge from Josh Bates. Picture: Ron MacNeill

Monarchs 47, Sheffield 43: Edinburgh take slender lead in KO Cup quarter-final

Edinburgh Monarchs have it all to do in the second leg of their KO Cup quarter-final clash after they toiled to curb Sheffield Tigers in tonight’s first-leg encounter at Armadale.

Somewhere beneath all these bodies is Edinburgh captain Grant Gilchrist scoring the winning try. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Edinburgh 24, Dragons 20: Hodge’s team stun Welsh with late flourish

Edinburgh staged a remarkable comeback to end their nine-game losing streak and inject a rare bit of joy into what has been a miserable season as they dramatically defeated the Dragons at Myreside.

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Neil Lennon will recall his regulars

Ayr v Hibs: Match preview and probable line-ups

Championship title-winners Hibs visit Somerset Park on Saturday to play Ayr United content in the knowledge that promotion back to the Premiership after three years away from the top flight is finally secure.

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Hearts' Esmael Goncalves battles for the ball against Partick's Daniel Devine. The pair will do battle again on Saturday. Pic: SNS

Hearts v Partick: Match preview and probable line-ups

Hearts host sixth-placed Partick Thistle at Tynecastle on Saturday in a must-win Premiership fixture if Ian Cathro’s side has any hope of securing fourth and the final European football spot.

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Kieth Reilly from Silverknowes and Paul Cunningham from Carrickvale play in last season's Dispatch. Pic: TSPL

Flurry of clubs sign up as Dispatch Trophy deadline extended

Royal Burgess, Prestonfield, Murrayfield and Dunbar are the latest additions to an exciting list of clubs set to play in the Dispatch Trophy for the first time this year.

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Steven Pressley signed for Celtic later in his career. Picture: SNS

Steven Pressley: I lost ‘friends’ after move to Celtic

Former Hearts captain Steven Pressley has revealed that he lost “acquaintances” as a result of crossing the Old Firm divide by joining Celtic in 2006.

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The new front of Hearts' ground will include the name Tynecastle Park. Pic: Heart of Midlothian FC

New-look Hearts ground will be renamed Tynecastle Park

Hearts' new-look stadium will return to its roots after the club announced they will reintroduce the name of Tynecastle Park.
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