Where are they now: Last Hibs team to win a derby against Hearts at Tynecastle

Hibs make the short trip to Tynecastle on Saturday looking for a first derby win in Gorgie since May 2013.

By Patrick McPartlin
Thursday, 4th April 2019, 10:00 am
Updated Thursday, 4th April 2019, 10:04 am
Ross Caldwell wheels away after netting his injury-time winner
Ross Caldwell wheels away after netting his injury-time winner

A Leigh Griffiths free kick and a late, late Ross Caldwell winner handed the Hibees the points after Darren Barr had given the home side the lead on the stroke of half-time.

Left Hibs and enjoyed spells with Bradford, Bury and Blackpool before joining current club Bolton in August 2018 as Academy goalkeeping coach and back-up 'keeper
Hibs was the penultimate port of call in Maybury's career, with the defender having a spell at Falkirk after Easter Road. Now a coach with St Johnstone.

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"Fozzy" had a loan spell with Plymouth but returned and helped Hibs to the Scottish Championship title in 2016/17. Now with Cheltenham Town
Long-serving defender is still at Hibs, lifting the Scottish Cup in 2016 and scoring during the run to the final, and winning the Championship title the following year
Now in his 12th season in green and white. Became the first Hibs player in history to win both domestic cups in 2016 and has made more than 440 appearances for the Easter Road side
The "Pitbull" has had a varied career since his loan spell at Hibs ended, playing for Motagua, Sporting Kansas City, Qingdao Jonoon, Alajuelense and Real Espana.
Combative midfielder left Hibs for Falkirk in 2014 but is now back in the Scottish Premiership with Hamilton after four years with the Bairns.
Former Scotland international joined Dundee in 2014, but returned to Hibs in 2016. Had a spell with Tranent and now combines coaching at Rangers, media duties and running his own soccer school
Joined Dundee and Queen of the South on loan before joining Falkirk permanently in 2017. Now plays for National League North side York City
Boyhood Hibs fan scored the equaliser. Returned to Wolves in the summer before joining Celtic, where he has notched more than 100 goals in fewer than 200 appearances.
Youngster joined Alloa on loan before a permanent move to St Mirren. Had brief spells with Morton, Ayr, Cowdenbeath and Brechin and now plays for junior side Blantyre Victoria
Sub 'keeper had a brief spell in the USA with Rochester Rhinos before returning to first club Dunfermline. Hasn't played since late 2017 through injury
Versatile midfielder signed for hometown side St Johnstone in the summer of 2013 and has made more than 240 appearances for the McDiarmid Park side
Departed Hibs for Botosani in Romania in 2015, returning to Scotland with Raith Rovers. Was combiings playing for Brechin with coaching duties at Dundee United but left Tannadice last month.
Left Hibs for Chesterfield where his form earned him a mvoe to Cardiff. Had spells with Preston, Portsmouth and Oldham and is now at Bradford City.
Won the Scottish Cup with Hibs but suffered a long-term injury just weeks later. Loaned to Raith in early 2017 before joining Dumbarton on a permanent deal. Now with Edinburgh City.
Irish midfielder left Hibs to join Northampton Town in 2013, moving on to Southend United, Shrewsbury Town and finally Cambridge United.
Young defender spent time with Arbroath on loan before permanent move to Livingston. Turned out for Cowdenbeath, Linlithgow Rose and Musselburgh Athletic before joining Edinburgh City