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Scottish Cup

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 By PA Sport

Inverness' Josh Meekings wins appeal against Scottish Cup cup final ban

Josh Meekings will not be banned for the Scottish Cup final for this handball that initially went unpunished.

Inverness defender Josh Meekings is free to play in the Scottish Cup final after winning his appeal against a controversial one-match ban.

The 22-year-old Englishman was offered the suspension by the Scottish Football Association's compliance officer, Tony McGlennan, after officials failed to see his handball in Sunday's 3-2 semifinal win over Celtic at Hampden Park.

The highly-publicised incident became even more prominent when the Parkhead club released a statement on Monday revealing they were...

 By PA Sport

Inverness' Josh Meekings faces ban for handball, set to miss cup final

Josh Meekings' handball was missed by officials but he faces a retrospective ban.

Inverness defender Josh Meekings is set to miss the Scottish Cup final after being offered a retrospective ban for handling Leigh Griffiths' goal-bound header.

Celtic and their fans were enraged by referee Steven McLean's failure to award a penalty against Meekings when he blocked the effort just before the interval with the Hoops leading 1-0.

Scottish Football Association compliance officer Tony McGlennan has now issued a "notice of complaint" to Meekings, whose transgression was missed by the...

 By PA Sport

Celtic demand answers from SFA after Scottish Cup defeat

Inverness' Josh Meekings appeared to handle the ball directly in front of his goal line, but no penalty was given.

Celtic have written to the Scottish Football Association to demand answers after they were denied a blatant penalty in Sunday's Scottish Cup semifinal defeat to Inverness.

Caley Thistle clinched a 3-2 win at Hampden and a place in the May 30 final with Falkirk, but only after referee Steven McLean and his officials missed a clear handball by Josh Meekings a yard off his own goal line as Leigh Griffiths looked to head home.

The Hoops were a goal ahead at the time of the incident, which took place...

Super Caley go ballistic

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David Raven's dramatic extra-time strike against Celtic took Inverness into their first William Hill Scottish Cup final with a 3-2 win as the Hoops' treble hopes ended in controversy.

Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk opened the scoring in the 18th minute with a wonderful free-kick but the Hoops were denied a stonewall penalty kick and a one-man advantage seconds before the break when Caley defender Josh Meekings prevented a Leigh Griffiths header going in with his arm a yard from goal.

To compound Celtic's...

Hibernian 0-1 Falkirk

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Falkirk booked their place in the William Hill Scottish Cup final with a smash-and-grab 1-0 win over Hibernian at Hampden Park.

The dominant Easter Road side hit the post just before the break through Fraser Fyvie and again in the second half through fellow midfielder Scott Allan, with the Bairns rarely threatening.

However, the Hibees were stunned in the 74th minute when Falkirk midfielder Craig Sibbald headed in a Blair Alston cross to set up a meeting on May 30 with either Inverness or Celtic.

It...