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St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
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AberdeenAberdeen
MotherwellMotherwell
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KilmarnockKilmarnock
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CelticCeltic
St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
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AberdeenAberdeen
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Dundee UnitedDundee United
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 By PA Sport

Rangers chairman to failed regimes: 'You should be ashamed'

Rangers chairman Paul Murray blasted the likes of David Somers, pictured, for their actions which sparked years of turmoil for the club.

Rangers chairman Paul Murray has hit out at the Ibrox regimes which brought the Glasgow giants to their knees -- telling them: "You should be ashamed."

The Light Blues chief is currently keeping the chair at the top of the boardroom table warm while Dave King sets about proving he is fit and proper enough to return to the club.

But he savaged the likes of Craig Whyte, Charles Green, David Somers and Derek Llambias for the actions which have sparked four years of turmoil.

Former chairman Somers and...

County continue unbeaten run

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KilmarnockKilmarnock
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In-form Ross County held on for three more valuable points after surviving a late flurry from Kilmarnock at Global Energy Stadium.

The home side were worthy winners having dominated for long spells in the game and led thanks to goals from Michael Gardyne and Craig Curran.

But a late strike from Lee Ashcroft made for a nervy last few minutes for the home side, who held on for a 2-1 triumph.

Third-bottom County, who have now claimed 16 points from a possible 18 since losing 4-0 to Aberdeen, made a positive...

Partick Thistle 1-0 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

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Partick Thistle recorded consecutive league victories for the first time since March 2013 with a 1-0 win over Inverness at Firhill.

The Maryhill men claimed their third league win of the season over the visitors in what was a poor spectacle for the most part in the spring sunshine.

A single goal by Steven Lawless six minutes from time was enough to give the Jags the three points as they gave their survival hopes another boost after their convincing win over St Johnstone last week.

There was little in...

Celtic brush United aside

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Dundee UnitedDundee United
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Dundee United went down without much of a fight as Celtic cruised to a 3-0 Scottish Premiership win in the fourth meeting between the clubs in 14 days.

The previous three clashes, including a 2-0 Scottish League Cup final win for the Hoops at Hampden Park and a 4-0 win in a William Hill Scottish Cup replay, brought six red cards - four for the Tannadice men - amid a war of words.

However, first-half goals from former United player Gary Mackay-Steven, returning striker John Guidetti and defender Jason...

St Johnstone 2-0 St Mirren

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St Johnstone cruised to a 2-0 win over St Mirren at McDiarmid Park on Saturday, a result which leaves the visitors four points adrift at the bottom of the Scottish Premiership.

A goal in each half from Brian Graham and Steven Anderson, both of which were set up by David Wotherspoon, proved decisive to move Tommy Wright's side up to fifth in the table.

St Mirren came into the game as the league's lowest goalscorers and struggled to make an impact going forward, with Viktor Genev forcing a good save...