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Hamilton stun Hibs with brilliant victory

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Hibernian were brought crashing back to earth following their Ibrox heroics last week as a brace from Rakish Bingham helped Hamilton claim a stunning 3-1 win at Easter Road.

Bingham's goal came either side of a strike from Louis Longridge as Accies ran riot during a stunning second-half display against the side who toppled Rangers seven days ago.

The victory could have been more handsome for the visitors, with Longridge also crashing a shot against the cross-bar.

Anthony Stokes did curl a late consolation...

Rangers frustrated by determined Hearts at Ibrox

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Rangers suffered further early season frustration as determined Hearts dug in for a deserved point at Ibrox.

Pedro Caixinha's men were looking to bounce back from last week's controversy-laden defeat to Hibernian.

But while there was no shortage of incidents in that loss to Neil Lennon's team, the Light Blues were hampered by their inability to raise the tempo against the capital's other team as they were forced to settle for a 0-0 draw.

The point will do Hearts caretaker boss Jon Daly no harm in...

Richard Tait and Louis Moult on target as Motherwell secure first win of season

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Ross CountyRoss County
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Louis Moult's second-half penalty sealed a hard-fought 2-0 win for Motherwell to earn the Steelmen their first three points of the season - and end 10-man Ross County's five-match unbeaten run on the road.

In-demand striker Moult - who has told Motherwell he will not sign a new contract at Fir Park, manager Stephen Robinson revealed on Friday - doubled the hosts' lead from the spot 16 minutes from time after Kenny van der Weg had been sent off for bringing down the Englishman in the box.

Richard Tait...

Stevie May at the double as the Dons down the Dee

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Stevie May marked his home debut with a double as Aberdeen overcame a stern examination by a hard-working Dundee side.

May struck either side of Roarie Deacon's leveller in a 2-1 win which will be more memorable for its defensive frailty than attacking prowess.

Indeed, the Dons rode their luck in the first half and probably should have fallen behind when Mark Reynolds and Anthony O'Connor were both drawn out to the right flank after eight minutes.

Reynolds was short in his backpass for goalkeeper Joe...

St Johnstone see off Partick to maintain winning start

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Michael O'Halloran's fourth goal of the season saw St Johnstone maintain their winning start to the Ladbrokes Premiership with a 1-0 success over Partick Thistle.

O'Halloran lit up an otherwise scrappy encounter to notch for the fourth time in just three league games since re-joining Saints to leave Tommy Wright's side with a perfect record after three matches of the season.

Thistle have a good record at McDiarmid Park - including a 3-0 win in the Irn-Bru Cup last week - and the hosts paid them respect...