Sunday, May 26th, 2013
Hibernian 0 – Celtic 3 (Scottish Cup final, May 26, 2013) A first half double from Gary Hooper followed by a late third from Joe Ledley confirmed the double for Celtic.
Sunday, May 19th, 2013
Dundee United 0 – Celtic 4 (Premier League, May 19, 2013) Georgios Samaras’s double lead Celtic to a 4-nil victory.
Ross County 1 – Inverness C.T. 0 (Premier League, May 19, 2013) André Hainault’s scored in the 44th minute.
St. Johnstone 2 – Motherwell 0 (Premier League, May 19, 2013)
Saturday, May 18th, 2013
Aberdeen 1 – Hearts 1 (SPL, May 18, 2013) An own goal by Jamie Hammill ensured that Derek McInnes’ unbeaten record as Aberdeen manager remained in tact as they drew 1-1 with Hearts at Pittodrie in the SPL. Ryan Stevenson put Gary Locke’s men ahead in front of a large traveling support but Hammill’s own goal meant that honours ended even on the final day of the SPL season.
Hibernian 1 – Dundee 0 (SPL, May 18, 2013) Hibernian warmed up for the Scottish Cup final next weekend with a 1-0 win over relegated Dundee at Easter Road in the SPL. David Wotherspoon scored the only goal of the game with 11 minutes remaining as the visitors’ short stay in the SPL ended on a sour note.
Kilmarnock 1 – St Mirren 3 (SPL, May 18, 2013) Kris Boyd cancelled out John McGinn’s opener in the first half but Killie rarely threatened after the break and a penalty from Paul McGowan and a solo strike by Conor Newton sealed the win for Danny Lennon’s men.
Wednesday, May 15th, 2013
Kilmarnock 1 – Hibernian 3 (SPL, May 15, 2013) Eoin Doyle scored twice as Hibernian beat Kilmarnock 3-1 in a rearranged SPL fixture at Rugby Park. Scott Robertson nudged the Scottish Cup finalists into an early lead but Lee Ashcroft restored parity with his first goal in senior football, only for Doyle’s late brace to give Pat Fenlon’s men victory.
Sunday, May 12th, 2013
Hearts 1 – Hibernian 2 (Relegation Group, May 12, 2013) Ross Caldwell scored the match winner in the 90th minute for Hibernian.
Motherwell 2 – Ross County 0 (Championship Group, May 12, 2013) Motherwell get two first half goals from McFadden and Humphrey to beat Ross County 2-nil.
Saturday, May 11th, 2013
Celtic 4 – St Johnstone 0 (SPL, May 11, 2013) Joe Ledley, Charlie Mulgrew and James Forrest were all on target for Celtic as they thrashed St Johnstone 4-0 at Celtic Park in the SPL. An own goal from Frazer Wright completed the scoring for Neil Lennon’s men on the day that they were presented with the SPL championship trophy.
Dundee 2 – Kilmarnock 3 (SPL, May 11, 2013) Rory McKenzie scored a stunning individual goal and Chris Johnston scored his first goal as a professional as Kilmarnock ensured that Dundee’s last home match in the SPL ended in defeat. McKenzie’s brilliant opener put Killie ahead before Ryan Conroy leveled for the hosts, but Johnston and Sammy Clingan made the game safe before Mark Stewart’s late consolation.
Inverness CT 1 – Dundee United 2 (SPL, May 11, 2013) Gary Mackay-Steven scored in injury time as Dundee United came from behind to beat Inverness CT at the Caledonian Stadium in the SPL. Aaron Doran put ICT into a deserved halftime lead after Radoslaw Cierzniak had saved an earlier penalty from Billy McKay, but Ryan Dow drew the visitors level after the break before Mackay-Steven’s late winner.
St Mirren 0 – Aberdeen 0 (SPL, May 11, 2013) Aberdeen were left to rue a series of missed chances but remain unbeaten under Derek McInnes as they were held to a 0-0 draw by St Mirren.
Monday, May 6th, 2013
Rangers Legends 4 – Manchester United Legends 1 (Exhibition, May 6, 2013) After Ronny Johnsen put United ahead, a left-footed bullet from Jorg ‘The Hammer’ Albertz levelled the match for Rangers before the break. Current Rangers boss Ally McCoist put the Gers 2-1 up with a deflected shot, and Ally McCoist claimed abrace with a low free-kick. Alex Rae rounded off a fine home win.
Sunday, May 5th, 2013
Ross County 1 – Celtic 1 With first half goals from both teams, IainVigurs and Anthony Stokes, the match ended at 1-1.
FC Dundee 1 – Aberdeen 1 Niall McGinn scored a penalty in the 70th minute for Aberdeen, match ended 1-1.
Saturday, May 4th, 2013
Hearts 3 – St. Mirren 0 (SPL, May 4, 2013) Jamie Walker’s stunning solo goal gave Hearts the lead and Kevin McHattie’s long-range free kick doubled the advantage before the break. Kenny McLean saw red in the second half for a professional foul and Jamie Hammill converted from the spot to leave the Saints looking nervously over their shoulder with two games remaining.
Inverness CT 4 – Motherwell 3 (SPL, May 4, 2013) Bill McKay scored a hat trick as Inverness CT survived a stirring comeback by Motherwell to win 4-3 at the Caledonian Stadium and hold on to third place in the SPL table. Two goals from McKay and another from Andrew Shinnie had the hosts 3-0 up inside half an hour but two goals from James McFadden and one from Michael Higdon pegged them back, only for McKay to win it with his hat-trick following Henrik Ojamaa’s red card.
Dundee United 0 – St. Johnstone 1 (SPL, May 4, 2013) St Johnstone beat Dundee United at Tannadice for the first time since August 2000 as Liam Craig’s 38th-minute goal separated the sides on Tayside.
Sunday, April 28th, 2013
Motherwell 3 – Celtic 1 (SPL, April 28, 2013) Gary Hooper put Neil Lennon’s side ahead in the first half but Henrik Ojamaa’s goal right on the stroke of half time changed the course of the game and Michael Higdon (penalty) and a Fraser Forster own goal secured victory for the hosts after the break.