It was a much-admired figure from Kilmarnock’s past, Bobby Williamson, who once growled ‘if you want entertainment, then go to the pictures’. A bag of popcorn and a decent flick would have been preferable, surely, to the majority present at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium yesterday.
Thistle were denied their first win since the opening day of the league season when substitute Chris Burke came off the bench to rescue a point for the Staggies with an equaliser five minutes into stoppage time, and but for a stunning save from Ryan Scully from Ryan Dow, the Dingwall side might…
The semi-finals taking place this weekend meant a reduced league fixture card, with Inverness v Kilmarnock and Partick Thistle v Ross County the only surviving top-flight matches.
Partick Thistle claim their first Scottish Premiership win since the opening day of the league season by beating Ross County.
Kilmarnock are left to rue missed chances as Inverness hit back for a share of the points at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium.
Derek McInnes challenges finalists Aberdeen to deliver an era of success by winning the League Cup for a second time in three seasons.
Craig Cairns and Craig Fowler give their take on the first of the Betfred Cup semi-finals.
Inverness crept into the top half of the Premiership table after a 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock, while Chris Burke's stoppage-time strike for Ross County in Glasgow denied Partick Thistle their first win in nine attempts.