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Scottish roundup: Adam Rooney scores as Aberdeen win at Partick

• Dundee’s Kane Hemmings denies Inverness victory • First-half goals earn Ross County win against Dundee United Aberdeen equalled a 31-year-old club record with a fifth successive Scottish Premiership win as they saw off a below-par Partick Thistle at Firhill. A 2-0 victory came courtesy of goals…

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Motherwell 1-0 Kilmarnock

Louis Moult's penalty is enough to give Motherwell their first win since the opening day of the season at home to Kilmarnock.

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St Johnstone 2 Motherwell 1: MacLean at the double

SINCE the start of the season St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has been bemoaning his side’s slow start to games and uncharacteristic defensive sloppiness. Well, they did it again yesterday – falling in arrears in 11 minutes to a Louis Moult goal after gifting possession – but this time at least…  »  9d

Scottish roundup: Adam Rooney scores two as Aberdeen defeat Dundee

• St Johnstone record first win of the season • Inverness and Kilmarnock still without a victory Hearts collected a fifth straight Scottish Premiership victory with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Partick Thistle to maintain their perfect start to the season. The hosts went ahead through Osman Sow…

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Scottish roundup: Osman Sow strikes as Hearts win at Ross County

• Dundee back to winning ways against St Johnstone • Kris Boyd helps Killie to share of the points at Partick Hearts retained top place in the Scottish Premiership after two early goals in Dingwall ensured a 2-1 victory over Ross County . Osman Sow opened the scoring in the 10th minute with a low…

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Motherwell 1-2 Aberdeen: Dons recover to win

ABERDEEN maintained their perfect start to the Ladbrokes Premiership season with a 2-1 comeback win after another difficult day for Motherwell goalkeeper Connor Ripley in his side’s third consecutive defeat.  »  16d

Motherwell 1 Aberdeen 2: Dons come from behind

Such is the self-belief coursing through Aberdeen’s players following their perfect start to their Premiership campaign that even manager Derek McInnes admits that he no longer frets when, as happened here, the opposition takes the lead.  »  16d

Billy King in mood to match Hearts idols of 2005

ROBBIE Neilson, the head coach, may have been correct to play down the comparisons in the aftermath of Wednesday’s comfortable win over Motherwell, but it is impossible to ignore the similarities between the current table-topping Hearts side and the swashbuckling team that illuminated Scottish…  »  18d