Gary Naysmith branded Queen of the South’s performance “disgusting” as Dumbarton inched closer to Championship safety.
Robert Thomson nodded the winner as Dumbarton beat Queen of the South to boost their Championship survival hopes.
Semi-finals are often cagey affairs with neither side willing to try anything outrageous in fear that it could cost them a place in the final. Though the Scottish Cup is no different, there have been plenty examples through the years of teams going all hail-mary in an attempt to reach the national…
Darren McGregor hadn’t scored in a while. Not since last season’s Premiership play-off semi-final against Falkirk, in fact, and everyone at Easter Road remembers how that particular episode played out.
Dumbarton no more, Greenock no more, Paisley no more. At long last, the Easter Road faithful were saying goodbye to the Championship and conveniently the Hibernian-supporting Proclaimers had written a song capable of being re-worked as a sign-off.
Success is what Neil Lennon lives for. In recent weeks the task of guiding Hibernian back to the top flight has looked anything but fun for the man who joined in the summer and immediately stated his intentions.
Hibernian clinched the Scottish Championship title with an emphatic 3-0 victory at home to Queen of the South on Saturday.
Hibs confirmed their return to the Labrokes Premiership after three seasons away, winning the Championship with three games to spare