P147 Teletext 147 Dec10 20:50:10       Scottish Premier ———————————  —— MOTHERWELL 0 ABERDEEN 1   Aberdeen climbed off the bottom of the table after recording only their third win of the season at high-flying 'Well. A bizarre 35th minute own goal by Chris McCart was enough to secure all three points for the Dons and end his side's four-month, 15-match, unbeaten sequence And under-fire Pittodrie manager Willie Miller was given a resounding vote of confidence by the travelling fans who chanted his name throughout the match. ——————————————————————————————————1/3—— Win a Muddy Fox mountain bike 162 NATIONAL AND REGIONAL WEATHER p180 Next Rugby Main Index Local Sport
P147 Teletext 147 Dec10 20:52:16       Scottish Premier ———————————  —— KILMARNOCK 1 RANGERS 2   Brian Laudrup again turned in a superb individual performance as Rangers ended Killie's seven-game unbeaten home run and moved seven points clear at the top The Dane was at the heart of every move and capped a virtuoso showing with the champions' killer goal after 62 minutes Earlier, Alan McLaren (7) had put the visitors in the driving seat but Colin McKee set up a nail-biting finish with an unstoppable 76th minute thunderbolt. ——————————————————————————————————2/3—— Sport index 131 Regional sport 170 NATIONAL AND REGIONAL WEATHER p180 Next Rugby Main Index Local Sport
P147 Teletext 147 Dec10 20:51:10       Scottish Premier ———————————  —— HIBERNIAN 2 FALKIRK 2   A superb last-gasp strike by Michael OgNeill gave Hibernian their 11th draw of the season and a deserved share of the spoils against 10-man Falkirk. Colin McDonald (21) fired the visitors ahead with an unstoppable shot but Darren Jackson (81, pen) levelled after Joe McLaughlin was shown the red card. Brian Rice (84) looked to have won it for the Bairns but he reckoned without OgNeill who drove home from 20 yards. ——————————————————————————————————3/3—— Sport index 131 Regional sport 170 NATIONAL AND REGIONAL WEATHER p180 Next Rugby Main Index Local Sport