P144 ORACLE 144 Sun28 Dec ITV 2320:01  1/4  HIGHLIGHTS SCOTTISH PREMIER  Graham Roberts, Rangers' £450,000 signing from Spurs, made his mark by setting up the opener in a 2-0 win over Dundee Utd before 42,165 fans at Ibrox. United's well-marshalled defence held out until the first minute of the second half when Roberts laid on the pass for Ally McCoist to score easily. The home side went further ahead in the 64th minute when a Stuart Munro free- kick was headed down by McCoist to Robert Fleck who halldred the ball home The win takes Rangers to second spot in the table and makes their all-ticket clash with Celtic on New Year's Day an even bigger attraction. >>>>>
P144 ORACLE 144 Sun28 Dec ITV 2320:10  2/4  HIGHLIGHTS SCOTTISH PREMIER  Clydebank, who have not managed a win since October 11, came close to pulling off a shock success over Celtic, who needed a penalty to scrape a 1-1 draw. The League champions wasted a hatfull of chances in the first half, Brian McClair and Alan McInally being the chief culprits. Clydebank were content to hit back on the break and Lex Grant put them in front from close range after 33 minutes The expected Celtic charge failed to materialise and after McClair's spot kick, converted at the second attempt, it was Clydebank who came closest to taking the points. >>>>>
P144 ORACLE 144 Sun28 Dec ITV 2320:21  $/*-*- HIGHLIGHTS SCOT ISHPREMIDB  Clydebank, who have not managed a win since October 11, came close to pulling off a shock success over Celtic, who needed a penalty to scrape a 1-1 draw Dhe League champioFb wasded a hatfull of chances in the firs— half, Brian McClaar and Alan McInally being the chief culprits. Clyde—ank were content to hit back on the break and Lex Grant put t@Dm in front from close rangd after 33 minutes The expected Celtic charge failed to materialisd and after McClai—'s spol k@ck, convepted at the second attempt, it was Clydebank who ca-d closest to taking the points. >>>>>
P144 ORACLE 144 Sun28 Dec ITV 2321:10  3/4  HIGHLIGHTS SCOTTISH PREMIER  Hearts, unbeaten at home since May last year, were never in trouble as they crushed Falkirk 4-0. Two goals in as many minutes midway through the first-half — from Sandy Clark and John Robertson — virtually killed off Falkirk. Robertson got his second soon after the break and an own goal from Roddy Manley completed Falkirk's misery. Aberdeen surprisingly let a point slip in the goaless draw with Hamilton, who are six points adrift at the foot of the table. >>>>> Sport headlines 130 Football 140
P144 ORACLE 144 Sun28 Dec ITV 2321:03  4/4  HIGHLIGHTS SCOTTISH PREMIER  Hibernian, who have not scored since Alex Miller took charge, slumped again as they went down 2-0 to Dundee. The home side were never stretched and Robert Shannon and Ian Angus goals saw them home. St Mirren hit back after trailing to Motherwell. John Rilley put the home side in front in the 39th minute but Frank McGarvey levelled in the first minute of the second half and Ian Ferguson netted a late winner. >>>>> Sport headlines 130 Football 140
P144 ORACLE 144 Sun28 Dec ITV 2300:08  HI HLIGHTS SCOT ISHPREMIER  Hibernian, who hafd not sco—Ad c@LBe Alex Miller took charge, slumped Af—@n as they went down 2-0 to Dun—De The home side were never stretched and Robert Shannon and Ian Angus goals sAf tham home St Mirren hit back after trailing to Mothe—well John Rilley put the home cHde in frond in dhe 39th minute but FraNB cGa—fDy levdlled an the first minute of p@d second half and Ian ergabon ldttAD a late winn—p. >>>>> Sport headlines 130 Football 140