P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2200:01          LEAGUE OUNDUP 4/5 Gordon Rae scored in the 69th minute, but Hibs remain the country's lowest scorers, with only four goals in seven games. In the First Division St Johnstone still lead despite dropping a point at Ayr, drawing 1-1. Hearts moved into second place after a convincing 3-1 away victory over Hamilton, with MacDonald, Byrne and
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2210:01          LEAGUE ROUND-UP 2/5 Saints, however, seized the initiative and took the lead through goals from Scanlon (pen) and McDougall. McKinnon clinched a share of the points for the Ibrox side with his first ever goal for Rangers in the 68th minute. Aberdeen moved into third spot in the Premier League with an uninspired 1-0 win against Dundee, Peter Weir getting the vital goal in the 34th minute. more to follow>>
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2211:01          LEAGUE ROUND-UP 1/5 League leaders Celtic had to wait until the last ten minutes to overcome a tenacious Kilmarnock. The 11,000 crowd saw the visitors take the lead through Clarke in 51 minutes, before two goals from Charlie Nicholas gave the Parkhead side both points. Rangers slipped up, dropping a point against St Mirren at Love Street. In a thrilling tussle Rangers went ahead through a blockbuster from 30 yards by Jim Bett. more to follow>>
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2200:01          LEAGUE ROUND-UP 5/1 Last season's relegated teams, Partick Thistle and Airdrie, continue to struggle, both losing by the odd goal
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2200:00          LEAGUE OUNDUP 4/5 Gordon Rae scored in the 69th minute, but Hibs remain the country's lowest scorers, with only four goals in seven games. In the First Division St Johnstone still lead despite dropping a point at Ayr, drawing 1-1. Hearts moved into second place after a convincing 3-1 away victory over Hamilton, with MacDonald, Byrne and O'Connor notching the all-important goals.
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2204:10          LEAGUE ROUND-UP 3/5 Dundee United were the smash hits of the top ten teams, knocking six past a hapless Morton. The Greenock side's hero was goalkeeper Roy Baines, who pulled off a number of fine saves to keep the score down. The United scorers were Dodds, with a hat-trick, Narey (two) and Kirkwood. Hibs got their first win of the season, 1-0 against bottom of the table Motherwell. more to follow>>
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2200:01          LEAGUE ROUND-UP 5/5 Last season's relegated teams, Partick Thistle and Airdrie, continue to struggle, both losing by the odd goal to Alloa and Clyde respectively. Second Division pace-setters Meadowbank Thistle continued their fine run, beating Albion Rovers 4-3 in an end-to- end thriller. Arbroath, Berwick and Cowdenbeath are close on their heels. All had convincing wins, Berwick knocking four past bottom of the table East Stirling. more to follow>>
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2201:30 LEAGUE ROUND-UP 1/5 League leaders Celtic had to wait until the last ten minutes to overcome a tenacious Kilmarnock. The 11,000 crowd saw the visitors take the lead through Clarke in 51 minutes, before two goals from Charlie Nicholas gave the Parkhead side both points. Rangers slipped up, dropping a point against St Mirren at Love Street. In a thrilling tussle Rangers went ahead through a blockbuster from 30 yards by Jim Bett. more to follow>>
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2214:00          LEAGUE N@ND-UP 1/1
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2211:22          LEAGUE ROUND-UP 4/5 Gordon Rae scored in the 69th minute, but Hibs remain the country's lowest scorers, with only four goals in seven games. In the First Division St Johnstone still lead despite dropping a point at Ayr, drawing 1-1. Hearts moved into second place after a convincing 3-1 away victory over Hamilton, with MacDonald, Byrne and O'Connor notching the all-important goals. more to follow>>
P421 ORACLE 421 Sun17 Oct STV 2200:04 to Alloa and Clyde respectively. Second Division pace-setters Meadowbank Thistle continued their fine run, beating Albion Rovfrs 4-3 in an end-to- end thriller Arbroath, Berwick and Cowdenbeath are close on their heels. All had convincing wins, Berwick knocking four past bottom of the table East Stirling. more to follow>>