FOR the first time in five months Leicester have climbed out of the Premier League's bottom three as their unlikely great escape edged a step closer to reality with a fourth successive league victory, a 1-0 win at Burnley.
THERE are few sounds in sport more arresting than a group of supporters booing one of their own.
A crowd of 1100 at Cliftonhill saw Albion Rovers presented with the League Two trophy after coming from behind to salvage a 1-1 draw with third-placed Arbroath.
Morton moved top on goal difference after a bad-tempered 2-0 win at Stranraer last night which saw both teams finish with ten men.
IT was perhaps fitting that this year's round of X-Factor auditions took place at Ibrox earlier in the week.
Livingston hoisted themselves off the foot of the table with a commanding 4-0 win at Raith Rovers, creating a new belief that they can beat the drop.
HAVING long since eclipsed the present-day version, Hearts yesterday trumped a more celebrated Hibernian team of the past when they set a new points record for the second tier.
IF additional points were awarded for tenacity and resilience, Aberdeen would still be squeezing Celtic at the top of the Premiership.
PERHAPS being voted one of the four best players in Scotland was just a bit too much for Greg Stewart to handle.
RONNY Deila is planning a summer clear-out in order to run with a leaner, meaner squad next season.
YOU can always be guaranteed a taste of the jet set in Paisley.
WIN your last four games.
JOHN Hughes' reputation arrived at the Caledonian Stadium before he did.
CELTIC striking legends Chris Sutton and John Hartson are calling on the Parkhead board to fund a Ronny Deila recruitment drive to help qualification to the Champions League.
JOHN Souttar insists Dundee United have wiped their recent Celtic clashes from their memories - and are itching to buck the trend.
RONNY Deila saw Stefan Johansen sold to Celtic for £2m last January and felt sure Stromsgodset had driven a hard bargain.