Celtic and Rangers both dropped points while off-the-park issues again hit the headlines.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright insists bad decision making from his players was a key factor in Saturday’s 3-1 defeat at Livingston.
Livingston manager Gary Holt was delighted his side gave him the 46th birthday he had asked for after the Lions came from behind to beat St Johnstone.
Livingston manager Gary Holt celebrated his 46th birthday in style by seeing his side come from behind to beat St Johnstone 3-1.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright admits he was more than surprised when goalkeeper Mark Hurst revealed he was quitting for the United States.
St Mirren manager Oran Kearney reckons that Saturday’s 1-0 victory over Livingston may prove to be invaluable in their fight against Ladbrokes Premiership relegation.
Ten-man Hibernian strengthened their grip on sixth place thanks to a second-half double from Marc McNulty in a comeback victory over St Johnstone.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright believed Florian Kamberi “conned” referee Gavin Duncan to win a penalty which was a “game-changer” in Hibernian’s 2-1 victory.
Scott Sinclair helped himself to a hat-trick as Celtic made St Johnstone suffer again in their thumping 5-0 William Hill Scottish Cup win at Parkhead.
They have made swift progress in recent times but Dundee United Women’s manager Gavin Beith feels they are now at a stage where the club belong as they prepare to make their Scottish Women’s Premier League (SWPL) debut.
Dundee United defender Tam Scobbie has joined Brechin City on loan until the end of the season.
Continuing our look back at some of the old Sporting Queries, which were so popular in the Sporting Post.
Dundee FC have 'urged' supporters not to use a road that runs through Perth to get to St Johnstone's McDiarmid Park.
Glen Kamara says he’s “definitely” staying at Dundee to help them pick up the wins to put their poor start to the season behind them.
Sofien Moussa’s punishment for his quickfire red card in Saturday’s 3-0 home drubbing by Ayr United in the Betfred Cup is relegation to the reserves.
A remarkable, not to mention gutsy, fightback saw Craig Easton’s young Dundee United progress in a five-goal Irn-Bru Cup thriller against St Johnstone U/21s at Tannadice last night.
It was a very small cutting which heralded a future Scottish football icon’s entry into the senior game in Scotland.
A £10 million lottery winner from Tayside has admitted drink-driving after he caused a crash while he was heading home from the pub.