Dundee drop behind Hamilton at the top of the Scottish Championship after Dougie Imrie's winner for relegated Morton.
Hamilton Academical survive a late rally from Alloa Athletic to move top of the Scottish Championship.
Falkirk edge out Raith Rovers to stay within two points of new leaders Hamilton and keep alive their title hopes.
Queen of the South stun Dumbarton to leapfrog their hosts in the race for a place in the promotion play-offs.
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Cowdenbeath hammer Livingston to keep alive their hopes of catching Alloa and avoiding a relegation play-off.
Falkirk and Rangers have five players each in the PFA Scotland teams of the year in their respective divisions.
The next Scottish league season will kick off on 9 August - the weekend after the Commonwealth Games finish.
Peter MacDonald, Kane Hemmings, Rory Loy and Anthony Andreu vie for Championship award.
Footballer Derek Riordan is to stand trial on a charge of assault.
John Baird scores with nine minutes remaining as Raith Rovers see off a comeback from Queen of the South.
Falkirk can pounce if Dundee and Hamilton slip in the closing stages of the Championship race, says keeper Michael McGovern.
Jason Scotland's equaliser snatches a point for 10-man Hamilton in a game where Livingston looked to be taking all three.
A double from Martin Boyle helps ease Dundee past Cowdenbeath and move them two points clear at the top of the table.
Falkirk beat Queen of the South to go to within two points of second-place Hamilton in the Scottish Championship.
Ten-man Raith Rovers are brought back down to earth after their Ramsdens Cup win as they lose at home to Dumbarton.
Morton are relegated to League One as Alloa Athletic ease their own fears of the drop with victory at Recreation Park.
Livingston want to become the latest Scottish football club to move towards being fully owned by their community.
Peterhead striker Rory McAllister is named Scottish Professional Football League player of the month for March.
Grant Murray is proud of his players after Raith Rovers defeat Rangers 1-0 after extra-time to lift the Ramsden Cup.
John Baird's goal four minutes from the end of extra-time wins Raith Rovers the Ramsdens Cup at the expense of Rangers.
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Ramsdens final defeat adds to the myriad of cup torments for Ally McCoist and Rangers, writes Tom English
Billy Dodds and Derek Ferguson rate the two sides as Raith Rovers shock Rangers to lift the Ramsdens Cup
Raith Rovers are raring to go in a high-profile Ramsdens Cup final against Rangers, writes BBC Scotland's Richard Wilson
Young goalkeepers from All Saints Primary School in Inverclyde face Greenock Morton penalty hero Dougie Imrie
With Morton seemingly destined for the drop, the Greenock club face some tough questions, says Rob Maclean
A rundown of the January 2014 transfer window movements in the Scottish Championship
To mark 10 years since Livingston triumphed in the League Cup, the team is getting back together
BBC Scotland assesses the state of play at the midway point of the Scottish season
Kenny Shiels says his farewells to former club Kilmarnock before taking the managerial reins at Morton
Match-fixing is an increasing danger in football, a conference hosted by PFA Scotland hears