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Hibs' top scorer in a sticky situation after muffin-based altercation

Match report Hibernian 0 Celtic 3: Gary Hooper leads Celtic to cup glory

Gary Hooper's first-half double helped Celtic to a comfortable William Hill Scottish Cup final win over Hibernian at Hampden Park which completed the domestic double for Neil Lennon's side.

Buoyant: Neil Lennon enjoys the acclaim at Celtic Park after winning the League title in a season which also saw his team beat Barcelona at the stadium

Neil Lennon's star on the rise without domestic strife

Celtic manager benefits from Rangers' demotion as he aims for Double

The sporting week ahead (26/05/13)

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Scottish Cup final preview: Hibernian look to overcome hoodoo against Celtic

The sides meet at Hampden Park on Saturday

Neil Lennon is at the centre of celebrations after Celtic clinch the title

Scottish Cup Final: Hibernian v Celtic match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park

A view of Hartlepool's Victoria Park

Hartlepool sack manager John Hughes following relegation to League Two

Hughes was only installed as manager six month ago

Lennon is looking to keep his squad fresh for the William Hill Scottish Cup final against Hibernian

Keeping Celtic squad fresh key for Neil Lennon

Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists it is worth “sacrificing” some Clydesdale Bank Premier League matches for the long-term health of his title-winning squad.

Michu would be an award candidate at a bigger club

The Last Word: Voters' lack of imagination makes players' award a farce

The limelight could glint upon literally the most disarming smile in sport

Celtic title triumph means everything to Kris Commons

Celtic midfielder Kris Commons has revealed winning the title this season felt just as good as beating Rangers to the championship.

Neil Lennon is at the centre of celebrations after Celtic clinch the title

Champion Neil Lennon chases Double after Celtic win Scottish title

Neil Lennon, the Celtic manager, celebrates after his side wrapped up their third Scottish Premier League title in a row yesterday with a 4-1 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle yesterday.

Gary Hooper's brace put his side well on their way

Scottish Premier League: Celtic clinch SPL title

Celtic clinched the Clydesdale Bank Premier League title with a commanding second-half performance against Inverness at Celtic Park.

Anthony Stokes of Celtic celebrates scoring the winning goal

Celtic edge another thriller

Celtic reached the final of the Scottish Cup with a thrilling 4-3 victory after extra time against Dundee United at Hampden Park.

Green party: James McPake celebrates Eoin Doyle’s equaliser as Hibernian recover from 3-0 to beat Falkirk 4-3 in their Scottish FA Cup semi-final
Aberdeen manager Craig Brown

Craig Brown will retire as Aberdeen manager at end of season

Former Scotland manager will see out season

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Hearts claimed a point at Edinburgh rivals Hibernian in controversial circumstances yesterday when the home side had a perfectly good goal disallowed at Easter Road. A Leigh Griffiths free-kick in the second half was well over the line but the goal was not given by the match officials.

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