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Liam Craig’s penalty gave Hibernian their first league win over Hearts in eight games, the 2-1 victory ensuring their Edinburgh rivals remain on minus-two points.

Hibernian's Matt Docherty (top) and Gary O'Connor celebrate reaching the Scottish Cup final

Hibernian hope to end 110 years of pain in all-Edinburgh final

One of football's oldest rivalries comes out for once from under the shadow of the Old Firm

Ray Wilkins, Chelsea's former assistant manager, was dismissed
in November but the 54-year-old said he'd 'love to have another bash' at Stamford Bridge

Former Chelsea assistant Ray Wilkins faces drink charge

The former England, Chelsea and Manchester United player Ray Wilkins has been charged with drinking and driving.

The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 8 May 2012

Dunfermline relegated from SPL

League round-up: Addicks on the up but Donny sink

Doncaster Rovers have been relegated after four years in the Championship, while in League One Charlton Athletic have won promotion.

Away days set to continue for Celtic at the Scottish Cup quarters

Celtic have been handed yet another away tie in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup.

Nenad Milijas saw red for a perfectly good challenge

Wolves midfielder Nenad Milijas loses red card appeal

Wolves have slammed the Football Association's decision to reject midfielder Nenad Milijas' appeal against his red card in Tuesday's clash with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

Michael O'Neill led Shamrock Rovers into the Europa League

O'Neill confirmed as new Northern Ireland manager

Michael O'Neill intends to "restore a sense of belief and pride" in the Northern Ireland national side after being appointed on a two-year contract by the Irish Football Association.

Chants from Celtic fans related to the IRA

Celtic accept 'illicit chant' fine

Celtic will not appeal against the fine imposed by UEFA for "illicit chanting" at last month's Europa League tie against Rennes at Celtic Park.

Chants from Celtic fans related to the IRA

Celtic fined by Uefa over 'illicit chanting'

Celtic have been hit with a fine of 15,000 euros after their fans were reported for "illicit chanting" during the Europa League match against Rennes last month.

Nikica Jelavic was playing on his own up front

Jelavic wakes Rangers from their slumber

Hibernian 0 Rangers 2

Celtic cleared in IRA chant probe

Celtic have been cleared of breaching Scottish Premier League rules after their fans were reported for singing pro-IRA songs.

Colin Calderwood has been fired by Hibernian

Calderwood in at St Andrew's

Colin Calderwood has been appointed assistant manager at Birmingham, the Championship club confirmed yesterday.

Colin Calderwood has been fired by Hibernian

Colin Calderwood joins coaching set-up at Birmingham

Colin Calderwood has been appointed assistant manager at Birmingham, the npower Championship club have confirmed.

Calderwood has been at Hibernian since last October

Birmingham line up deal to recruit Calderwood

Birmingham City are understood to be in talks with Colin Calderwood over the Scot becoming the assistant manager at St Andrew's.

Colin Calderwood in talks with Birmingham

Birmingham are in talks with Colin Calderwood over becoming assistant manager at St Andrew's, Press Association Sport understands.

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