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Celtic go top; Dundee down Hibs; Rangers rack up 6 at East Stirling
- Updated: November 17, 2012
Aberdeen 0 – Celtic 2 (SPL, November 17, 2012) Two late goals from Lassad Nouioui and Charlie Mulgrew sent Celtic back ot the top of the SPL table.
St Johnstone 1 – Ross County 1 (SPL, November 17, 2012) Saints captain Dave MacKay scored his first goal of the season to give the home side a second-half lead but Liam Craig diverted Iain Vigurs drive into his own net as County hit back with 20 minutes remaining.
Dundee 3 – Hibernian 1 (SPL, November 17, 2012) Kyle Benedictus and Kevin McBride both scored their first goals for Barry Smith’s men while veteran striker Steven Milne added the third. Leigh Griffiths’s last-minute strike was his tenth goal in eight games but it was merely a consolation for the visitors.
Hearts 1 – St Mirren 0 (SPL, November 17, 2012) Danny Grainger scored the only goal of the game.
Dundee United 3 – Kilmarnock 3 (SPL, November 17, 2012) Cillian Sheridan fired Kenny Shiels’ side into an early lead and doubled their advantage on the half hour. Gary Mackay-Steven pulled United back into it in the second half but Paul Heffernan seemed to have put the game beyond their reach with his third goal in two games, before Jon Daly’s double salvaged a point for Peter Houston’s men.
East Stirling 2 – Rangers 6 (Scottish Third Division, November 17, 2012) Lee McCulloch put Rangers ahead with a penalty before Philipp Zufle was red-carded for a challenge on Kevin Kyle. Andrew Little volleyed in Rangers’ second but Kevin Turner pulled one back before half-time. Lee Wallace scored early in the second half countered by a Paul Quinn penalty. But Kyle, Kal Naismith and another McCulloch penalty secured the win.