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Dunfermline hit back to hold Hibs

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Dunfermline held Scottish Championship leaders Hibernian to their third straight league draw in an entertaining 2-2 contest at Easter Road.

Martin Boyle gave Hibs a sixth-minute lead, slotting in Jason Cummings' pinpoint cross from the left at the back post.

Boyle was involved in the hosts' second goal, which came on 24 minutes after he was felled in the box. Cummings sent Sean Murdoch the wrong way from the resulting penalty for his 15th goal of the season.

Dunfermline pulled one back two minutes...

Queen of the South 2-1 Raith Rovers

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Queen of the South kept their slim play-off hopes alive with a 2-1 win against John Hughes' Raith Rovers, who remain without a win in 16 games in all competitions.

Captain John Rankin got the Doonhamers off to the perfect start with a seventh-minute opener from the edge of the area following good work from Stephen Dobbie and Derek Lyle.

The home side doubled their lead in the 26th minute when Dominic Thomas' corner was headed across the face of the goal for Lyle to turn in from close range, but Jean-Yves...

Lee Kilday's goal enough for Morton to beat Raith

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Lee Kilday scored the only goal as Morton inflicted a sixth straight defeat on Raith to move up to third in the Ladbrokes Championship.

Morton goalkeeper Derek Gaston made a triple save to keep Raith out while Thomas O'Ware headed narrowly over at the other end in a goalless first half.

The visitors made the breakthrough in the 53rd minute when defender Kilday headed home Michael Tidser's free-kick.

Lawrence Shankland put a glorious chance wide from close range as Morton pushed for a second, but one...

Thomas Mikkelsen double helps Dundee United see off Raith

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Thomas Mikkelsen scored twice as Dundee United extended their unbeaten run to three games in the Ladbrokes Championship with a 3-0 win over Raith.

It keeps the Terrors comfortably in second place, but still six points adrift of leaders Hibernian.

United went ahead on the stroke of half-time when Scott Fraser's free-kick was turned away by Raith goalkeeper Conor Brennan before Paul Dixon crossed back into the box for Mikkelsen to head home his first goal for the club.

And Dixon was again at the heart...

Ross Forbes and Gary Oliver bag a brace each as Morton ease past Ayr

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Ross Forbes and Gary Oliver both scored twice as Morton beat Ayr 4-1 to move within three points of second-place Dundee United.

Morton opened the scoring in the 11th minute when Forbes curled the ball home from 20 yards, and the same player doubled the visitors' advantage eight minutes later.

The Ton found themselves 3-0 up just after the half-hour mark when Oliver sent a low strike past Ayr goalkeeper Greg Fleming.

The hosts pulled one back through Jamie Adams in the 36th minute before Oliver added...