Rangers held, 'Well into Champions League
Rangers' final game at Ibrox this season ended in stalemate as they were held to a goalless draw by Motherwell in the Scottish Premier League. The club had dedicated the match to the fans - with the number 12 jersey to be retired from next season in honour of the support - but the Light Blues faithful left without the win they craved.
As well as taking a point from this clash, third-placed Motherwell also claim the UEFA Champions League spot which has been denied to administration-hit Rangers next term. Rangers had the best of the chances early on but they failed to convert their superior possession into a goal before the break.
The Glasgow giants should have opened the scoring when Sone Aluko's corner was met by Carlos Bocanegra but Andy Little inadvertently blocked the header from finding the back of the net. Maurice Edu pounced on the rebound but goalkeeper Darren Randolph was up to the task again with another fine save as the match finished goalless.
Jamie Masson and Dean Shiels exchanged goals in either half as Kilmarnock and Aberdeen drew 1-1 at Rugby Park. Masson netted on the half-hour, applying the finishing touch to a cross from Josh Magennis, with the latter also hitting the post before the break.
Shiels then equalised eight minutes into the second half, scoring with a diagonal finish following a pacy counter-attack and pass from William Gros. Aberdeen piled on the pressure in the closing moments and forced home goalkeeper Cammy Bell into an important save from Ryan Jack, but the teams had to settle for a share of the points.
Richie Foran's header five minutes from time earned Inverness a 1-0 victory over St Mirren in Paisley. The Inverness captain rose to head home Greg Tansey's free-kick to ensure the visitors left St Mirren Park with all three points.
Chances were limited throughout the match but Saints had gone closest during the first half - Ryan Esson producing wonderful stops from Jeroen Tesselaar and Steven Thompson. St Mirren's final home match of the season also marked Hugh Murray's final appearance at St Mirren Park after 16 years' service.