Liam Boyce scored a first-half double as Ross County moved into the top six of the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership with a 3-2 win over Inverness.Boyce ensured County’s Highland rivals ended the year on the bottom of the standings after he netted either side of Carl Tremarco’s 28th-minute header for Inverness.Martin Woods extended the hosts’ lead
Partick Thistle missed the chance to seal a top-six place before the winter break as they were held to a frustrating goalless draw against Kilmarnock.Kris Doolan had two goals disallowed for offside on the day he made his 300th appearance for the home side, while he was also denied by a stunning save from Killie
Dundee headed into 2017 on a high thanks to a comfortable 3-0 Tayside derby win over St Johnstone in the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership at Dens Park.First-half goals from Faissal EL-Bakhtaoui and Kostadin Gadzhalov before an own goal from Saints captain Steven Anderson ensured St Johnstone’s five-game unbeaten run came crashing to an end.Skipper Darren O’Dea
Louis Moult headed a last-gasp equaliser to earn 10-man Motherwell a 1-1 Lanarkshire derby draw at the SuperSeal Stadium.Motherwell were on top in the early stages but Lee Lucas was sent off for a two-footed tackle on Massimo Donati in the 27th minute.Hamilton made their advantage count in the 54th minute when Alex D’Acol headed
Scott Sinclair handed Celtic their first win at Ibrox in almost six years as Brendan Rodgers’ men claimed a 2-1 triumph over Rangers. Kenny Miller’s early opener gave the hosts hope but Celtic soon established their dominance after Moussa Dembele netted his 19th goal of the season — and his fifth against the Light Blues.