We look at how teams are shaping up for the new Scottish football season, which starts on Saturday.
Rangers go to Ayr in the second round of the Petrofac Training Cup while holders Livingston visit Queen of the South.
New Zealand international midfielder Cameron Howieson has joined St Mirren on a one-year deal.
Burnley defender Luke Conlan has agreed to join Scottish Championship side St Mirren on a season-long loan.
Hearts owner Ann Budge has had her bid to be elected onto the SPFL board rejected at the body’s AGM.
A round up of Saturday's pre-season friendly matches involving Motherwell, Dundee, Hearts, St Mirren, Hibs and Aberdeen.
Celtic winger Paul McMullan joins St Mirren on loan for new season as part of a ground rental deal between the clubs.
Midfielder Stuart Carswell has joined St Mirren on a one-year deal after leaving Motherwell.
Rangers will face Scottish Championship rivals Hibernian in the first round of the Petrofac Training Cup.
Steven Thompson has extended his stay at St Mirren after signing a new one-year contract with the Paisley club.
Ian Murray has appointed Mark Spalding, who was his deputy at Dumbarton, to the role of assistant manager at St Mirren.
Alan Gow admits it will be difficult for St Mirren to achieve immediate promotion back to the Scottish Premiership.
Midfielder Alan Gow will stay at St Mirren until the end of the 2015/16 season after signing a new deal with the club.
St Mirren midfielder John McGinn has instigated legal action over a training ground prank, according to the club's chairman.
Ali Crawford's late goal earned Hamilton Academical a 1-0 win over St Mirren, who failed to inspire new manager Ian Murray.
Gary Teale was critical of the timing of St Mirren's appointment of Ian Murray as manager after his side's 1-0 defeat at Hamilton.
Dumbarton have confirmed manager Ian Murray has been appointed as the new manager of St Mirren.
St Mirren beat Motherwell 2-1 in Paisley to condemn the visitors to an end-of-season play-off.
Ian Baraclough believes Scott McDonald should have his red card rescinded, rather than face a three-game ban.
St Mirren are searching for a new manager in the wake of their relegation from the Scottish Premiership.