Take a look at the highlights from a big weekend in the Scottish Cup and the Scottish Premiership.
A teenage football fan has been sentenced to five months at a Young Offenders Institute for letting off a smoke bomb during a match in Scotland.
Hamilton have confirmed the signing of French striker Oumar Diaby.
Carlton Morris' second-half goal gave Hamilton a narrow 1-0 win over relegation rivals Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Martin Canning has let defender Jesus Garcia Tena off with a warning despite criticising his red card against Hearts.
Hamilton Accies say they will not make their ground available for the Scottish Cup tie between Celtic and East Kilbride.
All four senior Scottish Leagues will kick off on August 6 this year, the SPFL has confirmed.
Hamilton and Hearts both finished the game with 10 men as they played out a 0-0 draw at New Douglas Park.
Watch the best of the action from the weekend's Scottish Premiership games with analysis from Neil McCann.
Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson had no complaints about Igor Rossi's red card in their 0-0 draw at Hamilton.
Martin Canning has revealed he has been flooded with messages of support from sympathetic bosses since Hamilton's Parkhead nightmare.
Hamilton manager Martin Canning says survival in the Scottish Premiership is the main target for his side this season.
Hamilton chairman Les Gray has issued a statement giving his full support to player-manager Martin Canning.
Celtic moved six points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership with a resounding 8-1 victory over Hamilton Accies.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila praised his team's appetite and aptitude after the 8-1 thrashing of Hamilton.
Hearts are within three points of second place in the Scottish Premiership after hammering Motherwell 6-0, as Dundee and Kilmarnock also won.
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The Scottish Premiership game between St Johnstone and Hamilton will go ahead following a pitch inspection.
Rabin Omar scored a brace as Annan beat Hamilton 4-1 to progress to the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Hamilton boss Martin Canning has vowed to remain in the job despite seeing his side beaten by Annan in the Scottish Cup.