You can watch the goals from this weekend's games in the Ladbrokes Premiership on the SPFL YouTube channel via the links below.

Breakfast with Santa | Returns to the Global Energy Stadium

Ross County 1-1 Raith Rovers Raith Rovers win 4-3 on penalties

A counter-attack by County saw Schalk try to play Gardyne through. The pass was misplaced, but Jackson Irvine regathered possession and he did find Gardyne. Fontaine's tackle only moved the ball away from Oxley, allowing Gardyne to prod the ball into the empty net.

On 23 March 2010 they defeated Scottish Premier League club Hibernian 2–1 in a Scottish Cup quarter-final replay at home at Victoria Park.[10] In the semi-final, they played Celtic on Saturday 10 April 2010. Described as the biggest match in their history,[citation needed] they won 2–0 at Hampden Park and reached the final of the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history.[11] More than 7,000 Ross County fans travelled to Glasgow to watch the game.

Yet in the final moments of the game, with Schalk and Gardyne having suffered from injuries, County found the means to win the final. The latter's break down the left saw Fontaine send his clearance straight to Schalk, who finished from close range to secure the first major trophy in County's history.

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Pat Bonner, Willie Miller, Michael Stewart and Steven Thompson say how they think this season's Scottish Premiership will go.

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Resident statto @splstats looks at the numbers behind the weekend games, with the focus on Aberdeen, Celtic, Morton, Livingston and Stirling Albion.

As Aberdeen falter, Ross County make further progress and Dundee United face relegation fight.

In November 2010 Derek Adams left to become Colin Calderwood's assistant at Hibernian.[4] Former Celtic player Willie McStay was appointed as his replacement in November 2010.[5] McStay's tenure was short – lasting only 9 games.[6] Jimmy Calderwood was then appointed until the end of the 2010–11 season.[7] In May 2011 it was announced that Derek Adams was to return as manager.[8]

In the 2010 Scottish Cup Final on 15 May 2010, County lost 0–3 to Dundee United at Hampden Park.[12] The match was watched by more than 17,000 Ross County fans.

Darren McGregor (Hibernian) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

Jackson Irvine (Ross County) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

The Club's nickname is the Staggies, taken from their badge which is a Caberfeidh, or Stag’s Head. This in turn was taken from the regimental badge of the Seaforth Highlanders, the regiment in which many locals had fought and died during the Great War.

Rob Maclean highlights the value of Tommy Wright, Mark O'Hara, Jamie MacDonald and Liam Boyce, and the buzz around Alloa.

Hibernian and Ross County may differ in size and history but they share the same Hampden ambitions, writes Richard Wilson.

Reports that Joey Barton will not return to Rangers on Monday as Scotland players react to their Lithuania draw.

However, it was the defender's poor clearance that allowed Schalk to score the winning goal at the death.

BBC Scotland gives a rundown of the arrivals and departures during January in the Scottish Premiership.

At the beginning of season 1994–95 the Scottish League underwent changes in its structure, and, following a vote on 11 January 1994, County were allocated one of the two vacancies in the new 10-club Division Three. County gathered 57 votes, while the proposed merger to form Inverness Caledonian Thistle amassed 68.

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Two years later County again reached the final of the Scottish Challenge Cup. They played Airdrie United at McDiarmid Park. Unlike two years previously, County lost in a penalty shootout where four penalties were missed. Ross County also reached the Challenge Cup final on April 2011 in which they beat Queen Of The South 2–0.

Ross County won their first ever nationwide trophy when they won the Scottish Challenge Cup in November 2006 on penalties with Jason Crooks scoring the deciding spot kick on his competitive debut.[9]

Managers of Ross County have included Neale Cooper and Alex Smith and they have had players such as Mark Hateley, John Hewitt, Brian Irvine and former Celtic player David Hannah.

Plymouth boss Derek Adams reckons English League Two sides could hold their own in Scotland's top flight.

In our latest instalment of Talking Kit, Neil Sargent looks back almost 20 years to Kilmarnock’s impressive 1997/98 campaign.

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In this week’s Magic Numbers, we take a look at number 11s who have wowed us with individual moments of brilliance over the past few years.

Ricky Foster speaks candidly about the abuse he has received online and in person from some Aberdeen and Rangers fans.

RIGHT NOW, the SPFL Trust and clubs are working with Scotland’s mental health charity SAMH on a project about Scottish football supporters, particularly men.

Falkirk boss Peter Houston has been voted Ladbrokes Championship Manager of the Month for September. Houston guided...

Marcus Fraser (Ross County) wins a free kick on the right wing.

Ross County

Ross County's mascot, due to their affiliation with the stag crest of the Seaforth Highlanders, is a stag named Rosco, a play on the club's name.

Jim McIntyre begins his second year in charge of Ross County with the Staggies in the top six.

Michael Gardyne (Ross County) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

Michael Gardyne (Ross County) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

On 13 March 2016, Ross County won their first ever major trophy when they beat Hibernian 2–1 in the final of the 2015–16 Scottish League Cup.[14][15]

The Ladbrokes Premiership Lanarkshire derby at the SuperSeal Stadium on Hogmanay will now kick off at 1.00pm at the request of the clubs.