Two second-half goals from Martin Boyle and Florian Kamberi saw Hibernian breeze past Aberdeen and boost their European credentials in front of a bumper Easter Road crowd. Report by Gregor Kerr.
The 22-year-old endured a difficult few months at Nottingham Forest following his transfer from Hibs last summer, but a surprise return to Scottish football in the shape of a loan-move to Rangers presents the Scottish international with an opportunity for regular game-time, and the chance to rediscover his goal-scoring form. By Grant Barnes
Hibs return to Scottish Premiership action this weekend as they host St Johnstone. The Easter Road side have won their last four matches and will be looking to extend it to a fifth on Saturday. Featuring interviews from manager Neil Lennon and full-back Lewis Stevenson, The FRU’s David Ronney previews the upcoming fixture.
With only two points separating the sides at the top of the Scottish Women’s Premier League, Hibernian welcome holding champions, Glasgow City to the capital. A win for the side from Edinburgh would see them go top of the league with only a game against Spartans to go. The FRU’s David Ronney went along to their training session ahead of Sunday’s fixture.
As Edinburgh prepares to welcome the first top-flight derby clash since 2014, both sides go into Tuesday’s clash rightfully confident of a win. With Hearts somewhat revived, yet inconsistent under new manager Craig Levein, and Hibs scoring goals, but failing to keep them out at the other end, picking a winner is a 50/50 decision. Here’s the Hibs view, by Gregor Kerr.
Neil Lennon discusses why he decided to join Hibs in an exclusive interview from March this year. By David Ronney