Real Scottish People's League Week 15
Motherwell continued their excellent unbeaten away form with a 2-1 victory against Aberdeen today, ending the last unbeaten home record in the Real SPL. Yet another victory on their travels keeps the Steelmen's lead at the top of the division at 10 points as their charge to the first-ever RSPL title continues almost unchallenged.
St Mirren head the chasing pack thanks to a 2-1 home win over Dunfermline moving them clear in second place, ensuring that Motherwell didn't extend their lead at the top.
Temporary Hibs boss Billy Brown oversaw a 1-1 draw at home in his first game in charge. Kilmarnock took the lead but the Easter Road side didn't roll over and fought their way back into the game, which will give their supporters some hope of an improvement - and improve the chances of Brown becoming full-time gaffer. Another positive for Hibees will be the sight of the table, as they have rocketed off the bottom and now sit seventh.
Dundee Utd moved up to third place in the RSPL courtesy of a 1-0 victory over Hearts, who were put up for sale this week my insane owner Vladimir Romanov. Who knows what next for the RSPL's comedy club?
Week 15 Results:
Saturday November 19th, 2011
Aberdeen 1-2 Motherwell
Dundee Utd 1-0 Hearts
Hibernian 1-1 Kilmarnock
St Mirren 2-1 Dunfermline
Week 15 Table: