Date: 12th April 2015 at 7:58pm
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HendersonLiam Henderson played a cameo role in Rosenborg’s 6-0 win away to Haugesund.

The on loan midfielder replaced Riki Riski in the 77th minute with the score at 4-0 as Kare Ingebrigsten’s team maintained their 100% start to the season.

Fellow substitutes Tom Mallec and Jordan Skjelvik completed the scoring with Rosenborg at home to Stromsgodset on Saturday.

In Israel Amido Balde is still waiting for his first goal in Hapoel Tel Aviv colours after watching yesterday’s 1-0 win over Hapoel Haifa from the bench.

Closer to home Dylan McGeouch returned from injury to help Hibs to a well deserved 2-0 win over Hearts at Easter Road.

After a run of three successive defeats Alan Stubbs side have recorded back-to-back wins and can look forward to their remaining fixtures- against Alloa, Livingston and Falkirk- with confidence as they prepare for the play-off’s as well as a Scottish Cup semi-final against Falkirk.

After the win Stubbs said: “A lot of people forget this is a young team having to play with the expectations of a big club and that can be difficult at times. With this group of players, they are only going to get better. I think we’re in a good place.”

In the same division Stuart Findlay was in the Dumbarton side that lost 3-0 away to Alloa with Kevin Cawley and Greig Spence among the scorers for Danny Lennon’s new club

Down in League One Paul McMullan put Stenhousemuir 2-0 up at Morton but three goals in the last 15 minutes left the visitors sitting in the relegation play-off position.

In the bottom division Luke Donnelly was substituted after an hour of East Stirling’s home defeat from Montrose while Jordan Hart was on the bench as Annan lost 2-0 to Queens Park at Hampden.