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Queens brought the curtain down on a
memorable season in division two at relegated Albion Rovers as star
striker Nicky Clark equalled an 81-year-old club scoring record.Read
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has admitted he would love to sign Queen of the South’s “fantastic” top scorer Nicky Clark.Read
Queen of the South boss Allan Johnston has been named as Scottish manager of the year.Read
It may only have been an equaliser but the roar told you it meant so much more.Read
Nicky Clark grabbed his second hat-trick of the season to keep Queens on course for a new points record for the second division.Read
Allan Johnston has urged many of his
Queen of the South players to ignore offers from elsewhere and buy into
his “big plans” for the Dumfries club.Read
It may have been a double winning
campaign for Queens but the club got some of their best news of the
season after beating Stranraer 2-0 on Saturday.Read
Goalkeeper Lee Robinson was the hero as Queens earned their first ever league and cup double.Read
Queens will be the first club to lift a league title in Britain this season if they beat Brechin City tonight.Read
Former Motherwell defender Marc
Fitzpatrick played for just over an hour as a trialist for Queen of the
South in their draw at Arbroath at the weekend. Read
Nicky Clark scored his 30th goal of the season with almost the last kick of the game to rescue a point for Queens at Arbroath.Read
Derek Lyle was the hero for Queens on Saturday as he scored what proved to be the winner against Ayr United.Read
The chant “we’ll score when we want” is often heard on the terraces at football matches but it would have been quite fitting as Queens beat East Fife on Saturday.Read
Queen of the South extended their unbeaten run to 11 games with a 3-0 victory over strugglers Albion Rovers on Saturday.Read
Queens rediscovered their goal-scoring form by hammering Stranraer 5-0 at Stair Park on Saturday.Read
Queens manager Allan Johnston praised his battle-weary troops after another hard-fought win in division two.Read
Queens have taken a leaf out of Manchester United’s book as they march towards the division two title.Read
Queens forward Derek Lyle thinks the current squad would do better than just make up the numbers in the first division.Read
Queens manager Allan Johnston has ruled himself out of the vacant Partick Thistle job, saying his side are on the up.Read
Queens failed to score at home for the first time in the league this season as Alloa snuffed out their attack for the second time in seven weeks.Read
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