Hibs went into Saturday's game against what could be considered their bogey team, Falkirk (Hibs had not beaten Falkirk in four attempts prior to their win on Saturday), in pole position for second place.
The previous weekends victory against Alloa had left Hibs in a position where they could afford to lose, so long as Rangers didn't win at Tynecastle. Hibernian's superior goal difference effectively giving them a two point advantage over the Glasgow side. A draw would only be enough for Rangers
I've ruffled a few feathers with my blog so it's been taken down for a second time. The first time a user thought he would use my mental health against me, the second time a poster I know well had another pop at me.
My intention was to share my experiences and try and improve NHS services which in Northern Ireland and the south of Scotland are a shambles. No offence, hurt or extremity was meant by this and to any readers who felt that way I sincerely apologise.
Updated 08-12-2014 at 09:33 PM by Stranraer_Hibee
Didn't expect so many .netters to log on to it, thank you to most of you that did :)
I do not however wish to become more unpopular on this site than I already am so you'll need to google search for it. McIntosh will be most pleased I'm sure.
Updated 02-11-2014 at 08:48 PM by Stranraer_Hibee
In a weeks time if there is a No vote in the Scottish referendum I hope fellow republicans will turn attention towards the possibility of a border poll in Ireland come 2016.
I've been getting Seroquel proscribed for insomnia without being warned of the dangers this drug can bring. I'm pretty sure GP surgeries are supposed to provide leaflets with medication to warn of possible side-effects that drugs can have. When I asked for the leaflets I was originally told no but after kicking up a fuss I was given the leaflets and warned not to lose them. I get my medication like a 90 year old does - in a box separated morning / afternoon / night. I wonder how many sleepless nights