Dundee drop behind Hamilton at the top of the Scottish Championship after Dougie Imrie's winner for relegated Morton.
Morton are relegated to League One as Alloa Athletic ease their own fears of the drop with victory at Recreation Park.
Dougie Imrie and Barrie McKay grab goals as Morton beat Livingston to stave off relegation for at least another week.
Barrie McKay scores a wonderful solo goal as Morton finally find some form to stave off relegation.
Fixtures, Results & Competitions
Gavin Reilly is on target as Queen of the South record a convincing win over Scottish Championship bottom side Morton.
Scottish Championship bottom side Greenock Morton slip 16 points behind Cowdenbeath with defeat at Central Park.
Mickael Antoine-Curier's late strike earns Hamilton victory in a seven-goal encounter with Greenock Morton.
Raith come from behind to defeat bottom-club Morton and further ease their relegation concerns.
Christian Nade scores his first goal for Dundee as the Scottish Championship leaders defeat Greenock Morton.
Barry Smith secures his first win as Alloa Athletic manager as Morton slip further adrift at the bottom of the league.
The Scottish Championship's bottom two sides draw at Cappielow as Greenock Morton fight back to hold Cowdenbeath.
Mark Millar's second-half penalty secures a draw for leaders Falkirk against bottom side Morton.
Rowan Vine joins Morton after the striker and defender Tim Clancy are released by Hibs.
Morton miss a great chance to boost their bid to avoid relegation as they are held by nine-man Queen of the South.
Celtic put four past Kilmarnock to extend their Scottish Premiership lead, while Hearts enjoy a 2-1 home win over St Mirren.
A Scottish Championship football match is abandoned after the death of a spectator.
A tragic incident in the crowd means Morton's home match against Queen of the South is abandoned after half-an-hour.
Championship bottom club Greenock Morton earn their first victory under manager Kenny Shiels against Livingston.
Morton's Garry O'Connor vows to put behind him the lifestyle that led to a conviction for possessing cocaine.
Former Hibernian striker Garry O'Connor describes Pat Fenlon as the worst manager he ever worked under.
Features & Analysis
Young goalkeepers from All Saints Primary School in Inverclyde face Greenock Morton penalty hero Dougie Imrie
With Morton seemingly destined for the drop, the Greenock club face some tough questions, says Rob Maclean
A rundown of the January 2014 transfer window movements in the Scottish Championship
Kenny Shiels says his farewells to former club Kilmarnock before taking the managerial reins at Morton
Allan Moore hopes Morton's League Cup quarter-final against St Johnstone can lift the Greenock gloom
A rundown of the summer 2013 transfer window movements in the Scottish Championship