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Stunning winner puts Buddies on the verge of safety

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Published on May 3, 2014

St Mirren are all-but safe from the Scottish Premiership relegation playoff after Gregg Wylde's late goal gave them a 1-0 win over Ross County at St Mirren Park. County remain in deep trouble with just two games remaining but Danny Lennon can breathe easier knowing that they will almost certainly be playing top-flight football next year.

St Mirren v Ross County | 03/05/2014 ko 15:00:00




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