Aberdeen 4-2 Hamilton | Five First Half Goals as Dons Move to 3rd | SPFL

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Aberdeen blew Hamilton away with 4 first half strikes courtesy of a Tommie Hoban opener followed by a sensational Lewis Ferguson strike and a double from Ryan Edmondson. Subscribe to the SPFL YouTube here!: http://goo.gl/jq3jXN Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/spflofficial Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/spfl & https://twitter.com/spflnews SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP CONTENT AVAILABILITY INFORMATION – GOALS FROM SATURDAY’S MATCHES WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE UK & IRELAND FROM 6PM ON SUNDAY. GOALS FROM ALL OTHER MATCHDAYS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO VIEW WORLDWIDE FROM MIDNIGHT AFTER THE MATCH. The SPFL is the leading sporting competition in Scotland, covering the top 42 football teams in the country. Subscribe to the official SPFL YouTube channel to make sure you catch all the best bits from Scottish league football. Scottish football is famous for passionate and exciting matches featuring top teams like Celtic, Rangers, Aberdeen, Hearts, Hibs and Dundee United. The top league is called the Scottish Premiership. Below the top level, there are a further three leagues — the Scottish Championship, Scottish League 1 and Scottish League 2.

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