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Saturday, 13 May 2006

  • 15:00 Scottish CupHearts 1-1 Gretna

Sunday, 07 May 2006

  • 14:00 Scots PremRangers 2-0 Hearts

Wednesday, 03 May 2006

  • 19:45 Scots PremHearts 1-0 Aberdeen

Sunday, 30 April 2006

  • 14:00 Scots PremHearts 3-0 Celtic

Saturday, 22 April 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremHibernian 2-1 Hearts

Saturday, 15 April 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 2-0 Kilmarnock

Saturday, 08 April 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 4-0 Dunf'mline

Wednesday, 05 April 2006

  • 19:45 Scots PremCeltic 1-0 Hearts

Sunday, 02 April 2006

  • 12:15 Scottish CupHibernian 0-4 Hearts

Saturday, 25 March 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremFalkirk 1-2 Hearts

Sunday, 19 March 2006

  • 12:30 Scots PremHearts 1-1 Rangers

Saturday, 11 March 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremInverness 0-0 Hearts

Sunday, 05 March 2006

  • 14:00 Scots PremLivingston 2-3 Hearts

Saturday, 25 February 2006

  • 12:15 Scottish CupHearts 2-1 Partick

Saturday, 18 February 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 3-0 Motherwell

Saturday, 11 February 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 1-2 Aberdeen

Tuesday, 07 February 2006

  • 19:45 Scots PremDundee U 1-1 Hearts

Saturday, 04 February 2006

  • 15:00 Scottish CupHearts 3-0 Aberdeen

Saturday, 28 January 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 4-1 Hibernian

Saturday, 21 January 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremKilmarnock 1-0 Hearts

Saturday, 14 January 2006

  • 15:00 Scots PremDunf'mline 1-4 Hearts

Saturday, 07 January 2006

  • 15:00 Scottish CupHearts 2-1 Kilmarnock

Sunday, 01 January 2006

  • 14:00 Scots PremHearts 2-3 Celtic

Monday, 26 December 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 5-0 Falkirk

Saturday, 17 December 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremRangers 1-0 Hearts

Saturday, 10 December 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 0-0 Inverness

Saturday, 03 December 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 2-1 Livingston

Saturday, 26 November 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremMotherwell 1-1 Hearts

Sunday, 20 November 2005

  • 14:00 Scots PremAberdeen 1-1 Hearts

Saturday, 05 November 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 3-0 Dundee U

Saturday, 29 October 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremHibernian 2-0 Hearts

Wednesday, 26 October 2005

  • 19:45 Scots PremHearts 1-0 Kilmarnock

Saturday, 22 October 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 2-0 Dunf'mline

Saturday, 15 October 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremCeltic 1-1 Hearts

Sunday, 02 October 2005

  • 14:00 Scots PremFalkirk 2-2 Hearts

Saturday, 24 September 2005

  • 12:30 Scots PremHearts 1-0 Rangers

Wednesday, 21 September 2005

  • 19:45 Scot League CupLivingston 1-0 Hearts

Saturday, 17 September 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremInverness 0-1 Hearts

Sunday, 11 September 2005

  • 14:00 Scots PremLivingston 1-4 Hearts

Saturday, 27 August 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 2-1 Motherwell

Tuesday, 23 August 2005

  • 19:45 Scot League CupQueen's Pk 0-2 Hearts

Saturday, 20 August 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremHearts 2-0 Aberdeen

Sunday, 14 August 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremDundee U 0-3 Hearts

Sunday, 07 August 2005

  • 14:00 Scots PremHearts 4-0 Hibernian

Saturday, 30 July 2005

  • 15:00 Scots PremKilmarnock 2-4 Hearts

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