St Mirren's Paisley Panda tries to trip Rangers' Broxi Bear at the start of the 2018 SPFL Mascot Race
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VIDEO: St Mirren’s Paisley Panda tries to trip Rangers’ Broxi Bear at start of SPFL Mascot Race

Queen of the South's Dougie the Doonhamer wins for second year running.



St Mirren’s Paisley Panda tried to trip Broxi Bear of Rangers at the start of the Scottish Professional Football League’s Mascot Race.

The runners had been training hard:



— Kingsley (@ThistleMascot) August 31, 2018

But the 100m dash at Hamilton Park was ultimately won by last year’s winner Dougie The Doonhamer, a Border Collie representing Queen of the South.

Stenhousemuir’s Wally the Warrior and Celtic’s Hoopy the Huddle Hound took 2nd and 3rd place.

The SPFL Mascots are in the Parade Ring! pic.twitter.com/kC4NbhPpRh

— Hamilton Park (@HamiltonParkRC) August 31, 2018

It could all have turned out differently had bookies’ favourite and 2016 champion Cappie the Cat, of Greenock Morton, not dropped out of the race soon before it began.

Congratulations to Dougie the Doonhamer! Can he make it three in a row in next year’s race?


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Here's all the drama from Hamilton Park Racecourse… pic.twitter.com/wmoXpjKAYy

— Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) September 3, 2018