Three football fans have been slapped with banning orders following crowd disorder at a Scottish Premiership match.

Officers arrested and charged the trio after incidents recorded during Celtic’s 1-0 win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park in February.

Two of the men, aged 26 and 29, received eight-month banning orders, while a third, also aged 26, was handed the same sentence and an additional £500 fine at Kilmarnock sheriff court.

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Supporters handed banning orders are barred from attending any matches in the UK and may also be required to surrender their passports to police before their clubs take part in matches overseas.

Former Killie boss Steve Clarke called on the authorities to deal with spectator trouble following the game after several Celtic fans encroached the pitch to celebrate Scott Brown’s stoppage time winner, while Kilmarnock forward Kris Boyd was targeted by a coin thrown from the stands.

Superintendent Joe McKerns said:  "I believe this to be a good result and hopefully a deterrent for those whose intention is to cause disruption at regulated Football Fixtures within Scotland.”

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“Police Scotland will not tolerate such behaviour during football fixtures and todays results highlight that we will work closely with partners to bring those responsible to justice.”

He added: “I would like to reiterate the dangers that this could have caused on the day and I encourage the small minority to think of their own safety and that of those around them"