CELTIC were kings of Hampden last Sunday afternoon when they won the Scottish Cup final, but the National Stadium hasn't always been a happy hunting ground for the Hoops...

FRANK (Castlemilk) – In season 1994/95 when Celtic utilised Hampden Park for their home fixtures during the upgrading of Celtic Park, did their home results show any significant difference?

Celtic's home league results at Hampden fell well below what would have been expected.

They won only 26 points out of a possible 54, winning only six games and drawing eight out of the 18 home fixtures.

They did give their fans some solace by beating Rangers 3-0 in the final game.

FRANK BURNS (Clarkston) – Who captained Rangers in the European Cup 2-0 second-leg victory against Rapid Vienna in 1964? I had noticed Bobby Shearer was not on the teamsheet and wondered who would have took the captain's armband.

The captain that night was Jim Baxter as Shearer was injured.

Baxter was also captain of the side in their last game prior to the European tie, a 2-1 victory over Celtic in the League Cup final.

Against Rapid, Baxter suffered a broken leg that overshadowed one of Rangers' greatest-ever victories in Europe.

PETER (Leith) – After watching Sunday's Scottish Cup final between Hibs and Celtic, I found out that the Easter Road side's only triumph in the competition came in 1902 against the Hoops. The final was played at Parkhead, which surely gave Celtic home advantage. Why did this happen?

The final was scheduled to be played at Ibrox Park on April 26, 1902, as the new Hampden Park was under construction.

Sadly, three weeks before the final, a section of the newly constructed West terracing at Ibrox collapsed at the beginning of the Scotland v England game and 25 people fell to their deaths.

The attendance at Celtic Park was reduced to 16,000 for safety purposes. Hibs won 1-0 thanks to a goal from Andy McGeechan.

JIM (Mosspark) – Can you give me details of the Centenary Junior Cup final?

The final was played at Hampden Park on Sunday, May 18, 1986, between Pollok and Auchinleck Talbot.

Pollok took an early lead through McCarthy and went two up when right-back Marshall fired home.

Then two goals in two minutes from O'Donnell and MacDonald brought Auchinleck level after only 20 minutes played.

MacDonald got his second goal on the half-hour mark to make it 3-2 for Talbot.

The almost 8,000 crowd expected more goals but they never came and Auchinleck went on to lift the cup.