Morton suffered defeat at Cappielow just one game short of a calendar year, and at the same time had their slender hopes of mounting a title challenge on leaders Hibs brought to a halt.
Dundee United showed the kind of resolution and defensive toughness that’s been largely absent from their play in 2017 to capture the club’s first ever Challenge Cup title, eventually bettering St Mirren after surviving a dominant first-half performance from the Championship’s bottom side.
Ayr United came from behind with goals on either side of the interval to draw level on points with Dumbarton in the battle for Championship safety.
Substitute James Keatings came up with a stunning winner two mintes into added on time as Hibs dumped Falkirk to stretch their lead at the top of the Championship table to ten points.
Second-bottom Ayr United move level with Dumbarton and four points clear of St Mirren with victory over the Sons in the Championship.
Raith Rovers and Queen of the South draw, maintaining the three-point gap between the sides in the Championship.
Greenock Morton's promotion hopes are dented as Dunfermline Athletic win at Cappielow in the Scottish Championship.
James Keatings' stoppage-time stunner sends Hibernian 10 points clear at the Scottish Championship summit.