Cathedral of dreams the Cheaper Insurance Direct stadium most certainly is not, particularly with blustery rain drifting almost continually across the bleak scene. But when Dumbarton won their first – and last – corner in the 88th minute there remained the possibility they might spring a major…
ALAN Stubbs does not like looking back. There is no succour there but, more importantly, he has no sphere of influence there.
THERE simply aren’t enough occasions, quite frankly, when you get to mention Juventus and Morton in the same breath. Where exactly am I going with this? Apologies if you thought it might be my assertion that Andy Ritchie was good enough to have played for Juve. Sorry, too, if you wondered whether…
• Scott Fraser earns some Cup relief for Tangerines • Jordan Roberts’ guile earns Caley quarter-final place A late strike from substitute Scott Fraser sealed Dundee United ’s place in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Partick at Tannadice. Mixu Paatelainen’s bottom-of-the-table side…
A Stefan McCluskey hat-trick helped Morton book their place in tomorrow’s quarter-final draw as Annan failed to repeat the heroics that saw them shock Hamilton.
Bottom side East Stirlingshire come back twice to draw with relegation rivals Berwick Rangers in League Two.
Stevie Mallan's winner against Queen of the South lifts St Mirren into seventh place in the Championship.
THE St Mirren revival under manager Alex Rae continued when a first-half Stevie Mallan wonder strike was enough to give the Paisley side back-to-back home wins, move up to seventh place in the Championship and remarkably within four points of a play-off berth.