A thing of aesthetic loveliness it certainly was not. Forget the Champions League and all its glitz and glamour, this was Scottish Cup football in its rawest form – and it was tremendous entertainment.
Dunfermline book their place in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup after beating fellow League One high-flyers Ayr.
Kilmarnock boss Gary Locke has backed fit-again striker Dale Carrick to shine for the Ayrshire club.
Ayr United may have to concede defeat to Court of the Lord Lyon over the use of their club badge but they made it 14 games without defeat by seeing off
Airdrie 3-0 at Somerset Park on Saturday.
League leaders Ayr continue their dominance in Scottish League One as they comprehensively beat 10-man Airdrie.
Up to 25 Scottish club badges may break heraldic rules a lawyer warns, as Ayr United follow Airdrie in seeking a new design.
A football club has been threatened with legal action after being told that their badge breaks ancient heraldic law.
Dunfermline stay on the tails of League One leaders Ayr with victory at Airdrie.