Dunfermline set-up a lucrative Scottish Cup fifth-round tie with Rangers after defeating a stubborn Ayr United side 1-0 last night.
THERE was quality in the finishes that delivered Rangers' two goals, but otherwise this was a dogged performance.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes.
ONE of the few downsides of winning promotion to the top division is that, on nights like these, you become an even bigger scalp for a lower-league team out to make a name for themselves.
HIS record in cup football has been the only failing in Alan Archibald's hugely successful start to his managerial career.
MICHAEL Moffat hit a second-half double as Ayr United avoided a potential cup shock after trailing at the interval to Inverness Clachnacuddin.
There was, in this thumping win, a measure of revenge for St Mirren.