Glasgow Sports Division won the Scottish Cup for the first time when they beat Edinburgh Burger Kings 77-60 at Meadowbank Sports Centre, yesterday.

It was an overdue success for coach Micky McKechnie, whose team have had injury problems.

Two of his side postponed operations to play and will go under the surgeon's knife this week.

Alan Kiddie was able to coast through the second-half as point guard Tony McDaid took control against a strangely subdued Edinburgh who kept picking up fouls.

McDaid went frequently to the free throw line to punish the Kings and ended with 19 points, while Brownlie, whose offensive rebounding was also a big factor, added 17.

Edinburgh coach Toni Szifris, whose side were in sight of a cup and league double, put a brave face on things: ''Our time will come,'' he said. ''We have a young team and I'd have settled for runners-up in both cup and league at the start of the season.''

However, with three league wins over the West side to his credit, Szifris must have been disappointed at his team's display, only Gordon Smith, with 18 points, showing up.

Glasgow, the holders, had endured heartache on Saturday night when they led until two minutes to go of the under-23 cup final only for Dunfermline to win 62-61. But it was a superb final, matched only by the junior final, which Dunfermline also won the dying seconds. Results:

Senior men: Glasgow Sports Division 77, Edinburgh Burger Kings 60. Under-23: Dunfermline 62, Glasgow Sports Division 61. Senior women: Polonia Phoenix 46, Dalkeith Saints 41.

President's Cup. Men : Dunfermline 73, Falkirk Fury 56. Women: City of Glasgow 68, Pentland Star 62.

Junior men: Dunfermline 75, Edinburgh Burger Kings 73. Junior women: Edinburgh Kool Kats 68, Musselburgh 60. Cadet: Edinburgh Burger Kings 95, Denny Knights 56