JACK SANDERS was the unlikely hero as the defender scored two goals in stoppage time to seal Kilmarnock's place in the semi-final of the SPFL Trust Trophy. 

Andy Ryan dispatched a penalty on the 85th minute in Lanarkshire as Hamilton looked to have secured their place in the last four of the competition. 

However, Sanders popped up with two late goals to ensure Tommy Wright's men progressed to the next round, completing a crazy few minutes as the FOY Stadium.

Daniel Armstrong had Killie in the lead early in the second half, but David Moyo equalised in the all Championship clash before the late drama unfolded. 

Elsewhere in the Challenge Cup, Rangers B exited the tournament as they fell to defeat at the hands of League One high-flyers Cove Rangers. 

The Aberdeenshire side ran riot at Balmoral, eventually running out 5-1 winners. 

Robbie Fraser pulled a goal back for the Ibrox youngsters after Fraser Fyvie and Mitch Megginson gave the home team an early lead. 

However, further strikes from Jamie Masson, Harry Milne and Leighton McIntosh sealed the deserved victory for Cove as they taught David McCallum's side a tough lesson.

In the final game of the night, Raith Rovers prevailed on penalties against Inverness after a 0-0 stalemate during the 90-minutes. 

Shane Sutherland saw his sudden death spot-kick saved by Robbie Thomson. 

The final quarter-final take place tomorrow evening between Queen of the South and Morton.