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- McKay nets twice as Inverness come from behind to beat Hamilton
- Graham penalty secures Saints draw at Dundee
- Christie goal gives Thistle win over St Mirren
- Comfortable win for bottom side County against Killie
- Hearts, Rangers & Hibs ahead in Championship
Congratulations to Bo'ness and Stirling for making it through to the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Bo'ness United 5-4 Elgin City
Stirling Albion 2-2 Hurlford (aet, 13-12 on penalties)
Albion progress to meet Raith Rovers at Forthbank Stadium in the next round.
Jamie Wilson's penalty is turned round the post and Steven Doris nets the next spot-kick to send Stirling Albion through to the fourth round.
It's 6-6 on penalties after seven spot-kicks each.
It ends 2-2 after 120 minutes at Forthbank Stadium and penalties will decide the tie.
It's level again as Steven Doris nets for Albion. Penalties in the offing?
Martin, Dundee: "Bobby Madden is a disgrace of a referee. Dundee had 2 stonewall penalties. Then misses Easton diving and deliberately handling with Dundee clean through. Should also have been a red card for an awful late 2-footed challenge Probably one of the worst refereeing performances I've seen in 40+ years at Dens."
Stewart Kean's goal gives Hurlford the lead against Stirling Albion in extra-time.
St Mirren manager Tommy Craig
"As long as it continues in this vein, there's going to be anger, frustration and disappointment. We've just got to soldier on."
It's still all square in extra-time between Stirling Albion and Hurlford. Raith Rovers await the winner in round four of the Scottish Cup.
Arbroath 1-2 Queen's Park
East Fife 0-0 Albion Rovers
East Stirlingshire 0-2 Berwick Rangers
Montrose 0-3 Clyde
Airdrieonians 2-0 Stenhousemuir
Greenock Morton 2-0 Forfar Athletic
Peterhead 1-1 Dunfermline
Stranraer 3-1 Ayr United
Alloa Athletic 1-0 Livingston
Cowdenbeath 1-2 Hibernian
Hearts 1-0 Raith Rovers
Queen of the South 3-0 Dumbarton
Rangers 4-0 Falkirk
A stunning first half from Ross County rendered three goals at Rugby Park and Kilmarnock could not find a response. Bottom side County draw level with St Mirren.
A narrow win keeps Hearts four points clear at the top of the Championship.
Billy McKay's double proved crucial as Inverness came from behind to beat Hamilton and go top of the Premiership.
The Scottish Cup replay between Stirling and Hurlford is level at the end of regulation time so it's extra-time at Forthbank.
Partick Thistle move seven points clear of St Mirren and Ross County after a narrow win in Paisley.
Ross County claim a potentially vital three points in Ayrshire.
Adam Drury slaloms his way forward and slams a shot against the crossbar. Is that St Mirren's chance of getting something from this game gone?
It ends all square at Dens Park.
Inverness go top of the Scottish Premiership after beating Hamilton in a goal-laden match.
Rangers are comfortable winners over Falkirk at Ibrox Stadium.
Hibs claim all three points at Central Park. First-half goals from Paul Hanlon and Jason Cummings secure the three points for Alan Stubbs' men.
Inverness will be top of the Scottish Premiership, at least until tomorrow afternoon. At the bottom, basement side Ross County are on course to draw level on points with St Mirren.
Al in Bridge of Weir: "St mirren ! A completely rudderless club drifting aimlessly. No plan , no effective first eleven, no direction from the top. Inevitable relegation beckons. Will the club ever be sold ????"
Ross County goalkeeper Mark Brown tips a powerful drive from the moustachioed Josh Magennis over the bar and from the corner kick that follows Rory McKenzie drives wide. It's heading for an important three points for the Staggies in Ayrshire.
Hearts hold a narrow lead over Raith Rovers. It's been a tight match at Tynecastle.
James McPake heads narrowly wide of the Saints goal.
Brian Graham slammed home a penalty to draw St Johnstone level against Dundee.
Andrew Priestley: "Cracking fightback from Inverness this afternoon, they'll deserve to be top of the SPFL this evening. #bbcscotfootball"
Substitute Nicky Clark gets Rangers' fourth of the day.
This Jason Cummings goal is what separates the sides at Central Park. Hibernian are 2-1 up against Cowdenveath.
This Kenny Miller goal put Rangers three up against Falkirk.
Plenty of goals this afternoon at the Caledonian Stadium, including this one from Gary Warren. His Inverness side lead 4-2 going into the closing stages.
Kilmarnock's Mark Connolly hobbles away from the Ross County penalty area after he had been denied by a brave Mark Brown save. The County keeper winces once the ball rolls to safety - he took a sore one from the big centre-half.
James Vincent nets his first goal of the season to re-establish a two-goal lead for the Highlanders.