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  1. FT: Rangers 1-2 Raith Rovers
  2. Conroy & Nade on target in first Rovers win at Ibrox since 1959
  3. FT: Stranraer 0-3 Dundee Utd (Erskine, Dow 2)
  4. Seven sides through to Monday's quarter-final draw

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By Roddie McVake

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That's it from us today then folks.

It's been a huge day for Raith Rovers who recorded a famous win over Rangers to reach the last eight of the Scottish Cup, after Dundee United saw off Stranraer to also book a quarter final berth.

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"Bitterly disappointed. I didn't think there was a whole lot in the game. I thought if we could get the first goal we would go on and win it.

"Getting the goal back, we were on the front foot but we committed the cardinal sin of giving away another goal that has put us out the cup. We've conceded two goals far too easily.

"I'm sorry for the supporters, they want to see their team winning, just like we do, and I can only apologise.

"We're out the cup and we need to pick ourselves up and go again in the league.

"There's a lot of pressure at the club but the players have still got to turn up and play football, that's what they get paid for."

Raith Rovers celebrate

It was party time for the Raith Rovers at Ibrox after their 2-1 Scottish Cup win over Rangers.

Rangers are now out of all the cup competitions and are 19 points behind Hearts in the Championship title race, although the Ibrox men do have three games in hand.


"We did really well, we defended well and we knew we would get chances.

"We knew we would surprise people today. It's a really good feeling.

"I'm going to the gym every day to stay in shape and just try to play on as long as I can.

"If there was 10 players in my way [at the goal] I would have put all of them in the net."

We're hoping to hear from what will no doubt be a very disappointed Rangers caretaker manager Kenny McDowall...

Remember the draw for the last eight is at 14:00 GMT on Monday, with Scotland's world darts champion Gary Anderson doing the honours.


"I'm delighted for the players and everyone involved in the club. I think in the end we deserved it. We got pinned back after taking the lead but the players kept going and they're delighted.

"Coming to places like this is huge for any club. The players stepped up to the plate today. The whole club take credit for it.

"We'd be delighted with a home tie in the next round but we have to just enjoy today."

Raith Rovers become the fourth Championship club to go into the Scottish Cup quarter-final draw, joining Hibernian, Queen of the South, and Falkirk.

Celtic, Inverness Caley Thistle and Dundee United are already there, while Spartans and Arbroath need a replay.



The whistle goes and Raith Rovers have secured a huge win away to Rangers, sealing their spot in the last eight of the Scottish Cup.

Rovers aren't exactly under the cosh here as the hosts struggle to get into the final third.

We are into five minutes of injury time at Ibrox...


Kris Boyd is left kicking the post in anger after somehow missing a free header from four yards out. Andy Murdoch provided a perfect delivery but Boyd nodded well wide.

Time is running out for Kenny McDowall's Rangers side with only a minute left of the 90.

If Raith hold on this will be a monumental result for the Stark's Park outfit, who have not beaten Rangers at Ibrox since November 1959.


Martin Scott is on for Raith Rovers in place of goal hero Christian Nade.

Christian Nade

Christian Nade was all smiles after firing Raith Rovers into a 2-1 lead at Ibrox.


Raith Rovers have another chance through Grant Anderson but Steve Simonsen saves, before Christian Nade claims for a penalty after a challenge from Lee Wallace. Referee Bobby Madden is not interested though.

Lee McCulloch takes out Mark Stewart and is lucky to escape without a booking, which would have meant a red for the Rangers captain.

There's around 15 minutes left at Ibrox and as it stands it will be Raith Rovers who are in the last eight draw on Monday.


RANGERS 1-2 RAITH ROVERS [Christian Nade]

Jason Thomson get to the line and drills the ball across goal, keeper Steve Simonsen fails to deal with it and when it breaks there is Christian Nade to fire home.


Rangers' Ian Black leaves the field with youngster Andy Murdoch on in his place.

Kenny Miller picks out Nicky Law at the edge of the box, the Rangers midfielder drives the ball well over the bar though.

Haris Vuckic

Haris Vuckic produced a fine finish to haul Rangers level against Raith Rovers at Ibrox.

Ryan Conroy flights a free kick into the Rangers box and Dougie Hill rises highest but his header is easy for keeper Steve Simonsen.

Raith have Rangers hemmed in for a spell without getting a shot on goal and the hosts break upfield well, but Kris Boyd's effort is saved by David McGurn.

Ryan Conroy goal

Ryan Conroy's free kick was a thing of beauty but Raith Rovers were unable to hold the league for long.


Rangers striker Jon Daly goes off, Kris Boyd is on.



The on-loan Newcastle man gets Rangers back on level terms. Kyle Hutton plays Haris Vuckic in on the left of the box and the Slovenian stays calm and rifles the ball beyond David McGurn into the corner of the net.

At the other end Richard Foster gets a great cross into the box but Kenny Miller can't control in time to get a shot away.

The visitors continue to look dangerous when they get into the final third.


John on Twitter: "Dancing in the streets of Raith, maybe? #bbcscotfootball"

Ryan Conroy celebrates

Ryan Conroy has handed Raith Rovers a massive boost at Ibrox with a brilliant free kick to make it 1-0.


Nicky Law looks for an immediate response but after receiving Jon Daly's header, the midfielder's low drive is well saved by David McGurn.



Ryan Conroy punishes Rangers with a cracking free-kick, lifting the ball over the wall and into the corner.

Raith Rovers win a free kick at the edge of the area as Kyle Hutton trips Ross Callachan...


Rovers' on-loan Hearts man Dale Carrick picks up a hamstring injury and makes way for Mark Stewart.

Raith Rovers are getting in the faces of their opponents and Grant Anderson gets a sight of goal, but his left foot effort is blocked at the edge of the box.

The hosts go direct at the start of the second half but Jon Daly's chest down does not find Kenny Miller and the ball runs through to David McGurn.


Rangers get the second half going...