That's all folks. Enjoy your Saturday evening and make sure you join us again tomorrow.
- FT: Inverness 1-1 Kilmarnock (Doumbouya; Coulibaly, pen)
- FT: Partick Th 1-1 Ross County (Welsh, pen; Burke)
- FT: Aberdeen 2-0 Morton
- Rooney heads Dons in front on 69 mins
- McLean adds a close-range second
- Hibernian extend Championship lead
The second League Cup semi-final is also being served up tomorrow.
Hampden will be a bit busier than it was for Aberdeen's win over Morton today, with Rangers and Celtic scrapping it out at the national stadium.
That one kicks off at 14:15.
Both of Sunday's games will get the full treatment from BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound and the BBC Sport website.
So what does tomorrow have in store?
Dundee have the chance to move off the bottom of the Premiership if they can win at St Johnstone in a noon kick off. However, the Perth side are a tough nut to crack at home and will be determined to make amends after a surprise loss to Kilmarnock last weekend. A win for Tommy Wright's men will move Saints up to fourth.
BBC Sportsound pundit Derek Ferguson:
"Manager Alan Archibald will be scratching his head, wondering how his side have not won that game. Thistle dominated the ball but they could have created more.
"Ross County were flat for so long. It was a bit of magic from Chris Burke for the equaliser. He skipped past one challenge and hit a superb strike."
Annan Athletic 0-0 East Stirlingshire
Arbroath 3-1 Stirling University
Banks O'Dee 2-2 Formartine United
Berwick Rangers 2-3 Hawick Royal Albert
Bonnyrigg Rose 2-1 Cove Rangers
Brora Rangers 0-2 Clyde
BSC Glasgow 0-1 Beith Juniors
Buckie Thistle 1-1 Gretna 2008
Cowdenbeath 0-1 East Kilbride
Cumbernauld Colts 2-2 Forres Mechanics
Edinburgh City 0-0 Forfar
Gala Fairydean 0-4 Elgin City
Huntly 0-2 Spartans
Linlithgow Rose 0-3 Stirling Albion
Preston Athletic 0-3 Montrose
Wick Academy 4-1 Whitehill Welfare
And what about the Championship?
Hibs move three points clear at the top after coming from behind to win at East End Park, while Dundee United go second.
Falkirk drop to fifth but are just one point behind the Tannadice side.
So what do those results mean for the Scottish Premiership table? Not much, really.
Inverness Caley Thistle edge into the top half and Partick Thistle can only move a point away from bottom side Dundee, who visit St Johnstone tomorrow.
Motherwell, given the weekend off, drop three places to ninth.
Ayr 1-0 Queen of the South
Dundee Utd 2-1 Dumbarton
Dunfermline 1-3 Hibernian
Falkirk 2-4 Raith Rovers
SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
Airdrieonians 4-1 Queen's Park
Albion Rovers 0-1 Peterhead
Livingston 1-3 Alloa
Stenhousemuir 1-3 Brechin
Stranraer 1-1 East Fife
Michael Moffat is sent for an early bath for some off the ball nonsense. The Pars down to 10 men in stoppage time.
The wait goes on for Partick Thistle and Ross County to end their barren runs.
Doubly frustrating for Thistle, who also led last week before being pegged back late on. The Staggies will be glad to end a run of four games without a goal thanks to Chris Burke's excellent late strike.
It wasn't looking too clever for the Championship leaders at half time but substitute Brian Graham lashes a shot high into the net to kill the game and the Easter Road men are on course to extend their lead at the top.
County almost go ahead as Ryan Dow shoots on target but Ryan Scully sticks out a foot to make a fine block.
He's made a difference since he came on and now Chris Burke gets County's equaliser. The diminutive winger skilfully escapes a couple of defenders and then rattles a shot into the bottom left corner.
The visitors will be kicking themselves after looking so comfortable for so long but a 1-0 lead is always precarious. One defensive lapse allowed the under par home side to steal a point.
As the match enters nine minutes of stoppage time, Chris Burke goes down in the Thistle box after a challenge by Ade Azeez in sea of legs but no penalty is awarded.
Kilmarnock hit the woodwork again. Rory McKenzie takes aim from outside the box but cracks the outside of the post.
With time almost up, Queens goalie Lee Robinson joins the attack from a free kick. The ball breaks his way and he goes for an overhead kick, which isn't far away!
Chris Burke, on for Marcus Fraser, threatens for Ross County with a shot over the top. Thistle still looking the more comfortable side, though.
It is a messy goal but Inverness will take it. A cross from Carl Tremarco sees four Inverness players fighting over it, and eventually Lonsana Doumbouya gets the vital touch at the far post.
Hibs left-back Lewis Stevenson joins the attack and draws a fine stop from Sean Murdoch, with the visitors well on top after coming from behind.
Kris Boyd is just off the visitors' bench and almost announces his arrival with an instant goal. The experienced striker cuts inside but his shot is deflected onto the post.
It's a gilt edged chance for Inverness' Lonsana Doumbouya. Inches from goal he leaps highest to get his head on the ball, but barely gets a nick on it.
Sean Welsh, Thistle's penalty scorer, tries to double his and his team's tally with a shot that is not too far away.
Kilmarnock goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald gets down low to save Aaron Doran's long-range drive as Caley Thistle up the pace.
Mark Stewart helps himself to a second goal against his former team, heading in from a few yards.
The Sons are back in it, with Robert Thomson reducing the deficit from close range.
"A whiff of offside," reckons BBC Scotland's Paul Mitchell.
Liam Lindsay is taken off on a stretcher following that head knock. Ziggy Gordon replaces the Thistle defender.
We've heard this before... Lee Miller on as a sub and nodding one in. Game on again.
Veteran striker Grant Holt knocks in his second goal for Hibs from the penalty spot. As you can see from the time, this one is quite a bit behind the other games.
A lovely move from the Fife side culminates with Declan McManus applying the finishing touch from a Mark Stewart cross.
The visitors have a penalty for a foul on Andrew Shinnie.
BBC Sport Scotland at the Caledonian Stadium
Kilmarnock really impressing with a well organised and effective performance. They're keeping Inverness at bay superbly and still offer a threat going forward. Lee Clark will be desperate not to throw this away now. They're on course for six points from two very difficult away fixtures.
A sore one for goalkeeper Ryan Scully and defender Liam Lindsay in the Partick Thistle box as the Jags players come into collision in the hosts' penalty area.
Scully is back to his feet but Lindsay is still down receiving treatment.
A bit of breathing room for the home side now as towering defender William Edjenguele is in the right place to shoot home following a corner kick.
Shortly after scoring the equaliser, James Keatings is down injured with what appears to be a knee problem. Martin Boyle is the man coming on for Hibs, with top scorer Jason Cummings keeping his seat on the bench.
Inverness' Liam Polworth hits the ball on the volley through a see of bodies and it looks like it's destined for the net, but a defender, facing the wrong way, is in the right place at the right time to deflect it clear.
Hibs draw level as James Keatings has a lash from the edge of the box and his shot takes a big deflection off defender Nat Wedderburn to deceive goalkeeper Sean Murdoch.
Craig Curran's effort hits the post as Ross County press at Firhill then Ryan Dow tests Jags keeper Ryan Scully with a header.
Kilmarnock's Souleymane Coulibaly has one goal, but he really could have had a hat-trick. A cross into the box finds the big striker on the penalty spot, but he bullets his head over the bar.
It's all Hibs at the moment and the visitors go so close, with Paul Hanlon hitting the post with a header as fellow defender Darren McGregor nods back across goal.