Well, that's it for today. We'll be back on Tuesday evening with live coverage of another batch of League Cup matches. Thanks very much for joining us this afternoon.
- League Cup kicks off domestic season
- 15 group matches on Saturday
- FT: East Kilbride 1-3 Hamilton
- Dunfermline's Nicky Clark scores four against Elgin
- Comfortable wins for Hibs, Motherwell, Inverness, Falkirk
- Ayr beat Kilmarnock in Friday night game
St Mirren manager Jack Ross: "We had to show good character to respond to losing the opening goal. We'll get fitter and we'll get better. There are good signs at starting the season in this manner. Gavin Reilly is an interesting player. He had his prolific spell at Queen of the South and I worked with him at Hearts. I think he had a frustrating year last year. He's had a terrific pre-season. I am pleased that he scored today."
Hibs head coach Neil Lennon: "It was excellent, considering where we are in the start of the season. It was a very good win. The attitude of the players has been good since they came back. While it was a competitive game, in my mind it was still a pre-season. Fraser Murray scored a good goal. I'm pleased with Simon Murray. There's a lot of room for improvement but you could say that about all the players because it's so early."
Jim McIntyre will be satisfied to see his Ross County players keep a clean sheet in their Group D win over Alloa in Dingwall.Copyright: SNS
Inverness CT manager John Robertson: "Like every other manager today we were nervous. We are trying hard to turn things around. We've got a core from last year and we've added some exciting, athletic players to that. I'm delighted with them today - young George Oakley is a raw talent. We showed that we are a threat, especially at set plays. The pleasing aspect was the way we knocked the ball around."
Moussa Dembele draws a blank against his countrymen as a youthful Celtic team are taken apart in the second half of their friendly against Lyon.
Veteran goalie Neil Alexander saves three of the Jags' penalties and the hosts secure a bonus point in Group H. Alexander moved from Aberdeen recently - he didn't play at all for the Dons last season.
Falkirk 4-1 Stirling Albion
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-0 Brechin City
Dunfermline Athletic 6-0 Elgin City
Peterhead 1-0 East Fife
Cowdenbeath 4-2 Buckie Thistle
Dundee United 2-0 Raith Rovers
Hibernian 4-0 Montrose
Ross County 2-0 Alloa Athletic
Clyde 2-1 Annan Athletic
Berwick Rangers 0-1 Greenock Morton
Queen's Park 1-5 Motherwell
East Kilbride 1-3 Hamilton Academical - Full-time
Stenhousemuir 1-3 Queen of the South
Livingston 1-1 Partick Thistle (3-1 on penalties)
Stranraer 1-4 St Mirren
The biggest win of the day looks to be the Pars' thumping of Elgin City. Nicky Clark scored four - surely 30 by Christmas!
Livingston's match against Partick Thistle is going to penalties to determine who gets the bonus point.
We spoke too soon as the intriguingly named Steven Swinglehurst pulls a goal back for Annan in stoppage time.
Stephen Dobbie grabs his second of the game as Queens look to have secured the points at Ochilview.
Just minutes after being denied a brilliant goal, Louis Moult goes and scores another. A curling free-kick gets over the wall and nestles into the top right hand corner.
Queens come from behind to take the lead as Shaun Rooney scores against Stenhousemuir.
It would have been goal of the season, and shows why Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is determined to add Louis Moult to his squad. The Motherwell striker flicks the ball up then turns flips his body in the air and hammers a brilliant volley into the net.
Unfortunately the goal is ruled out.
- Quote Message: Lyon have been very good in this second half with their slick passing and their movement. Celtic have got a lot of the development kids on now but they haven't been able to get out of their own half from Scott McDonald BBC Radio Scotland pundit
Stranraer goalie Cameron Belford makes himself as hard to beat as he possibly can but Gregor Buchanan's header made it 4-1 to St Mirren.Copyright: SNS
It's another long ball through the middle, and Ryan Bowman manages to lob the goalkeeper.