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Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Forrest on fire

    It's been a long day and it seems like hours ago when Celtic got the Scottish Cup ball rolling with a 3-2 win over Partick Thistle.

    James Forrest is the man of the day, the Scotland winger scoring a hat-trick against the cup holders' Glasgow rivals.

    It keeps alive manager Brendan Rodgers' dream of a second successive domestic treble.

    Who will join them in the quarter-final draw?

    We'll have more live coverage tomorrow from Ayr and Aberdeen.

    Celtic's James Forrest
    Image caption: Celtic's James Forrest celebrates his hat-trick against Partick Thistle
  2. Montrose edge further ahead

    League Two

    In League Two, Montrose stretch their lead at the top to six points over Peterhead after their 1-0 win over Stenhousemuir.

    The Blue Toon slipped up with a draw away to Edinburgh City but have two games in hand.

    Stirling Albion jump a point above Stenny after a 2-1 win away to Cowdenbeath, who slip nine points behind Edinburgh at the bottom.

  3. Rovers stretch lead, Spiders off bottom

    League One

    In League One, Raith Rovers came from behind against Airdrieonians to secure a 2-1 win that stretches their lead at the top of the table to eight points over Ayr United.

    Alloa Athletic's 1-0 win over Forfar Athletic takes the Wasps a point above Arbroath and into third.

    Queen's Park produced a fine 2-0 win away to East Fife and move off the bottom and above Forfar on goal difference.

  4. Mixed fortunes at Almondvale

    FT: Livingston 0-0 Dunfermline Athletic

    A point apiece at Almondale is enough to lift hosts Livingston into second place in the Championship above Dundee United on goal difference, although the Tannadice outfit have a game in hand.

    Dunfermline also move up a place, into fourth ahead of Morton, but the Pars have now played two more games and also only edge it on goal difference.

  5. Cove 'more than matched' Falkirk

    FT: Cove Rangers 1-3 Falkirk

    Cove Rangers manager John Sheran on BBC Radio Scotland: "I think we definitely showed we can match up against these teams.

    "Whether we could do it week in week out is another story, but I thought we did ourselves proud today.

    "Our players were excellent, we more than matched the Championship team."

    Cove Rangers manager John Sheran
  6. Wright laments Saints mistakes

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 3-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright on BBC Radio Scotland: "Same old story. We started the game quite well and got into good positions.

    "Then we give away a horrendous goal.

    "There was not much between the two sides, but too many mistakes were the difference.

    "Hearts have played well, but Alan Mannus has not had much to do.

    "We prepare them, but they have got to stop making mistakes and better decisions all over the park.

    "The one thing you can say is that we can concentrate on the league now."

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright
  7. Hartley praises hosts Cove

    FT: Cove Rangers 1-3 Falkirk

    Falkirk manager Paul Hartley told BBC Scotland: "We got off to a perfect start then Cove came back into the game.

    "But I have got to give Cove credit.They are a good team, are at the top of their league for a reason and handled the conditions better.

    "I knew it was going to be a tough game and we had a great start to the second as well.

    "I don't think we played as well as we could, but we took our chances."

  8. Levein hails Lafferty and Mitchell

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 3-0 St Johnstone

    Hearts manager Craig Levein praised goalscorers Kyle Lafferty and Demetri Mitchell after the win over St Johnstone.

    "I didn't think it was until the second goal that we started to dominate the match," he told BBC Scotland.

    "Kyle got two today and had a really good performance.

    Demetri Mitchell is congratulated by Hearts manager Craig Levein
    Image caption: Demetri Mitchell was praised by Hearts manager Craig Levein

    "We looked more potent today and I thought the goals were excellent.

    "I thought Demi's goal was wonderful and he's shown real quality since he came here.

    "I would love to get another home tie because I feel this is becoming the Tynecastle of old that teams don't like to visit."


    Scottish Cup fifth round

    Celtic 3-2 Partick Thistle

    Cove Rangers 1-3 Falkirk

    Dundee 0-2 Motherwell

    Heart of Midlothian 3-0 St Johnstone

    Kilmarnock 4-0 Brora Rangers

    Greenock Morton 3-0 Dumbarton

    Scottish Championship

    Livingston 0-0 Dunfermline Athletic

    Scottish League One

    Alloa Athletic 1-0 Forfar Athletic

    East Fife 0-2 Queen's Park

    Raith Rovers 2-1 Airdrieonians

    Stranraer P-P Arbroath

    Scottish League Two

    Berwick Rangers 0-1 Clyde

    Cowdenbeath 1-2 Stirling Albion

    Edinburgh City 0-0 Peterhead

    Elgin City 2-1 Annan Athletic

    Montrose 1-0 Stenhousemuir

  10. FULL-TIME Livingston 0-0 Dunfermline Athletic

    Dunfermline are unable to take advantage of Livingston being reduced to 10 men as two sides hopeful of promotion from the Championship produce a disappointing game.

  11. FULL-TIME Dundee 0-2 Motherwell

    A goal either side of half-time takes Motherwell through to the last eight of the Scottish Cup.

    They've already been to the final of this season's League Cup, can they secure a return to Hampden?

    Disappointing day for Dundee with the goals by Craig Tanner and Curtis Main eminently avoidable.

    Motherwell's Craig Tanner celebrates
  12. FULL-TIME Cove Rangers 1-3 Falkirk

    Falkirk celebrate Craig Sibbald's goal
  13. FULL-TIME Heart of Midlothian 3-0 St Johnstone

    Kyle Lafferty and Demetri Mitchell celebrate
    Image caption: Kyle Lafferty and Demetri Mitchell both scored for Hearts
  14. FULL-TIME Greenock Morton 3-0 Dumbarton

    Bob McHugh celebrates scoring for Morton
    Image caption: Bob McHugh scored for Morton
  15. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 4-0 Brora Rangers

    Kilmarnock join Celtic, who defeated Partick Thistle earlier, in the quarter-final draw with a convincing win over Highland League outfit Brora.

    Aaron Tshibola celebrates scoring for Kilmarnock
    Image caption: Aaron Tshibola scored for Kilmarnock
  16. Post update

    Cove Rangers 1-3 Falkirk

    Gilt-edged chance for Cove - Mitch Megginson at the back post gets to the cross but cannot make it 39 goals for the season, putting his header wide.

  17. Falkirk easing through

    Cove Rangers 1-3 Falkirk

    Scott Davie

    BBC Scotland

    Cove Rangers are throwing everything at Falkirk but are not really creating any clear cut chances.

    Falkirk were second best for long spells of the first half, but they have been very professional in how they have gone about their business in the second half.

    Falkirk's Craig Sibbald Celebrates giving his side a 2-1 lead with team mates
    Image caption: Falkirk's Craig Sibbald celebrates giving his side a 2-1 lead with team mates
  18. Brora Rangers' loyal

    Kilmarnock 4-0 Brora Rangers

    Chick Young

    BBC Scotland at Rugby Park

    Quote Message: 413 souls have made their way to Kilmarnock to Brora and that is a magnificent turnout for the Highland League club.
    Brora Rangers fans at Rugby Park
  19. GOAL Kilmarnock 4-0 Brora Rangers

    Stephen O'Donnell

    Another goal for the home side, and a fourth goalscorer in the game. This time it's Stephen O'Donnell, who strikes a low shot from the corner of the penalty area across the goal and into the corner of the net.