Teenager Aidan Fitzpatrick takes a touch from a Thomas O'Ware cross and steers in his first goal for the Jags.
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Stephen O'Donnell provides the ammunition from the right and Mikael Ndjoli, on loan from Bournemouth, is in the right place to tuck in Killie's second.
Anthony McDonald is felled by a tired challenge as Hearts start to slice open the depleted part-time visitors.
Steven Naismith converts from the spot.
Former Rangers and Hamilton midfielderQuote Message: Hearts still lack a bit of creativity in the midfield. They need someone who can pull the strings. But they certainly have a lot of physicality.
Peter Haring thumps in a header from Anthony McDonald's corner from the right. The 10-men are beginning to toil at Tynecastle.
The home side should be even further ahead as Michael Moffat drills a great cross Declan McDaid, who can't beat the keeper from inside the six yard box.
A hat-trick for Accies Mickel Miller, who tucks away a penalty after he'd been brought down.
Stephen Dobbie thinks he's reduced the deficit at Fir Park as he powers in a diving header. However, Trevor Carson makes a terrific save to keep it out.
Towering substitute Uche Ikpeazu hammers a powerful left-foot shot into the back of the net to double Hearts' lead.
BBC Sportsound at HampdenQuote Message: St Mirren are clueless at times. The pace is slow, the passing is slack. They've got nothing up front
Lee Erwin controls the ball on his chest before firing the Premiership visitors into the lead.
The visitors haven't been in this game but suddenly they are level as Grant Gillespie nods in from a corner.
Grant Anderson pulls one back for Stranraer on the half volley.
Two goals in a minute for the home side, as Darryl Duffy smashes in the third.
Ryan Conroy's free-kick doubles Airdrie's lead.
A quick throw-in catches Rovers napping as a cross is whipped into the penalty area and Miles Storey has time to take a touch before drilling the ball in from the back post area.
Former Hibernian striker on BBC Radio ScotlandQuote Message: The last time I saw Lawrence Shankland he was on loan from Aberdeen to St Mirren. He has improved his all round game massively in the last 18 months, he looks lean and fit. His finishing has been lethal - he looks so sharp in the box - a huge asset for Ayr United.Copyright: SNS
It looks like manager Ian McCall agrees as he withdraws the hat-trick hero, to keep him fresh for the weekend trip to Firhill.
Inverness CT keep the pressure on Hearts as Nathan Austin zips in a shot from outside the box.Copyright: SNS
Ben Garuccio picks out Steven MacLean, who throws himself at the pacy cross and uses his chest to knock the ball into the bottom right corner. Unusual, but they all count...Copyright: SNS
Almost five for the Honest Men as Daniel Harvie rises at the back post and thumps a header against the frame of the goal.