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Summary

  1. Hamilton 1-1 Dunfermline (Morris) (Bingham): Accies win on penalties
  2. Accies away to Rangers in quarter-finals
  3. FT: Clyde 1-2 Ayr (McDaid) (Gormley) (Wardrope)
  4. Ayr away to Hibernian or Hearts in next round

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    So, Ayr United book a Scottish Cup quarter final tie against Hibernian or Hearts, while Hamilton break Dunfermline hearts with a penalty shoot-out victory to seal a trip to Rangers in the next round.

    Thanks for your company tonight. We're back tomorrow for Aberdeen v Motherwell. Hope you can join us then. 

  2. 'In training, everybody whips them into the top corner'

    Dunfermline boss Allan Johnston

    "The boys showed a lot of quality over the last two games. Tonight we were really comfortable for long spells and it looked like Hamilton were struggling to break us down."

    On why his side missed all three penalties in the shoot-out? "Who knows? In training, everybody whips them into the top corner and nobody misses.

    "Sometimes it's just pressure and I'm sure it's something that the boys will learn from. But penalties are a lottery."   

    Dunfermline boss Allan Johnston
    Image caption: Dunfermline boss Allan Johnston says his players have been scoring penalties in training
  3. Hamilton boss Martin Canning

    Hamilton 3-0 Dunfermline after penalty shoot-out

    "We managed to find a way to get our goal and probably should have won the game in extra time. Over the piece, we deserved to win the game.

    "I said to the boys as well that that's testament to our squad as that's nine first-team players we're missing.

    "It speaks volumes for the depth of the squad that we can still put a team out on the park that can get the job done.  

    Hamilton Accies boss Martin Canning
    Image caption: Martin Canning celebrates Hamilton Accies booking a Scottish Cup quarter final tie against Rangers

    "They're an organised side, a good side. It's never going to be easy to score. But you could sense it was coming and we had enough momentum. 

    "Thankfully, we go the penalty and Rakish [Bingham] goes and sticks it away. The quality of the penalties was good. Remi has saved three out of three, so it's big for him." 

  4. Ayr march on...

    Clyde 1-2 Ayr United

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Broadwood

    Michael Wardrope's header in the dying minutes of extra-time put Ayr United in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals at the expense of a spirited Clyde.

    The young midfielder nodded in Craig McGuffie's cross to set up a last eight tie away to either Hearts or Hibernian.

    Declan McDaid's 20 yard strike early in the game put Ayr ahead but Clyde created plenty chances.

    And in-form David Gormley headed the Bully Wee level on 88 minutes before the extra time heartache.

    Ayr United celebrate
  5. GOAL Hamilton 3-0 Dunfermline (Devlin)

    Hamilton Accies come from behind in the replay and then win the penalty shoot-out 3-0 to book their place in the quarter final of the Scottish Cup - and a tie against Rangers. 

  6. Penalty shoot-out Hamilton 3-0 Dunfermline

    Hamilton 1-0 Dunfermline (Donati scores)

    Hamilton 1-0 Dunfermline (McCabe's efforts saved by Matthews)

    Hamilton 1-0 Dunfermline (Redmond fires penalty over the bar)

    Hamilton 1-0 Dunfermline (Paton penalty saved by Matthews)

    Hamilton 2-0 Dunfermline (Brophy scores)

    Hamilton 2-0 Dunfermline (Reilly's penalty saved by Matthews)

    Hamilton 3-0 Dunfermline (Devlin scores and books Accies' place in the quarter finals)

  7. FULL-TIME Clyde 1-2 Ayr United

    Ayr United see off a spirited Clyde in extra time to book a quarter final against either Hibernian or Hearts.

  8. FULL-TIME Hamilton 1-1 Dunfermline

    Penalties, here we come!

  9. GOAL Clyde 1-2 Ayr United (Wardrope)

    Michael Wardrope breaks Clyde hearts on Valentine's Day with a late, late, late goal as he nods home Craig McGuffie's cross. Could that prove the winner?

    The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrope? 

  10. The penalty whisperer...

    Clyde 1-1 Ayr United

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Broadwood

    If this goes to penalties Ayr would be confident....Greg Fleming has saved 11 of the last 16 spot kicks he has faced.

  11. Hamilton have edge but no breakthrough

    Hamilton 1-1 Dunfermline

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at SuperSeal Stadium

    Hamilton continue to be in control of the game, although also wary of the threat of Dunfermline on the counter attack. Both sets of players are tiring, and concentration will also be faltering. Minds will be turning towards penalties, but there will be opportunities left to win this tie.

  12. KICK-OFF

    We're back under way in the second period of extra time in Hamilton and Cumbernauld. Who'd have thunk it?