Alloa Athletic 1, Airdrie United 0
Being loyal can prove an expensive business. The only surprise attached to Peterhead's dismissal of their manager Neale Cooper earlier this week is that the parting of ways hadn't arrived sooner.
Airdrie United 3, Forfar Athletic 1
In today's Rumour Mill: McCoist desperate to hold on to Foster and Papac; Lennon could make offer to Newcastle for giant keeper; Scotland set for £50m cash windfall from TV deal; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.
Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison admits the club should have dispensed with the services of manager Neale Cooper earlier this season.
Wyness (42, 61 pen)
Anderson (35, 39)
In today's Rumour Mill: Aberdeen linked with Jennings; Scotland hit by injury worries for Brazil clash; Moyes has open invitation to Weir; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.
AFTER eight games without a win, and still to record an away win this season, Peterhead are expected to announce today that they have parted company with manager Neale Cooper.
It was another good night for Second Division leaders Livingston as they defeated Forfar Athletic 3-0 and then left the field to learn that promotion challengers Brechin City and Ayr United had dropped points to extend the West Lothian side's lead at the top of the table.
Morton v Falkirk
Saturday was a good day for leaders Livingston as they bounced back from a midweek loss at Brechin to defeat visitors Alloa 4-0 and move 11 points clear.
With leaders Livingston idle because of a frozen surface in West Lothian, Ayr United had the chance to complete a great week for the club by moving to the top of the table by seeing off Peterhead, however Brian Reid's side were brought back down to earth when the Blue Toon hit back twice in the second half to force a 2-2 draw.
ST MIRREN eased their way to a convincing victory over Second Division Peterhead to book their place in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup against Ayr United.
A TEAM outside the Old Firm has been guaranteed a place in the final of the Scottish Cup following today's fifth round draw.
Martin Bavidge painted a gloomy picture for St Mirren ahead of their four-hour trip to Balmoor for their Scottish Cup fourth-round replay against Peterhead tomorrow week.
Aberdeen, Hamilton and Inverness all overcame lower league opponents, but Hibernian, Dundee United and St Mirren face replays after goalless draws...