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Neil Lennon happy for Hibs to play cup tie at Tynecastle

Neil Lennon has backed moves by Bonnyrigg Rose to have their home Scottish Cup tie with his Hibernian side moved to Tynecastle next month.

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Bonnyrigg Rose celebrate Adam Nelson's winner against Dumbarton in the Scottish Cup. Picture: Robert Perry

Bonnyrigg boss keen to lock horns with Hibs at Tynecastle

The closest Robbie Horn ever came to facing Hibs as a player was lining up alongside John Robertson, Gary Mackay and rugby idol Gavin Hastings for Craig Levein’s testimonial.

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Rangers and Motherwell will battle it out for a place in the next round. Picture: SNS

Three Scottish Cup games picked for live TV coverage

Three William Hill Scottish Cup fourth round games have been moved for live TV coverage.

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Kyle McAllister, left, scores St Mirrens third goal against Spartans last night. Picture: SNS.

St Mirren 5 – 1 Spartans: Buddies put on a striking show

St Mirren totally outplayed Lowland League Spartans with a display of clinical finishing to cruise through to a Scottish Cup fourth-round clash with Dundee at Dens Park.

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There was no doubting who Ray Montgomerie was rooting for when he helped to make the Scottish Cup fourth-round draw yesterday. Picture: SNS

Current side reminds Kilmarnock great of ‘97 cup heroes

Ray Montgomerie, the last Kilmarnock captain to lift the Scottish Cup when they beat Falkirk 1-0 in 1997, was present at Rugby Park last night to witness the draw for the fourth round which gave his club (he currently works in their commercial department) a home tie against Hamilton Academical.

The draw for the fourth round of the Scottish Cup was held at Rugby Park last night to mark the 20th anniversary this season of Kilmarnocks triumph in the final at Hampden and current player Luke Hendrie, left, was joined by club legend Gary Holt, second from left, cup-winning captain Ray Montgomerie, second from right, and manager Lee Clark, right. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Holders given away clash in Scottish Cup fourth-round draw

Holders Hibs will begin their defence of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a fourth round away clash against either Dumbarton or Bonnyrigg Rose.

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Kallum Higginbotham was on target for the Pars

Scottish Cup round-up: Dunfermline avoid a Buckie shock

Dunfermline Athletic avoided a Scottish Cup shock yesterday, squeezing through to the fourth round with a 5-3 win at Highland League leaders Buckie Thistle.

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Bonnyrigg Rose's Lewis Turner vies with   Dumbarton's  Andy Stirling.  Picture: Ian Georgeson

Bonnyrigg Rose 0 - 0 Dumbarton: Rose a thorn in Sons’ sides

One of Bonnyrigg Rose’s more peculiar claims to fame is the fact they can count Sean Connery among their former players, with the rather modest description of “an actor of some repute” accompanying his profile on their official website.

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His cup runneth over: Liam Henderson at full-time  after the 3-2 win over Rangers. Picture: Greg Macvean

Celtic’s Liam Henderson: ‘I’d love to play for Hibs again’

Liam Henderson thinks it’s now up to five or six. The number of Hibs fans who’ve had the words of Sky Sports commentator Ian Crocker turned into a tattoo. And that’s just the ones who’ve tweeted him photos. After the Scottish Cup final Henderson went on holiday to Ibiza with Jason Cummings where the pair hooked up with John McGinn.

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Delirious Hibs fans celebrate after David Gray scores the winning goal in the Scottish Cup final. Picture: Robert Perry

Why 2016 has been the year of the sporting underdog

2016 will forever be remembered as the year the world lost its mind.

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Hibs supporters invade the pitch at full-time. Picture: Greg Macvean

SFA: Unfair to call Scottish Cup final verdict a ‘whitewash’

SFA chief Stewart Regan insists it’s unfair to label the Scottish Cup final investigation a “whitewash” after both Hibs and Rangers escaped punishment for the disorder witnessed on the Hampden Park surface.

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The Scottish Cup Final was marred by alleged violence. Picture; Robert Perry

Four more arrests following Scottish Cup Final violence

A further four men have been arrested in connection with the alleged violence and disorder at the Scottish Cup Final at Hampden Park, Glasgow on Saturday May 21.

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Lithunia head coach Edgaras Jankauskas helped Hearts win the 2006 Scottish Cup. Picture: SNS

Lithuania coach has no time to wallow in Hearts glory days

Edgaras Jankauskas returns to the scene of his 2006 Scottish Cup triumph with Hearts this weekend but the Lithuania head coach insists there is “no time for nostalgia” as he attempts to stun Scotland.

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The aftermath of the Scottish Cup final was marred by a pitch invasion. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Rangers “shocked” after Hibs escape cup final punishment

Rangers have hit out at the Scottish Football Association after both themselves and Hibernian escaped punishment over the William Hill Scottish Cup final pitch invasion.

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Forty-one-year-old Robbie Winters scored twice.

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Scottish Junior Cup holders Beith wasted little time in securing their place in the draw for the second round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

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The Hibs fan was fined and received a banning order. Picture: Robert Perry

Hibs fan handed ban and fine for Scottish Cup pitch invasion

A HIBS fan has been given a football banning order for his part in the pitch invasion after the Scottish Cup final game between Rangers and Hibs earlier this year.

David Gray made the draw for the first round of the Scottish Cup. Picture: SNS

David Gray eager to repeat Hibs’ Scottish Cup heroics

The road to Hampden began yesterday for some of the clubs propping up Scottish football’s pyramid, teams who will accept that their best chance of starring at the national stadium is likely to be a future tie against Queen’s Park.

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Goal posts were damaged in the aftermath of the Scottish Cup final. Picture: Robert Perry

Rangers ‘shocked’ by SFA’s cup final charge

Rangers have launched a scathing attack on the SFA and say they are “shocked” at the charges issued by the governing body’s compliance officer over the role played by their fans after the Scottish Cup final in May.

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Police on the pitch after the authorities had to remove fans following the full-time whistle. Picture: Neil Hanna

Hibs and Rangers cited by SFA over Scottish Cup final chaos

The SFA have issued notices of complaint to both Hibs and Rangers over the crowd disturbance at the conclusion of last season’s Scottish Cup final.

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Police believe that a crushing situation would have been inevitable had they intervened at the cup final between Hibs and Rangers. Picture: Getty

Stopping Cup final pitch invasion ‘could have caused deaths’

Police Scotland believe there could have been deaths at the Scottish Cup final had officers intervened to stop a pitch invasion at full time.

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